On 11 November, 1918 the guns in Europe fell silent and the Treaty of Versailles was signed signifying the end of hostilities, the end of World War 1. The 11 November, 2018 is the commemoration of 100 years since the end of World War 1.
The 100th Anniversary of the signing of the Armistice is a deserving celebration and our Sub-branch voted in February 2018 to support Blacktown City Council in a combined service involving Seven- Hills Toongabbie RSL, Blacktown RSL, Riverstone – Schofields RSL and Rooty Hill RSL Sub-branches. These are the arrangements for the day;
Sunday 11 November, 2018
Richmond Road, Blacktown
As parking at the venue is limited two free buses will shuttle members and guests to and from the Showground Precinct where the event will be held. These buses can shift about 100 people each trip. The first bus will leave Seven Hills Toongabbie RSL Club at 9:15am and again at 9:45am and 10:15am. At the conclusion of the service these buses will return people to the club.
There will be seating under cover for about 500 people. This area will be reserved for Sub-Branch members and guests.
For those willing there will be a short march to begin the event commencing around 10:45am.
On the return bus trip members and guests will be provided with a luncheon ticket to enable them to have a meal up to the value of $25. Sub-branch members will also receive food and drink vouchers.