GALLERY: Jindabyne's mark of respect

Charley Burns with a photo of his Granddad.

Charley Burns with a photo of his Granddad.

Jindabyne Scouts on Anzac Day.

Jindabyne Scouts on Anzac Day.

Molly Nicholl reading to the crowd at the Jindabyne Anzac Day service.

Molly Nicholl reading to the crowd at the Jindabyne Anzac Day service.

Richard Crispin reciting a poem.

Richard Crispin reciting a poem.

Thredbo firefighters, new recruit Joe, Spike Milliken and Dave Kuhn.

Thredbo firefighters, new recruit Joe, Spike Milliken and Dave Kuhn.

Student Jack Crispin bringing out the wreath.

Student Jack Crispin bringing out the wreath.

Ex-service personnel and family members at the Jindabyne Anzac Day service.

Ex-service personnel and family members at the Jindabyne Anzac Day service.

Sailors from HMAS Albatross, Nowra took part in the Jindabyne Anzac Day service.

Sailors from HMAS Albatross, Nowra took part in the Jindabyne Anzac Day service.

UNDER clear, Autumn skies, hundreds turned out in Jindabyne to mark Anzac Day and honour past and present servicemen and women.

Ninty-nine years since soldiers landed on the shores of Gallipoli, residents stood as one as the Last Post sounded, a reminder to never forget the sacrifices made during war.

Last Friday was a chance to pay tribute to those who gave their lives for the freedom we enjoy today.

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