101 years ago the tradition, remembering the sacrifice and efforts of our old boys in World War 1

By OBHS Foundation | Posted: Tuesday May 10, 2016

The ceremony began with a procession from Arthur Street Park. Boys carried crosses to remember our 35 old boys who died in battle at Gallipoli. They passed through the Arch of Remembrance, a memorial to all of our old boys who died in the First World War. The old school bell was rung 35 times to acknowledge each fallen student. The ceremony ended with the playing of the last post by Mosese Fosita.


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