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Anzac Day Commemorative Assembly

 
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Anzac Day, when we as a nation come together to commemorate Australians and New Zealanders who protect people and nations across the world. We remember those who have served or are currently serving in all conflicts, wars and peacekeeping operations; and of course, those that have made the ultimate sacrifice.

On Wednesday the 24th of April we at QACI, joined by Ms Rheanna Vehlow from the Australian Defence Force, we came together to remember those who fought and who continue to fight for peace and justice. The assembly included some touching homages from incredibly talented QACI performers and our student directors, as well as our wonderful guest speaker. Ms Rheanna Vehlow delivered a moving speech about the meaning of Anzac Day, the values and spirit of the original ANZACs upheld to this day and how these valiant troops influenced the many servicemen and servicewomen who followed in their footsteps. A moment of silence was taken to honour the sacrifice of all those who lost their lives as a result of war and conflict.

We remember the ANZACs, and all Australian and New Zealand troops since, not only for their service but for their courage, their bravery, their strength and their valour. We carry on the ANZAC spirit, which has shaped this nation and its identity, and the ANZAC legacy that has inspired Australians of the past and the present; and will live on to inspire generations to come.

Lest we forget.

Article written by Year 10, Elizabeth Pico Gonzalez

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Last reviewed 29 April 2019
Last updated 29 April 2019