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High School students "Honour Our Fallen"


As part of the shire wide ANZAC Day commemorations local high school students placed flags on the resting places of ex-servicemen last Tuesday. In all 113 flags were placed at the Moruya Cemetery and 78 at the Broulee Memorial Gardens.


Debbie from BMG, Carroll College School Captain Adam Zutt, House Captain Lucy Colbourne and Sandy and Rob Patterson



In the garden of National Servicemen at Broulee Memorial Gardens.


Adam Zutt placing a flag


The group at the Moruya Cemetery after the job was done. Rob & Sandy Patterson on the left and Richard Schell on the right.


A Row of WWII graves of servicemen who made the ultimate sacrifice locally.


"Honour Our Fallen" Co-ordinator Sandy Patterson and Moruya HS Principal Richard Schell, a small army of students and some mums, all arrived to help


Mrs.Schell placing flags on the Memorial Wall.


Rob Patterson, "Honour Our Fallen" local co-ordinator, told the Beagle "I would like to extend my thanks to all of the students who gave up their time and help the community to pay our respects to our ex servicemen. Likewise my thanks are extended to Moruya High School Principal Richard Schell, Carroll College's Nathan Mansfield and to all the staff who organised it. Especially so, when you consider that its right in the middle of School Holidays. WELL DONE Everyone involved."

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