Click here to watch the Video: ANZAC Dawn Parade in Pukekohe
Pictured here is Vice President Teresa Cousins, Veteran Don Hart and Pukekohe Honda director Kerry Brocas. After using the the RSA Franklin rooms for his father’s (Jim Brocas) passing, celebration of life function early this month, Pukekohe Honda’s Kerry Brocas decided to make a donation in appreciation for the professional atmosphere that was provided. The RSA…
Waiuku born, RSA Franklin’s stalwart and World War 2 veteran Everard ‘Ev’ Otto (95) served in the New Zealand Army Service Corps and was situated at the ‘Battle of Monte Cassino‘ which ran from 17 January – 18 May 1944. He and many of his fellow soldiers were aged in their early 20’s. The battle…
On Saturday st 1pm November 12th, there was a march from the Pukekohe Town Square, along King Street, on to Edinburgh Street to the commemorative service at the War Memorial Town Hall cenotaph.
On Saturday, the RSA Franklin opened it’s doors to the public with a early roast dinner that attracted over 80 diners throughout the evening.
The ANZAC Parade started from Hall Street and finished at the War Memorial Town Hall. Click on pictures to enlarge then swipe left
On Saturday morning was a ‘Keep our current flag’ march up the main street of Pukekohe.