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‘To honour their Sacrifice, to salute their service, to learn from the price they paid; Lest we forget.’

 Tuesday, 25th April 2017

5:50am, buses to the service will be departing various locations from 4:15am, book tickets below.

The 2017 Mount Macedon Dawn Service will commemorate; the Centenary of the Battle of Beersheba and

75 years since of the fall of Singapore.

Poetry, song and personal accounts will portray stories of courage and loss amid these conflicts, recognising the connections of Macedon Ranges locals to the events.

Local students will play a key part in retelling these stories, including the traditional wreath-laying, the Last Post, minute’s silence and Reveille.

Concluding with a recent Mount Macedon tradition, an Aerial Salute, a fly-over of period aircraft from the Kyneton Aero Club.

Local scouts will provide a post Dawn Service sausage sizzle, tea and coffee. Gold coin donations appreciated

*Access to the Dawn Service is via FREE buses only, departing all townships across the Macedon Ranges,

bookings at http://www.organscoaches.com.au/tours/#anzac  or click buy tickets below to book FREE bus.

Shuttle buses from Tony Clarke Reserve, Macedon starting at 4:15am.  Gold coin donations appreciated

For more information please visit the Facebook page,

 https://www.facebook.com/The-Mt-Macedon-Anzac-Day-Dawn-Service-148289788606829/

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