More people paying their respects
BRIGHT’S Anzac Day ceremonies have again drawn larger crowds than in previous years.
Wednesday’s march ahead of the main service was a highlight after having to be cancelled because of rain in previous years.
The main service was supported by the catafalque party from the Albury/ Wodonga Military area, the Wodonga Brass, the Bright Singers and Sing Australia, Bright.
The Secretary of the Bright RSL, gave a moving address which was followed by guest speaker Captain Roger Turner RN (Ret’d). ALL FINISHED: Catafalque party members leave the clock tower at the end of Wednesday’s service. PHOTO: Jean-Pierre Ronco
MATES: Bright’s three remaining World War II veterans Bill Jameson, Jack Tucker and Derrick Rolland.
HONOUR: The Bright Scouts were one of a number of groups to place a wreath on the clock tower.
LEAD IN: Ed Rozitis marches a group of soldiers into Mafeking Square during Bright’s main Anzac Day service.
TAKING THEIR TURN: Harrietville Primary School students Olivia Hinchliffe and Tuhina Morton make their way up to lay a wreath. PHOTO: Jean-Pierre Ronco
ANNUAL TRIBUTE: Graham Gordon and daughter Sally Gordon took part in Wednesday’s Anzac Day march.