Remembrance Day at Goolwa 2013GALLERY

Jill Cooke of Goolwa, Betty Plummer, who laid a wreath in the service, and Goolwa’s Roger Cooke. Gayle Peak and Helen Ellemor of Goolwa enjoyed the sun after the service.
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Paul Manner and Tony Hudson both of Goolwa RSL after the service.

Goolwa Primary School year six student Griffen Clarke with year seven students Shirtiva Wells, Jessica Ryan and Taylor Hamence.

The Goolwa service was held in the Memorial Gardens next to the RSL club rooms.

Valma Young remembered her late-husband John Young at the service, and Janet Mills paid tribute to her brothers on Remembrance Day 2013.

Graham and Nola Ward of Goolwa enjoyed the morning tea supplied by the Women’s Auxiliary in the Goolwa RSL club rooms.

John Dale, Mike Wilkins and Ralph Gulin of Goolwa RSL helped out in the bar after the service.

Year nine students from Investigator College Goolwa, Hannah Mulvenny and Vanessa Young.

Goolwa Primary School and Investigator College students at the service held at Goolwa.

Member for Hammond, Adrian Pederick.

James Ward of Goolwa, Keith Egan who lives in Vietnam and Goolwa RSL committee member Jeff Rainsford were at the service.

Goolwa RSL president Bob Plummer lays a wreath.

Evv Sacca and Robyn McColl both of Goolwa were in the gardens after the service.

Students from Goolwa Investigator College formed part of the official service.

Close to 400 people attended at Goolwa Remembrance Day service.

Wreaths were laid by Alexandrina Council, local schools and the Country Fire Service.

Goolwa RSL treasurer, Tony Hudson; Goolwa RSL vice president, Darryl Pink; left lieutenant commander (retired), Steve Plumb, Goolwa’s Jack March and Goolwa RSL club manger Paul Manner.


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Close to 400 people shared in remembering fallen Australian soldiers at the Goolwa Remembrance Day service on Monday, November 11.

The service was held in the Memorial Gardens at the Returned Service League (RSL) club rooms.

Goolwa Primary School and Investigator College students were in attendance.

Jude Mills and Megan Shaw laid wreaths on behalf of the college, with Emilia Catinari and Henry Scott reciting Flanders Field.

President of Goolwa RSL Bob Plummer laid the wreath on behalf of the sub-branch, Kym McHugh represented Alexandrina Council and Member for Hammond Adrian Pederick represented the state government.

Wreaths were also laid by Currency Creek Country Fire Service and the RSL Goolwa Sub Branch Women’s Auxiliary.

After the service attendees enjoyed the morning tea in the club rooms supplied by the Women’s Auxiliary.

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