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Legacy Remembrance Walk

Legacy Remembrance Walk - Has Ended

 8 Nov, 2019 - 8 Nov, 2019
 Fri 7:30am - Fri 8:30am
 Victoria Drive
  Adelaide, SA
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About the Remembrance Walk

Walk to remember a loved one; father, mother, grandmother, grandfather, sister or brother or walk to show support for the families who lost their loved one during war or peace keeping whilst serving our country:

Early-Bird prices (1st July to 30 August) 

- $20 Adult,

- $10 concession and

- $5 for children (4 to 12 years old)

Legacy’s Remembrance Walk is a time to reflect, to learn and pay tribute to our Military troops and their families. Legacy’s Remembrance Walk will help the community understand what Legacy does, who Legacy helps, and to remember the sacrifices of our Australian Defence Force and their families.

Friday 8th November take an hour from your morning to be a part of this unique Remembrance Walk. Starting at the Torrens Parade Ground, meet at 7:20 for a 7:30am start with a minute’s silence, then follow our amazing *Australian Light Horse Brigade mounted troops for a walk of 1.5kms up King William Street, around Government House, along North Terrace, turning at Kermode Street to walk along the ANZAC Centenary Memorial Walk path, to finish with a light BBQ breakfast and an exhibition The next chapter with Legacy” showcasing the journey of our Legacy Families, young and old back at the Parade Grounds.

We have partnering opportunities for Corporate Companies and ideas to help participants who wish to go the extra mile and raise funds for Legacy. 

To partner or participate please contact Zorica Zuill, Marketing & Development Coordinator on 8231 9812 for further information or register your interest through our website.

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Legacy Club of SA and BH care for over 5200 beneficiaries, including 84 children and 71 persons with disabilities; the oldest, a widow turning 107 this year, and the youngest, just 4 years old and all with a story to tell. Legacy’s commitment to assist the families of those who have served our country is long-standing; it started with a World War I Digger’s promise to his dying mate that he’d “look after the missus and the kids”. Founded by a group of World War I Veterans; their ideals of mate-ship engendered by front line service led them to recognise the need for an organisation to help the families of their comrades who did not survive. Ninety years on, Legacy is still keeping that Digger’s promise, and today, offer a wide range of valued programs, services and support.

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