Shepparton RSL News
The Shepparton RSL Sub-Branch, together with the Shepparton Club, have donated $20,000 to our local CFA.
These funds will go towards much needed local equipment upgrades.
On the 31st of December 2019, it was 100 years since the Shepparton RSL Sub-Branch was officially formed. To celebrate, the Shepparton News published a 20 page feature.
Twice a year we publish a Newsletter featuring not only reports from our committee and management, but also special member profiles and valuable information about upcoming events.
Let us introduce little Matilda POPPY, named in recognition of her father who served in East Timor.
She is pictured in front of our specially created wall of remembrance,
As part of their Personal Development and Work Related Skills Classes, two Year 12 VCAL students from Shepparton High School have donated a handmade seat in commemoration of the ANZACs.
The best history lesson we can give our kids is to not just read books but to speak with our war veterans, ask questions, be shown our memorabilia and get to touch and feel it.
A day of experiencing our local Silo Art was enjoyed by 34 of our Service & Affiliate members with more trips planned for 2020. Check out a few snapshots from this special day out.
We are now hardnessing the sun with a newly installed solar panel system.
Installed by local business Watters Electrical, these panels form part of the club’s master plan for renovations.
The Shepparton News spoke with local Vietnam Veterans after they attended a special screening of Danger Close – The Battle of Long Tan. The film brought back many old memories for our veterans.
The Shepparton News published a special 16 page wrap-around filled with stories of local WW1 descendants. They certainly had some stories to tell and some photos and memorabilia to share,.
The Shepparton RSL is the region’s best venue for bringing people together for work and play. Experience the difference at the Shepparton RSL.