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To Plant Trees In Memory Of Servicemen

Trees to perpetuate the memory of Huon serviceman who died in the Second World War probably will be planted along the Huon River foreshore.
The Huonville Servicemen’s Parents’ and Wives’ Association decided to recommend this at its annual meeting on Tuesday. It was also agreed to assist in the beautification of the river reserve by providing seats.
The Huon Council is to be requested to renew the names on the Soldiers’ Memorial near the Huonville Bridge.

The War Memorial Committee is to be asked to make provision for an honour roll to be built in fronting the street on the proposed war memorial at Huonville. The memorial will take the form of a child welfare centre.

Officers elected: President, Mr. C V Dave; vice-president, Mrs K Page; secretary, Mrs V Pitt; treasurer, Mr. C A Cox; auditors, Mesdames R R Emmett and C P Skinner; committee, all financial members.

Mercury July 26th 1946

 

 

 

 


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