The GAP RSL sub branch is now open on a Tuesday from 11am-2pm and on Thursday from 1pm to 3pm for a couple of hours of chat and chew. The chat speaks for itself. The chew is simply ‘chewing the fat’ where a few stories may be told, discussions about what is wrong with the world and what you would do if you were World President!
Oh, we also have a dart board up and waiting for those with crossed rifles, or crossed eyes, whichever fits you….
Come along and be part of what is happening. You just might enjoy yourself – we will certainly enjoy your company.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3300 9439 for further information.
November is poppy month, the time of the year when, by the wearing of a simple emblem, a red poppy, we salute the memory of those who, in the Spirit of the ANZACs, have sacrificed their health, their strength, even their lives, to try to bring peace to the world.
Whilst the tradition of the poppy symbolising remembrance began soon after WW1, today it is worn to commemorate the service and sacrifice of all who have served their country in times of conflict.
The Gap Sub-Branch RSL and The Gap community will be commemorating Remembrance Day at the Walton Bridge Reserve, Waterworks Road, The Gap with a service of commemoration beginning at 10.40 a.m. on 11th November 2019.
The President and Members of the Sub-Branch invite you to participate in the service and to lay a floral tribute at the Memorial, if you wish. Afterward, we invite to join us for a light luncheon at our new Sub-Brunch rooms in Nullagundi, 34 School Road, The Gap.