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Remembrance Day Services

Remembrance Day Services

What's Happening For Remembrance Day In Your Town?

We're being asked to 'remember to remember' our service men and women this Remembrance Day.

Services will look different for most towns this year under COVID regulations.

Some RSL sub-branches will be holding limited services and others have made the hard decision to omit from the physical service this year.

But whether you can or can't attend a service this year, all RSL sub-branches have requested you take that minute out of your day to reflect and give thanks for those that have served Australia.

Here's what will be happening in the following towns;

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- ECHUCA

A limited 11am service at the cenotaph in Hare Street, to be attended by only necessary dignitaries; RSL members, politicians, police officers, etc.

The public can, for instance, lay their wreath in their own time during the day but not whilst the very short and simple service is conducted by the RSL.

- MOAMA

The Moama sub-branch will not be hosting any form of public service this year due to COVID regulations and the border closure.

A link will be available on the Moama RSL's Facebook page to the Sydney Remembrance Day service.

- DENILIQUIN

A service will be held at the cross opposite St. Michael's, not at the cenotaph, to give more 'social distancing space' and also due to the works around Waring Gardens.

100 people are able to attend but all COVID regulations will apply - social distancing must be abided by and contact details must be provided.

- COBRAM/BAROOGA

A limited service at the Hay Avenue Memorial to be attended by only necessary dignitaries; RSL members, politicians, police officers, etc.

The public can, for instance, lay their wreath in their own time during the day but not whilst the very short and simple service is conducted by the RSL.

The Murray Border Flying Club will conduct a 'flyover' at 11am and the church bells will also ring to mark a minute's silence.

- KYABRAM

A limited service will be held at the Memorial Gardens.

The public can attend however all COVID regulations will apply and the limit is 70 people in no more than groups of 10.

The fire brigade siren will mark a minutes silence at 11am.

- ROCHESTER

A limited 11am service at the Rochester RSL Hall, to be attended by only necessary dignitaries; RSL members, politicians, police officers, etc.

The public can, for instance, lay their wreath in their own time during the day but not whilst the very short and simple service is conducted by the RSL.

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