WITH Anzac Day ceremonies cancelled, Bill Ordway, Colin McCracken and Graham Butler decided to drive their respective World War II era jeeps, draped in Australian flags, down Gawler’s main streets.
MEMBER for Light and opposition spokesperson for veterans’ affairs Tony Piccolo has been working with the War Windows Guild of SA to promote the sale of Anzac Day biscuits in support of war widows.
GAWLER Returned and Services League president Paul Little has downplayed supermarkets being allowed to open on Anzac Day, saying he has “no problem with it”.
LOCAL veterans have praised the public for coming up with inventive and respectful ways to commemorate Anzac Day, after all dawn services were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
GAWLER’s annual Anzac Day dawn service and parade has been cancelled due to the looming coronavirus health crisis sweeping the nation.