THE 100th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli, time has gone by, but more and more are learning about the great sacrifice made.
Let us never forget our fallen; the comradeship they displayed going into battle for their God and country, so many too young to enlist, to give us the life we have today.
The 100th anniversary is gaining so much strength.
We listened and heard from the few who survived what a hell they went through. They fought side by side, not afraid to die for us.
Always remember the unmarked grave and the many who didn’t come home.
On Anzac Day I hope the young children hold and wave the Australian flag as the parades pass by.
Think about all the other conflicts that our troops have had to go to, especially Vietnam.
Our school children must know about and learn more about it.
RSL clubs and Legacy clubs are only too happy to pass on what we should know.
May God continue to bless our fallen and families; stand and applaud all the Anzac ceremonies.
Think about how they gave their lives for us, no one can give any more.
Lest We Forget.
— MICK ROONEY,