District residents will commemorate Long Tan (Vietnam Veterans) Day on Monday.August 13, 2014 3:01am
Tongala RSL Sub-branch and the Echuca Vietnam Veterans Association will commemorate Long Tan (Vietnam Veterans) Day on Monday.
Member for Murray Sharman Stone, who is the guest speaker, will unveil an honour board commemorating those who served during the Korean and Vietnam wars from Tongala and district.
Other guests include Kyabram RSL Sub-branch president Graham James and his fellow members, former members of the Tongala women’s auxiliary and Tongala and St Patrick’s primary schools.
The group also hoped to have many of those whose names appear on the honour board attending.
Veterans who served in the Korean and Vietnam wars or any other campaign and the general public are invited to attend the service.
The service will be followed by a light lunch and refreshments.
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