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Sing Australia

Hi, Colin,
Here is some great publicity for us placed in our local paper, with a great headline, by Wendy and Susanne.
Regards
Jocelyn Paterson - Co Leader, Sing Australia Sale.

Comment. Thanks Jocelyn. Excellent publicity. Well done. It was great having members of Sale as part of our Italy trip. We all had a fabulous time.
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2 hours ago

Sing Australia

Hi Colin

A crowd of about 700 gathered in Eyre Park by the Anzac Memorial to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice. The crowd was swelled with the presence of a parade involving members of the Regular Australian Army A Company, 7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment. Port Lincoln Sing Australia group joined with the Port Lincoln Singers and the City Band, to provide musical support to the service. We assisted the crowd to sing the National Anthem, and sang I am Australian during the service, and then entertained those present with a rendition of Two Little Boys after the service finished. The Minutes silence was preempted with a fly by of a biplane, which added to the aura of the moment.

Regards
Helen Hookings
Leader, Sing Australia Port Lincoln

Comment: Thanks for the report Helen and congratulations to you and the group. A wonderful experience for you all but so fabulous that you could contribute in such a meaningful way to this event. A great collaboration with the other community groups as well.
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24 hours ago

Sing Australia

Good morning Colin and Margaret,

Sing Australia Ashbury took part in a Remembrance Day ceremony at Kingsgrove RSL yesterday. It was the second time we have been involved in a service at Kingsgrove and it was a very moving experience for us all. We were warmly welcomed by Alan Barnes, President of the sub branch and John Graham, Secretary of the sub Branch and various members of the sub branch. We sang with the Sutherland Shire Band and all those in attendance at the service. We led the singing for Oh God Our Help in Ages Past, The Recessional and the Australian National Anthem.
Major Jon Green gave a very moving talk on those brave men and women who fought to make our world a better place. He also mentioned the indigenous soldiers who also took part in the various conflicts throughout the world. Please see photos attached courtesy of Ron Weewan official photographer for the day.

Margaret and Natalie - Leaders of Ashbury

Comment: Thanks for the report and lovely photos and congratulations to you all. So nice for you to have the repeat performance. A real credit to you all. A meaningful and memorable experience no doubt.
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