As the sounds ofThe Last Postrang out, Whyalla residents stood in silence to remember those who served in protecting our country.
Returned servicemen and women laid wreaths at base of the cenotaph at the Memorial Oval gates and the ceremony proceedings was shared between the Whyalla RSL Club and the Whyalla Naval Association.
WE REMEMBER: Poppies and wreaths were laid in tribute at Whyalla’s honour rolls.
REMEMBRANCE: Whyalla RSL Club vice president David Templeton leads the Remembrance Day proceedings.
BENEDICTION: Whyalla City Council mayor Jim Pollock reads the benediction.
SERVICE: Army cadet Caleb Lines bows his head to remember Australia’s fallen soldiers.
TRIBUTE:hyalla RSL Club vice president David Templeton pays tribute to the servicemen and woman who died and suffered in war and armed conflicts.
SYMBOLIC: Les Record places poppies on the memorial wall watched on by Eyre and Western local service area operations inspector Andrew Thiele.
FLAG:Navy Cadets’ able seaman Dylan Crook raises the flag.
MEMORIAL: Wreaths laid at the base of the cenotaph at Whyalla’s Memorial Oval gates.
SUPPORT: Attending the Whyalla Remembrance Day event were Joan Tolson and Whyalla Flinders Legacy Group chairman Geoff Ettridge.
HONOUR: Proudly honouring those who have served our country at the Whyalla Remembrance Day event were Yvonne Bishop and John Peatfield.
ATTENDANCE: Whyalla Naval Association president John Moore and Les Record attending the Whyalla Remembrance Day ceremony.
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