Remembrance Day Has a Special Significance in 2018

One hundred years ago on 11 November 1918, four bloody years of brutal conflict came to an end. Almost 62,000 Australians died fighting for our freedom and in service of our nation. Sunday, 11 November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18).

To commemorate the centenary of the Armistice that ended the First World War, the Drysdale RSL Sub Branch will hold a Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Drysdale Cenotaph. The Ceremony will include a formal wreath laying and poppy laying service, and will begin with a march from the Drysdale CFA forecourt with step off at 10.15am

Remembrance Day – 2.00 pm at SpringDale

Join Carole O’Neill in discussing a life of Major K Proctor MBE who spent the 1960s and 70s combing the Pacific and many Asian remote areas in order to create the Commonwealth War Graves Cemeteries that we can visit today. This is a very special remembrance of those who are behind the scenes yet are vital to our continuing memory.

‘Lest We Forget’


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