Remembrance Day: Murraylands

Remembrance Day events in the Murraylands
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attracted large crowds commemorating the 95th year since the end of WWI.

St Joseph Primary School year seven students Aliv Arkoc and Lauchlan Marsh lay a wreath during Remembrance Day at the Murray Bridge hospital.

Crowds gather on the grounds of the Murray Bridge Soldiers Memorial Hospital ahead of the Remembrance Day service.

Wreaths await the beginning of Remembrance Day at Murray Bridge.

Murray Bridge RSL president Ray Duthie and Health Advisory Council presiding member Fred Toogood call for a minutes silence.

Flags are raised during the Remembrance Day service at Murray Bridge hospital.

Murray Bridge RSL president Ray Duthie takes a moment to remember the soldiers who gave their lives in battle.

Flags are raised over the monument outside the Murray Bridge Soldiers Memorial Hospital during the Remembrance Day service at Murray Bridge.

RSL president Ray Duthie lays the first wreath during Remembrance Day at Murray Bridge.

Bob Channon carries a wreath at Murray Bridge during the Remembrance Day service.

Tom Pahau lays a wreath in remembrance of New Zealand’s fallen soldiers.

St Joseph Primary School year seven students Aliv Arkoc and Lauchlan Marsh lay a wreath during Remembrance Day at the Murray Bridge hospital.

Remembrance Day, Murray Bridge.

Jean Illman, Margaret Warnest, Merv Schopp and Fred McInerney, of Murray Bridge, at the Remembrance Day service held on the grounds of the Murray Bridge hospital.

Bob Illman and Ken Zadow during the Remembrance Day service at Murray Bridge Soldiers Memorial Hospital.

Bob Lewis lays a wreath during the Remembrance Day service at Meningie.

Clem Tynan, Yumali, Ida Warner, Murray Bridge and Pam Tynan, Yumali gather at the Murray Bridge Soldiers Memorial Hospital for a Remembrance Day service.

Pete Smith and John Dodd, Murray Bridge, catch up following the Remembrance Day service at Murray Bridge hospital.

About 150 people attended the Remembrance Day service at Meningie.

Andrew Makin, Councillor Jeff Arthur and Geoff Smith of Tintinara laying wreaths during the Tintinara Remembrance Day Service. Photo by Glenn Power.

Students Mandi Brock and Brooke Finn welcoming Mary Smith of the Tintinara Development Group to the community Remembrance Day Service 2013. Photo by Glenn Power

Andrew Makin of Tintinara standing with a colourful Remembrance Day wreath at the entrance to the Tintinara RSL Memorial Walk. Photo by Glenn Power

Jo Cummings places a wreath during a Remembrance Day event at Meningie.

Students Hugo Keller and Eve Omega kneel at the foot of the Tintinara Memorial after Remembrance Day 2013. Photo by Glenn Power

Coorong Council Mayor Roger Strother attends Meningie’s Remembrance Day service.

Mick McAppion, Jack Walker and John Bartholamai at the Lameroo Remembrance Day service.

The Miningie Cenotaph following the Remembrance Day service.

Returned Serviceman Jack Walker, 93, places a poppy at the flagpole during Remembrance Day at Lameroo

Brooke Finn, Tess Rowan and Mandi Brock of Tintinara Area School standing quietly in the shade prior to the towns Remembrance Day service. Photo by Glenn Power.

Students and teachers from the Tintinara Area School gathering with family, friends, community leaders and respectful locals at the Tintinara Memorial for Remembrance Day 2013. Photo by Glenn Power.

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