ANZAC Day Dawn Service Set For April 25

April 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Australian and New Zealand community in Bermuda will observe their annual day of remembrance for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps [ANZAC] with a Sunrise Service on Thursday, April 25th, with the service set to begin at 6.10am at Warwick Camp.

A look at the ANZAC Day Service in 2017:

A spokesperson said, “While this day originally commemorated dawn landings for a wartime campaign in Turkey in 1915, the day now acknowledges all ANZACs who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations and the contribution and suffering of all those who have served. Australian and New Zealanders across the world meet at dawn each year for a remembrance service in their respective countries. Lest we forget.”

Everyone is invited to attend, and those who are expected to be in attendance include Governor John Rankin, Minister of National Security Wayne Caines, US Consul General Constance Dierman, and Royal Bermuda Regiment Commanding Officer Lt/Col David Curley.

For more information, please contact Frances Poulos via franceskyrikos@hotmail.com or 535-0026.

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