RSL Sub-Branch hosts Anzac exhibition

Students Anzac-themed works of art are now on display at the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre. Photo: supplied

Students Anzac-themed works of art are now on display at the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre. Photo: supplied

Students from the Highlands have taken the opportunity to show what Anzac Day means to them.

In what has become an annual event, Moss Vale RSL Sub-Branch is hosting a display of posters by students from Moss Vale Public and St Paul’s Primary at the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre.

The Anzac Day themed posters have been completed by students from both schools and are on display in the foyer.

On April 24 they will be taken to Moss Vale Services Club to be displayed for Anzac Day.

After its inclusion for the first time last year (the centenary of the first Anzac Day commemoration), the New Zealand national anthem will again be played during the 2017 service.

The service will commence at 11am at the services club.

This will be preceded by a march commencing at 10.30am.

This year, following the service and luncheon, there will be entertainment at the club from 1pm by popular local band, Rusted Track who will also provide some musical accompaniment during the service.

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