Remembering the Anzacs
On April 24, Seymour College ran two Anzac Day services for students in Years 5-12, followed by a shorter service for Prep to Year 4 students.
Lieutenant Kathryn Smith from the School of Transport addressed the students and spoke about the meaning of Anzac Day as our day of national remembrance for those who have served and died in war and on operational service.
She was supported by a Catafalque party and again we thank the School of Transport for their support of our service.
We also thank those students who assisted in this service along with those students that participated in and attended the Anzac Day services around the district on Tuesday.
A particular mention to College captains Cooper Clydesdale and Mackenzie Garner who spoke about the 100-year anniversary of those servicemen who fought and died with the Light horse in the Battle of Beersheba.