Four new projects have been approved under the Saluting Their Service Grants program to commemorate the legacy of the Australian War.
The Moore Soldiers Memorial Hall Association was awarded US $ 10,000 to set up a peace garden in the Hall granted for ADF members who served during World War I.
Mount Crosby State School parents and citizens were granted $ 2,000 to install two new flagpoles in the school’s memorial garden.
Parents and residents of Ripley Valley State Secondary College were granted $ 10,000 to add a metal silhouette, plaque, and mural to the existing memorial to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Australian Air Force.
The Pine Mountain District War Memorial Group received $ 9,000 for installing a new fence and plaque on the memorial commemorating locals who died in WWII The Shadow Secretary of State for Veterans Affairs and Defense Personnel and Member of Parliament Blair Shayne Neumann said he was proud that the projects were approved by the electorate.
« In Ipswich, Somerset and Karana Downs A large cohort of service and ex-service employees lives, « said Neumann.
» These projects are important to honor the service and sacrifices that many in this community have made through various campaigns. «
The Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants program is funded by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs and aims to preserve the legacy of the war and engage communities to commemorate the soldiers and women who fought for Australia.
There are two categories of grants. a community grant of up to $ 10,000 for community-level projects and a major grant of $ 10,000 to $ 150,000 for major memorial projects.
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