Kumbia School of Arts WWI Honour Board

Location of Kumbia School of Arts WWI Honour Board

29-31 Bell Street
Kumbia QLD 4610

Timber three panelled Honour Board dedicated to the individuals of Kumbia and District who served during the First World War. The Board lists 21 men who made the supreme sacrifice and recognition of the service of 74 other individuals.The Board consists of a common column and pediment facade and displays twin flags at the top and gold painted lettering.

Inscription

1914 [Flags] 1918

ROLL OF HONOUR

[NAMES] SUPREME [NAMES]

SACRIFICE

[NAMES]

FOR KING AND COUNTRY

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Honour board
Commemorative services held
ANZAC Day services are held at the Hall and the building has traditionally been used on a variety of commemorative occasions. The Catafalque Party is represented by members of the Australian Defence Force from the Oakey Aviation Base.
Additional information

The School of Arts was built in 1922 in memory of the 'Fallen' from the district and has remained a central meeting place for the community in the area. The first ANZAC Day service was held at the School of Arts in 1929.

Recorded by
Gayle Carroll, Secretary, Kumbia and District Memorial School of Arts
Date recorded
10 December 2009

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