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School children were among those to mark Remembrance Day at an early service in Endeavour Hills.
The Dandenong-Cranbourne RSL Sub-Branch held the event at the Endeavour Hills Peace Memorial on Wednesday 8 November ahead of it service at Dandenong’s Pillars of Freedom on Remembrance Day itself, on Saturday 11 November.
The St Paul Apostle North, James Cook and Thomas Mitchell primary schools had students in attendance, alongside veterans, MPs, and City of Greater Dandenong Band members.
Remembrance Day marks the end of World War I.

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