Families Of Veterans Guild

AWWNSW eNewsletter March 2022

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I am so pleased that Guild and Social Clubs have been getting together since the beginning of March. We know how important it is for our members to connect face-to-face and are pleased that this can now be achieved in a COVID safe manner.  

In just a few weeks time, the 70th anniversary of the Anzac Field of Remembrance will be taking place once again in St Andrew’s Cathedral Sydney. For those of you who still need to register, there is still time. Click here to register.  

I encourage you all to watch this heartwarming video created by the Vinnies Haberfield Men\’s Shed who made with care thousands of crosses for our members to commemorate at the Field of Remembrance, at a local Anzac service or at home in their own personal way.  

I look forward to seeing many of you soon to honour and pay tribute to those who have served and gave their lives in service to our nation, and to recognise the losses and sacrifices of war widows and families.  

Click here to view the newsletter online. 

Rhondda Vanzella OAM
President of NSW & National Australian War Widows

\”We rise by lifting others\”

Check out our previous update:
AWWNSW eNewsletter February 2022


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