Tag Archives: ANZAC Day

50.02 May 18, 2017

St Marys Newsagency under new management, Hatches, Matches and Despatches, Cagerattler, AMIC newsletter, GET update, St Helens Mountain Bike funding, Over the Years, Falmouth part two, Mt Elephant and Beyond Book Review, Regional Business / Services Guide, 365 tomorrows, The Beetoota Advocate takes on proper english, crossword and puzzle, SMCHC news, MOW roster, Tasmania Way Back When, St Marys Sports Centre Inc. update and more …

50.01 May 4, 2017

50th Anniversary Edition

Targa 2017, Easter Saturday Pacing, Hub4Health Walking Group report,  old Scamander Bridge to be demolished?, International Workers Memorial Day, Cagerattler, ANZAC Day, ‘Over the Years’,  50th Edition editorial, 1st Edition front page, Falmouth part one, Out of the Woodwork, crossword and puzzle, Tasmania Way Back When, 365 tomorrows, May planting guide, SMCHC news, St Marys Sports Centre Inc. update and more …

48.01 May 7, 2015

Targa in St Marys and Elephant Pass, ANZAC Services in Avoca and St Marys, Happy Birthday to Sister Lorraine, St Marys Streetscape, FVNH May excursions, Cagerattler, East Coast RC Flyers, AMIC newsletter, GET newsletter, Adventures in the Antipodes, BODC cat microchipping offer,  Delta Dogs in St Helens, School Events Calender, BODRA workshops, Curry Night, St Marys Community Health Centre news, Meeting of like minds, Sport and Social Centre update…

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

The Cornwall Community Development Group put in a request to the committee of the St Marys Memorial Services Association asking if we would collaborate with them to commemorate A.N.Z.A.C Day Services.  It was put forward for discussion and all members were in agreement.  It was decided to alternate the dawn and 11am service each year.  Therefore, on the 25th April St Marys will hold the Dawn Service starting at 6am followed by a Gunfire Breakfast. Cornwall will hold the 11am Service.

Next year St Marys will perform the 11am and Cornwall the 6am.  We hope that this partnership will be met favourably by the community so we can all come together to remember our fallen.

Lest we forget.

Wendy Brennan, for and on behalf of the St Marys Memorial Services Association