WHAT a great day, rain and all, but nothing stops the ANZAC Day services and parade to draw a good crowd, both young and the elderly.
The Memorial Hall hosted the Dawn Service, Cemetery Service and the Gunfire Breakfast.
We are lucky to have the use of the hall.
A sense of belonging and camaraderie was felt throughout the morning and the street march went ahead with intermittent rain.
To transport one of the older members, the RSL was lucky enough to obtain the services of Phil Marano’s Willys jeep—for this donation they were very grateful (picture).
Many attended and marched, both young and old.
The Home Hill High School had the honour as flag bearers as they do every year.
The service at the Cenotaph was well attended, even though with the showers, but no- one left, which is an indication of how important this day is in Australia.
Each year, we pay homage to all who served to keep this very country safe, while being mindful of the Ukrainians, who on this very day are fighting for their very own existence.