Saluting Their Service grant for Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers
Federal Member for Wide Bay, Warren Truss, has been advised of a $2,348 Federal Government grant to the Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers, to help fund two honour boards at the Cherbourg War Memorial.
“The honour boards will commemorate local service men and women who served in the Korean and Vietnam wars,” Mr Truss said.
“The Saluting Their Service program encourages community participation in commemorative activities which honour the service and sacrifice of those who have served Australia in wars, conflicts and peace operations.
“The members of the Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers are to be congratulated on the success of their application.
“The project will help to commemorate the vital contributions made by those who served our country and I am pleased that the Commonwealth has been able to contribute towards the cost of the honour boards.”
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