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ANZAC DAY... Kadina RSL sub-branch president Les Maynard led a dawn service with a difference this year. The Kadina service, like all held throughout Yorke Peninsula, was attended by only a sparse crowd due to COVID-19 social gathering restrictions. Despite being unable to attend services, many locals kept the spirit of Anzac Day alive from their homes. ANZAC DAY... Kadina RSL sub-branch president Les Maynard led a dawn service with a difference this year. The Kadina service, like all held throughout Yorke Peninsula, was attended by only a sparse crowd due to COVID-19 social gathering restrictions. Despite being unable to attend services, many locals kept the spirit of Anzac Day alive from their homes. PHOTO: Rod Penna

Honouring our ANZACs

Anzac Day was celebrated in a different way this year, as only small gatherings could attend official dawn services and other commemorations due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Nonetheless, the Anzac spirit was on full display as locals found numerous ways to acknowledge the occasion from home.

For full coverage of Anzac Day on Yorke Peninsula, pick up this week’s YP Country Times.

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