The Killarney St Vincent De Paul shop front window dressed up to commemorate Anzac Day.
The Killarney St Vincent De Paul shop front window dressed up to commemorate Anzac Day. John Towells

Killarney's action-packed weekend

THE Killarney RSL Sub Branch will be holding Anzac Day Services at Killarney and Tannymorel next Monday, April 25.

RSL Sub Branch president Jim Domjahn said the day would start with the dawn service at the Killarney Cenotaph at 5.30am followed by a breakfast at the Killarney Recreation Centre courtesy of the Killarney Recreation Club.

After the breakfast, returned servicemen and family members of the fallen will visit the Killarney cemetery to lay poppies on the graves of the fallen before a small service.

Killarney RSL Sub Branch member Tom Phillips will lead the service at the Tannymorel Cenotaph at 8am.

Mr Domjahn said the Killarney Anzac Day Service would be held at 9.30am following a march from the Pat Bush Bi-Centennial Park to the Cenotaph with Reviewing Officer Dave Cory taking the salute at the Old National Bank Building.

He said anyone wishing to participate in the march was to meet at the Pat Bush Park at 9am with the march to start at 9.15am.

The Killarney State School representatives will read the first and second resolutions with the school choir singing hymns and the National Anthem while the 25/49 RQR from Warwick would form the Catapult Party.

A morning tea will be held at the Killarney RSL Sub Branch Hall at the completion of the service.



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