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Clubs, Service Clubs,
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|Emu Park Lions Club|
|Emu Park Golf Club|
|Emu Park Rugby League|
|Coowonga Folk Club|
|Emu Park Bowls Club|
|Emu Park RSL Sub-Branch|
|Anzac Plaza Emu Park|
|Oktoberfest - Emu Park|
|Cockscomb Retreat Vietnam Vets|
|Emu Park Surf Club|
|Emu Park QCWA|
|Emu Park Swimming Club|
|Don Ireland Swimming Pool|
|Emu Park Picnic Markets|
|Festival Of The Wind|
|Cap Coast Rugby Union|
|Treehouse Tavern Fishing Club|
|Bicentennial Oval Emu Park|
|Emu Park Art Gallery|
|Tai Chi - Emu Park|
|Friends Of Emu Park|
|Keppel Coast Girl Guides|
|Capricorn Coast Croquet|
|Yeppoon Capricorn Coast Toastmasters|
|Singing Ship Indoor Bowls|
|Liberty Swing Emu Park|
|Community Bush Care|
|Emu Park Probus Club|
|Keppel Community Band|
|Emu Park Community Cuppa|
|Fitzroy Frogs Triathlon|
|Emu Park Mens Shed|
|Rotary On Capricorn Coast|
|Victory Tennis - Emu Park Tennis Court|
|Friends of Muellervile|
|Cawarral School Of Arts (Hall)|
|Recycling Emu Park-when where|
|Boat Ramps @ Emu Park|
NAME:.. ..........Anzac Plaza - Emu Park
CONTACT: .......For information contact the Emu Park RSL Sub Branch
LOCATION: ......1 Emu Street, Emu Park 4725
POSTAL: ..........As Above
PHONE: ...........4954 6587
EMAIL: .............Email the RSL
Google Earth Co-ordinates: 23°15'28.06"S, 150°49'44.43"E
CENTENARY OF ANZAC PROJECT (ANZAC PLAZA) WAS LAUNCHED Friday 25 July 2014 at the RSL .
The Launch of the Centenary Of Anzac - the Anzac Plaza Project, Emu Park was held today (July 25th 2014) at 10am. Before a good gathering of dignitaries and guests it was announced that the project is officially under way. It is all systems go.
$880,000 was pledged at the Launch by the following: Livingstone Shire Council, Qld State Government, Emu Park Bendigo Community Bank, Homecorp - Ron Bakir, Emu Park RSL, District RSL and Emu Park Lions Club.
This project will be provide a fitting and enduring legacy for generations to come that will commemorate and honour the service and sacrifice of men
& women during WW1
EMU Park RSL president Barry Vains has vowed to keep alive Ross Coulter’s vision.
Mr Vains said Mr Coulter had been a tireless worker, not just for the RSL, but for a number of good causes in Emu Park.
“He had a deep love of Emu Park. The whole community will miss him,” he said.
“I think the RSL will be motivated to get this project done to honour his name and there will be a determination to keep his dream alive.
“The next stage was to have been a promotional campaign toseek support from the community and we will certainly continue with that.”