Re­mem­ber­ing the An­zacs

Seymour Telegraph - - KIDS SPEAK -

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.

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