Branch helps former nashos get their medals

HAVING recently passed its 10th anniversary, the branch continues to attract new members and assist former nashos in obtaining the two medals to which they are entitled.

NSAA has more than 30 branches throughout Queensland, 16 of which are within the metropolitan area and surrounding districts.

The association exists for the welfare of Australian nashos called up in the two schemes in place between 1951 and 1973.

Conscripts who served for countries other than Australia are invited to join as associate members.

To find out the benefits of belonging to the association, to apply for the two medals or to locate a branch nearer to where you live, phone 3324 1277 or scroll the website www.nashoqld.org.au.

For more information about Brisbane North West branch, phone Dave on 3366 3191.

Brisbane North West branch meets at Gaythorne RSL at 10.15am on the third Sunday of each month (the next date is September 20).

Visitors and new members are welcome.

After the meeting you have the opportunity to enjoy Sunday lunch in the pleasant surroundings of the RSL dining room.


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