Sir James of Dalmeny ANZAC ceremony

ON Thursday morning, the Narooma RSL sub-branch members held an ANZAC ceremony for the residents of Sir James at Dalmeny.

REMEMBERING: WWII veterans Sidney Hopkins and John Wilson residents of Sir James at Daleny.

REMEMBERING: WWII veterans Sidney Hopkins and John Wilson residents of Sir James at Daleny.

PRAYER: The Reverend Jane Simmonds said a prayer for the fallen and the Lord’s Prayer as well as reading a psalm watched by RSL sub branch members Reg Maxted, Buzz Bryant and Des Burridge.

PRAYER: The Reverend Jane Simmonds said a prayer for the fallen and the Lord’s Prayer as well as reading a psalm watched by RSL sub branch members Reg Maxted, Buzz Bryant and Des Burridge.

FLAG RAISING: Narooma RSL sub branch members Reg Maxted, Des Burridge and Buzz Bryant prepare to raise the flag at Sir James on Thursday morning.

FLAG RAISING: Narooma RSL sub branch members Reg Maxted, Des Burridge and Buzz Bryant prepare to raise the flag at Sir James on Thursday morning.

FLAG CEREMONY: Those residents that were able to gathered outside to watch the flag raising.

FLAG CEREMONY: Those residents that were able to gathered outside to watch the flag raising.

VETERANS: WWII veterans John Wilson and Sidney Hopkins laid wreaths at the cross at Sir James on Thursday morning

VETERANS: WWII veterans John Wilson and Sidney Hopkins laid wreaths at the cross at Sir James on Thursday morning

ANZAC CEREMONY: The residents at Sir James of Dalmeny gathered in the dining room on Thursday morning to commemorate ANZAC Day.

ANZAC CEREMONY: The residents at Sir James of Dalmeny gathered in the dining room on Thursday morning to commemorate ANZAC Day.

The service was officiated over by RSL sub-branch members Reg Maxted assisted by Adrian ‘Buzz’ Bryant, Des Burridge and the Rev Jane Simmonds.

WWII veterans Sidney Hopkins and John Wilson laid wreaths at the cross remembering their mates that had fought alongside them in WWII.

After the oath and the last post the residents that were able to, adjourned outside to watch the raising of the flag before everyone gathered inside for morning tea.