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ANZAC Ceremony with LMPS

It was a great pleasure to enjoy our ANZAC Day service with Lake Monger Primary School (LMPS) this morning (Primary & Secondary). The children lead all of the proceedings and the memorial included hand-made wreaths, our ukulele players and the LMPS Choir.

Special thanks go to our wreathe makers, ukulele players and our organisers from the Bibelots’ class.

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Bold Park Community School will also participate in the ANZAC Day Memorial (Saturday 8am) with the Town of Cambridge; we would be delighted to see families in attendance. For full details please go to:http://www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/Leisure/Events/Anzac_Day_Parade_and_Remembrance_Ceremony

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