Where will you be at 11am tomorrow?
Nov 10, 2019 —
Lest we forget. Tomorrow, Remembrance Day, we all come together to honour the fallen. As a sign of respect, and a time for reflection.
This is a respectful honouring of the sons and daughters we have lost, and the thousands of veterans who are still here, and who need us. This is an opportunity to stand with our bravest and let them know we’re here for them.
Please, if you can come down at 10am to these locations, where will gather until the minute of silence at 11am. Wear a yellow armband as a sign of respect. Bring photos of you proud sons and daughters, sisters and brothers, husbands and wives, if you can.
At all times, we will remain respectful. This is not a protest, or an attack on any department, organisation, government, or person. Vets We Forget is veterans, and the families of veterans lost to suicide, coming together to say we need this Royal Commission.
Lest we forget,
Julie-Ann Finney, proud mother of David Stafford Finney
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