Army vet to host more than 100 at home dawn service
More than 100 people will gather at the home of an army service veteran of 32 years on Anzac Day for a dawn service.
This will be the second year Alan Price and his wife Maureen have held the service at their Calamvale home, after Anzac marches were cancelled last year.
Last year, 37 people came to the dawn service, but with numbers growing this year, Mr Price has enlisted some help.
“We’ve got scouts giving us a hand, we’ve got a bagpiper, we’ve got a musician singing the hymns and the national anthem,” Mr Price told Neil Breen.
“We’re having a sausage sizzle after it and that’ll be in the backyard and that’ll be a gold coin donation entry and all that money will go toward the scouts that are helping us on the day.”
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Image: Alan Price