Special day: Killarney RSL sub-branch secretary Lisa Brown and president Bill Caton at the cenotaph as they plan the 2010 Anzac Day ceremony.
Special day: Killarney RSL sub-branch secretary Lisa Brown and president Bill Caton at the cenotaph as they plan the 2010 Anzac Day ceremony.

Killarney ready for Anzac Day

THE Killarney RSL sub-branch invites all members of the public to join them for the 2010 Anzac Day service.

Killarney RSL sub-branch president Bill Caton said members and friends from Sunshine Coast, Bribie Island, Gosford, Brisbane, Warwick and surrounding towns would partake in a number of services at Killarney, Tannymorel and Legume.

A dawn service will be held at the Killarney Cenotaph at 5.30am, followed by a breakfast at the Killarney Recreation Centre, prepared by the Killarney Golf Club.

This will be followed by a service at the Killarney cemetery at 7.15am. Members of the public who have relatives who were ex-servicemen buried at the cemetery are invited to join the RSL members for a brief service followed by laying of poppies at gravesites.

A Tannymorel service will take place at 8am at the Tannymorel War Memorial before heading back to Killarney.

The Anzac Day marchers will assemble at the Pat Bush Park at 9am before leaving to march to the Killarney Cenotaph at 9.15am.

The Killarney Service, which will start at 9.30am, will include an address by Reviewing Officer Bob Wright.

Following the service, all members of the public are invited back to the RSL Hall to join the RSL members for a cool drink or a warm cuppa and light finger food, prepared by the Killarney RSL Women’s Auxiliary.

A service will also take place at the Legume at 10.15am.



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