A 6-year-old and a 91-year-old shared a slice of history when they cut a cake together for Binya Public School's 100th anniversary.
They came from opposite ends of the school's history, Laurie Myers being the school's oldest alumni and Catherine Bianchini being the school's youngest student.
It was a huge celebration for such a tiny school; even though they only have nine students a whopping 350 people showed up for the school's centennary.
Alumni came to reminisce about the good old days with their old teachers, many of whom were old enough to remember commuting to school in a horse and gig.
Celebrations lasted throughout the day with the help of an army of volunteers and several enormous platters of scones baked by parents from the P&C.
School principal Jaimee Damini said it was a busy day only made possible by the continued dedication of volunteers.
"A big mention needs to go out to everyone who helped; we have an very strong community out here," she said.
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