St George Pilots Memorial
Two sandstone tablets and a sandstone plinth with bronze plaques. Positioned on a paved platform. Dedicated to the service of two local WWII RAAF Pilots from the St George area.
Centre plinth reads:
The Pilots Memorial
Officially Dedicated on 8th March, 2003 by the Hon. Bruce Scott MP, Federal Member for Maranoa and Minister for Veterans Affairs 1996 - 2001
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- Conflicts commemorated
- Second World War, 1939–1945
- Unit memorials
- Memorial type
- Commemorative services held
The ANZAC Day programme in St.George:
6.00am - Dawn Service at Cenotaph St. Georges Terrace followed by breakfast at St George RSL.
9.00am - Cemetery - laying of flowers on the graves of ex-service personnel and a short service.
9.30am - War Memorial service at St George Hospital with the reading of names of all the personnel from the district who died on active service during the First and Seconde World Wars, Korea and Vietnam.
10.00am - Assembly: corner Henry Street and St Georges Terrace for 10.30am march to the Cenotaph, St Georges Terrace
11am - Community ANZAC Day Service at Cenotaph.
12 Noon - RSL Luncheon for ex-service personnel and invited guests.
Contact: Terry Salmon, Secretary/Treasurer, St George RSL Sub-Branch - Ph (M) 0427 799 362 or Ph 07 4625 3178 - email: email@example.com
- Recorded by
- Shirley and Trevor McIvor/Terry Salmon, St George RSL Sub Branch
- Date recorded
- 19 February 2009