ANZAC Service – Lest We Forget

Thank you for joining with us today at our ANZAC Service attended by our good friends at Lake Monger Primary School, Mr Geoffrey McClemments from the Claremont Sub-branch of the Returned Services League of WA, Captain Anthony McKay from the Australian Army Reserve and Mr Greg Hekkens, representing the Honourable Julie Bishop, MP.

It is a special time to honour and remember the sacrifices of those who have fought and defended our ideals and national values – Lest we Forget.

The Town of Cambridge will also have an ANZAC Ceremony on the 25th April from 7:50am at the West Leederville Cenotaph for those who may wish to attend.

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