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The Anzac tradition associated with COVID in Binya is unlikely to go anywhere, even if things return to normal | District News

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The new happy tradition of Anzac celebrated its third year in Binya, and the annual exhibition will take place on the eve of April 25th. In 2020, when Anzac ceremonies were canceled due to COVID-19, many took to the streets and garages to commemorate and honor the memory of soldiers privately. However, the people of Binya have come up with a new way to remember this day. By setting up an exposition with poppies, flags and paintings on the fence of Binya Hall, the residents were able to pay their respects in their own way, while remaining safe from COVID. After 2020, when everything returned to normal, the demonstration of the fence remained and is now a local tradition for Binya. This year, many families came out to contribute to the exhibition with their crafts, including wreaths, paper poppies and paintings. On April 23, families came out to make sure the exhibit was ready for dawn on April 25th. The expansion of the fence has now become a special tradition for Biny, and she is unlikely to go anywhere in the coming years. The Binya community is currently in the process of building its own war memorial, thanks to Mrs. Dorothy Robertson. Mrs. Robertson has compiled a list of more than 100 men and women who have served and will be honored by the museum. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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