Remembrance Day at Victor Harbor 2013GALLERY

South Coast Veterans Gary Andrew pays his respects at the Cross of Sacrifice at Victor Harbor’s service. Jan Pengilly, Joy Miller, president of the Victor Habror branch of the RSL Dave Miller and Geoff Kruger at the Victor Harbor service on Remembrance Day.
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Secretary of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Victor Harbor RSL Gloria Reynolds and Ken Reynolds sold badges at the Victor Harbor service.

At the service in Victor Harbor were Peter Hooper, Bruce Rufus, Rob Heaslip, Phil Rebbeck, Anne and Keny Johncock.

Victor Harbor cadet Zach Evans prepares to lay a wreath on Remembrance Day.

Investigator College Victor Harbor campus students James and Kathryn at the Cross of Sacrifice on Remembrance Day.

South Coast Legacy Widows were represented at the service by Diana Fazekas, Susan Ritchie, Marion Walker and Rhonda Loxton.

Mike Harris, Ken Attrill and Wally Peake lay wreaths at Victor Harbor Soldiers’ memorial Gardens.

Brian King, Derek Rhino Andrews and Graeme Gepp at the Victor Harbor service.

City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp with Jan Pengilly at the service.

Diana Fazekas lays a wreath on behalf of South Coast Legacy Widows on Remembrance Day in Victor Harbor.

Ken and Denise Attrill were at the Victor Harbor service on Remembrance Day.

Veterans Peter West and Malcolm Harrington honoured those who died during the many wars.

Member for Finniss Michael Pengilly lays a wreath on Remembrance Day.

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At the 11th hour of the 11th month more than 300 people attended a service at Soldiers’ Memorial Gardens at Victor Harbor for Remembrance Day.

Wreaths were laid at the Cross of Sacrifice by veterans, Legacy, member for Finniss Michael Pengilly, City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philpand students from nearby schools and the Last Post was played along with the Australian National Anthem.

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