Anzac Day services around the region

Last updated 15:46 23/04/2009
KELLY HODEL/Waikato Times
REMEMRANCE: Poppies lay at the cenotaph on Memorial Drive in Hamilton on Anzac Day last year.

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Anzac Day services planned for the region on Saturday include:

Cambridge: Dawn service, outside the Town Hall, the Cenotaph, 6am. Civic service, Town Hall, 9am.

Coromandel: Civil parade, Coromandel Citizens' Hall, 10.15am; followed by service at Memorial Reserve, Kapanga Rd, Coromandel.

Hamilton: Dawn parade, Knox St to Memorial Park, 5.30am. Civic parade, 9.30am; followed by civic service, Memorial Park, 10am.

Huntly: Dawn service, Wright St, the Cenotaph, 6am. Cemetery service, 7.20am.

Mangakino: Citizens' service, District and Services Club, 11am.

Matamata: Dawn parade, Ngaio St, 5.45am; followed by dawn service, Tainui St, Matamata Memorial Centre Cenotaph, 6am. Citizens' service, 9.30am.

Mercury Bay: Dawn parade, corner of Cook Drive and Campbell St to The Soldiers Memorial Park, 6am.

Morrinsville: Citizens' service, Howie Park, 10am.

Ngaruawahia: Citizens' service War Memorial Hall, Galileo St, Ngaruawahia, 11am.

Ngatea: Civic parade, Pipiroa Rd to War Memorial Hall, 10.30am. Citizens' service, War Memorial Hall, 11.15am.

Ohaupo: Citizens' service, Ohaupo Hall, 10.30am.

Otorohanga: Dawn service, War Memorial, 6am. Citizens' parade, Otorohanga Village Green to War Memorial, 10am.

Paeroa: Civic parade, Marshall St to War Memorial Hall, 8.45am. Citizens' service, War Memorial Hall, 9.15am.

Pauanui: Dawn service, Pauanui Surf Lifesaving Club, Pauanui Boulevard (Pauanui Sports and Recreation Club if wet), 5.45am. Civil service, Pauanui Sports and Recreation Club, Sheppard Ave, Pauanui, 11am.

Putaruru: Dawn service, the Cenotaph, 6am. Civic parade, corner of Kensington St and Main St to The Plaza, 8.15am; followed by service, 9am.

Raglan: Citizens' service, the Cenotaph, Bow St, 11am.

Tairua: Dawn service, Tairua Ex-Servicemen's Cemetery, Main Rd, Tairua, 6am. Civil parade and march for uniformed personnel/RSA, Tairua fire station, Main Rd, Tairua; followed by Civil service, Tairua Community Hall, Main Rd, Tairua, 10.50am.

Taumarunui: Dawn service, corner of Huia St and Morero Terrace, 6am.

Taupo: Dawn service, Tongariro St, Great Lake Centre, Taupo, 6am. Citizens' service, 10am.

Te Aroha: Civil parade, outside RSA to march to Cenotaph, 10am.

Te Awamutu: Dawn parade, Mutu St, 5.30am.

Te Kauwhata: Parade from the Masonic Hall on Waerenga Rd (10.30am) to the college hall for a memorial service at 11am, followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at the Cenotaph on Mahi Rd. Light lunch at the Lions Club, Mahi Rd.

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Te Kuiti: Dawn service, corner of King St and Taupiri St, 7am.

Thames: Dawn parade, corner of Sealey St and Pollen St, Thames, 6am. Civil parade, followed by service at the Thames War Memorial Civic Centre, Mary St, Thames, 9.45am.

Tokoroa: Dawn service, St John's Hall to Tokoroa Club car park, 5.30am. Civic parade, Tokoroa Court House Bridge St to Tokoroa council building, 8.15am. Citizens' service, Tokoroa South Waikato District Council building, 9am.

Waihi: Civic parade, Seddon St to Memorial Hall, 10.45am. Citizens' service, Memorial Hall, 11am.

Waihi Beach: Dawn service, Waihi Beach RSA, Beach Rd, Waihi, 6am.Whangamata: Civil parade, council offices, Port Rd, Whangamata; this will be followed by a service at Whangamata War Memorial Hall, Port Rd.

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