ANZAC Ceremony

This year we were hosted by Lake Monger Primary School for a combined ANZAC Memorial Service. Special thanks to Kylie for coordindating with LMPS and the Principal and staff of Lake Monger Primary School.

The children lead all of the proceedings and the memorial included music, song, hand-made wreaths from BPCS Early Childhood, the LMPS Choir, poetry readings and speeches.

It was a delight to meet with Diane Tomlinson (Principal, LMPS), Local Member, Sean L’Strange, RSL representatives and our dear friend Neville Collard who lead us through the Acknowledgement and Welcome to Country.

We also enjoyed the talents of a live trumpeter; Andrew (Music Teacher from Chrysalis School… Thanks again to Kylie!) who lead us through the last post, one minute silence and rouse.

Whilst we are commemorating ANZAC Day early; we respectfully honour and remember those who serve, have served our great country and those who have laid down their lives for our freedoms.

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