190 turn out for Tullymorgan service
THE overcast skies and drizzling rain did not deter the 190 people that attended the Tullymorgan School Dawn Service on Anzac Day.
Ian Gardam once again conducted the program which began with the Catafalque Party (comprising Glen, Ray, Stan and Alec Cormick) marching across the grounds, to then stand with their heads bowed and their arms (weapon) reversed, facing outward as a symbolic form of respect for those who have fallen.
The eerie morning horizon was broken by the image of the Lone Horseman (Norm Cormick) moving through the crowds.
Following the service, a gunfire breakfast was served to those willing to endure the inclement weather.
Sue Searles Secretary, Tullymorgan School Management Committee