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November 11, 2022

Community members came together this morning (11 November) for a Remembrance Day service at the Hunters Hill RSL Sub-Branch Memorial Wall.

The service, conducted by Reverend Michael Armstrong, of the Anglican Parish of Hunters Hill, offered an opportunity to reflect, with one minute’s silence at 11am to remember those who died or suffered for Australia’s cause in all wars and armed conflicts.

Mayor Zac Miles said large-scale participation during times of conflict by our community was part of Hunters Hill’s history of supporting our nation for the greater good, whether to protect our way of life now or into the future.

“We’re gathered here today to remember all who have served and are currently serving for our country,” he said.

Students offered reflections as part of the service about the importance of remembering those who fought for us, the ‘brave people’, the ‘heroes of our world’ who we will never forget.

Reverend Armstrong said it was important that the students were involved, as they would carry on the legacy in future generations.

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