Kumbia School of Arts WWII Honour Board
Timber three panelled Honour Board dedicated to the individuals of Kumbia and District who served during the Second World War. The Board lists 4 Royal Australian Navy, 51 Australian Imperial Forces, 13 Royal Australian Air Force, 15 Australian Military Forces, 2 Women's Auxilliary Air Force and 4 Australian Women's Army Service individuals. The Board also lists 5 individuals who made the supreme sacrifice during the war. The Board consists of a common column and pediment facade and displays twin flags at the top and gold painted lettering.
1939 [Flags] 1945
ROLL OF HONOUR
Service [NAMES] in order of precedence
FOR KING AND COUNTRY
- Conflicts commemorated
- Second World War, 1939–1945
- 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