THE Anzac Day march in Corryong will be a bit stronger this year thanks to the addition of more than 40 army cadets.
The cadets will travel to Corryong on April 25 as a way to say thank you to the community.
Members of the RSL and community have been funding a bus each week to get cadets to and from Wodonga.
And for a small sub-branch with dwindling numbers secretary Greg Nankervis said it will be a "major boost" for their annual march.
"We are a small sub-branch with many of our members getting older or passing away so to have 40 cadets involved in our march will be great and definitely a nice boost.
"It will definitely add to our town and be great to see some young people involved in the march as well.
"One of our members' son was in the cadets so he drives the bus down every week to get him and a few others there and back."
Albury-Wodonga Army Cadets commanding officer Dale Manly said the cadets won't just add to the march.
"All of those cadets have family and friends who will drive up to Corryong with them which will be a nice little influx for the town," he said.
"We are marching to simply support the community.
"There has been a lot of time and effort put in by the them to help get the boys to cadets each week and this is just a way of giving back."
Mr Manly said army cadets isn't just about getting outdoors.
"It gets them off the street and into education, training and leadership programs which they otherwise wouldn't have access to," he said.
"We also help them in employment opportunities with out employment assistant program, so we are really setting them up for a bright future."
The Corryong Anzac Day march will take place from 10.30am from outside the newsagent on Hansen Street, marching up to the cenotaph for a service followed by a sausage sizzle.