ANZAC Day

Lest we forget:

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8 Responses to ANZAC Day

  1. Karen says:

    thankful to all the heroes of war no matter where they served – so many served

  2. Ann says:

    Our thanks to the sacrifice made by all service men and women in all wars.

  3. treadlemusic says:

    These special days are so important…..to pause and remember! It’s so easy to busy ourselves with the “dailies” in our lives and forget the sacrifices made so that we might have what we have today…….hugs, D

  4. Just attended the dawn service at the Shrine in melbourne. Hundreds of people attended. It seems to get bigger every year. As they played ‘Highland Catherdral ‘ it brought tears to my eyes. Another very moving service

  5. Helen F says:

    Watching the march on ABC – still some old diggers marching – so very proud of them – crying (as I always do watching the march) the children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren marching and looking on and appreciating the “great” effort these men and women did in protecting “Us” Lest we forget!!!!!

  6. Auntie M says:

    My husband and I spent a wonderful day in Sydney with friends, ANZAC Day 1988. The march was so moving, I couldn’t keep the tears back. My friends’ children were marching with the Hawkesbury District Community Band–they did the march twice, so there would be music for all the veterans. My dad and uncles served in the US Army during WWII and we used to have marches and ceremonies marking Memorial Day when I was growing up.

  7. Kate says:

    There was a large crowd at the Sydney march this morning and the cheering, clapping and flag waving was greatly appreciated by those marching. Sadly, many banners were unaccompanied. It was lovely to see a cheeky smile or a wink from the old diggers and the girls did us proud looking beautifully turned out for the day. Lest We Forget.

  8. Sharyn says:

    A lovele tribute Meredithe. A moving day indeed. My Dad served in New Guinea, and this time last year our youngest son was walking the Kokoda Trail to honor his grand father. A day to help us realise the value of life, and how very lucky we are. Thanks to all those brave boys!!

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