WHAT a wonderful turn out.

My husband and I met our family at Kawana Surf Club for the dawn service, followed by a lovely breakfast.

We then drove to Maleny, where we used to live and attended the intimate service at Erowal, the aged care facility where my Dad, a WWII veteran resided.

We then watched the impressive march through town and meeting up with friends.

Finally we had lunch in the busy Caloundra RSL.

Everywhere we went people intermingled, the rain held off and the attendance from great grandparents to babies was amazing.

All veterans should be proud of themselves because they made our loving, carefree lifestyle possible.

JAN FRANCIS
Pelican Waters


 


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