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Major Events, Nostalgia | June 4, 2013
By Mischeline King
As I stood back and watched the flow of people, young and old make their way to the ANZAC Day Dawn Service, it struck me the perception of this day varies across all age groups and that we all stood there on that frosty morning all with different insights on what this day means, but stood for the same reason.
There were young children no older than five years, draped in the Australian Flag, War Veterans adorned with their medallions and people like me watching on, admiring the diverse range of age groups all there to pay their respects.