Lo­cals show their re­spect on An­zac Day

Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - Front Page -

An­zac day events across our com­mu­nity were well at­tended by lo­cals. The dawn ser­vice at Glenorie Memo­rial ( next to Glenorie Memo­rial Hall), started at 6am with over 250 in at­ten­dance. Hot tea, cof­fee and An­zac bis­cuits were served af­ter the event at Glenorie Memo­rial Hall. Berowra Wa­ters held their dawn ser­vice at the Berowra Wa­ters Mo­tor Yacht Club. The Last Post was played by lo­cal, Blake Pren­tice from Gal­ston Public School. The ser­vice was fol­lowed by breakfast sup­plied by the Berowra Wa­ters Progress As­so­ci­a­tion. "Up­per" Cairns Road had its own cer­e­mony at 10am, where lo­cal, Matt Fer­gus­son, played The Last Post.

Pic­tured above and bot­tom left are the An­zac Day March and Ser­vice at Glenorie RSL. Over 1500 lo­cals were in at­ten­dance. Com­pli­men­tary food was sup­plied by Glenorie RSL af­ter the ser­vice and lo­cals en­joyed a live band and 2up in the down­stairs func­tion room un­til late (2up pic­tured left).

Blake Pren­tice who played The Last Post with ser­vice or­gan­is­ers, Mick Calleja and Gra­ham Row­ell at Berowra Wa­ters Dawn Ser­vice

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