ANZAC Day at Davis
ANZAC Day is a day of reflection, of sharing stories and good times with mates and remembering the great sacrifices made by those who fought for us and those serving today - a sentiment that was shared by all on station this ANZAC Day.
Our dawn service was well attended and orchestrated by our uniformed representative with readings by station leader Jason, deputy Gavin and Bob along with a song by our very own Doc Mal. It was a moving ceremony which was well received by all in the chilly pre-dawn. Afterwards, a 'gunfire' breakfast and a chance to trade stories of family who had served and of personal visits to Gallipoli and other battle fields around the world.
We then moved on to a friendly game of Two-up and listening to the football match, followed by Gavin’s pick of Australian films for the day. We all commemorated the meaning of ANZAC Day in our own way.
Lest we forget.