Killarney RSL Sub Branch President Jim Domjahn and member Noel Fletcher at the 2012 Killarney Anzac Service.
Killarney RSL Sub Branch President Jim Domjahn and member Noel Fletcher at the 2012 Killarney Anzac Service.

Four Anzac Day services to remember fallen

THE Killarney RSL Sub Branch will be busy next week, holding four Anzac Day ceremonies at Killarney and Tannymorel.

A Dawn Service will be held at the Killarney Cenotaph at 5.30am on the Thursday morning, followed by a breakfast at the Killarney Recreation Centre. A service will be held at the Killarney Cemetery at 7.15am.

RSL Sub Branch president Jim Domjahn said the sub Branch Committee has researched and collated a list of all the deceased veterans in the Killarney Cemetery.

Families of the Fallen are invited to attend to service at the cemetery where the RSL will have poppies on hand to be placed on the graves of the fallen.

The Tannymorel Service will be held at 8am, with a morning tea to follow.

Also at 8am, the Legume community will gather at the Legume Cemetery for a service, with morning tea to follow.

The Killarney Service will commence with the Anzac Day March from the Pat Bush Bicentennial Park at 9.15am to the Killarney Cenotaph.

Navy Petty Officer Dave Meyers, from the Cabarlah Barracks, will be the reviewing officer to take the salute from veterans at the old National Bank as they march along the Willow St.

The Killarney Service will commence at 9.30 am

A morning tea will follow at the Killarney RSL sub Branch Hall.



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