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Lest we forget: A salute to the fallen at
the Mt Roskill War Memorial Hall.
Getting ready: Marchers prepare to make the journey to
the Mt Roskill War Memorial Hall.
Good turnout for Anzac
Special march: Parade
members make their way
through Mt Roskill streets.
member of the public gets
ready to lay a wreath.
The dismal weather
didn't deter members of
the public from gather-
ing to remember the
nation's fallen at an
Anzac parade in Mt Ros-
The parade started at
Cullen Ave and finished
at the Mt Roskill War
Memorial Hall, which
was so crowded there
was standing room only
Those involved in
putting the event on
include Reverend Martin
Fey, Auckland RSA rep-
resentative Red Hooper,
the Dominion Tongan
Methodist choir, Auck-
land City Brass, the 3rd
Lynfield College, Marcel-
lin College, the Girl
Guides and the Puketa-
papa Local Board.
Following the dis-
missal, all were invited
to morning tea served by
the Girl Guides.
Participant Deb Young
captured the event on
AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, APRIL 27, 2011
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