PEOPLE wishing to pay their respects on Remembrance Day across the Wimmera are sure to find a service near them.
Services have been organised in Horsham, Stawell, Ararat, Dimboola, Nhill, Minyip, Edenhope, Kaniva, Warracknabeal, Murtoa, Birchip, and St Arnaud.
Horsham will host two Remembrance Day services starting with a 10.45am service at Sawyer Park. Event MC Don Pirouet said it would include readings by Horsham College school captains.
There will also be a "going down of the sun" service at Horsham's Anzac Centenary Bridge from 7.30pm.
In Ararat there will be a short service at the war memorial from 11am, followed by light refreshments at the RSL.
In Stawell there will be a ceremony outside the library from 11am.
The Remembrance Day service at Dimboola will take place in the RSL club rooms from 10.45am.
Dimboola RSL president Ivan Jones said he would lead the service and invited those attending to stay for lunch afterwards.
Nhill RSL president Henry Berry said would be a service at the cenotaph in Goldsworthy Park from 10.45am.
"The great attraction this year will be the wonderful job Pam Deckert and Rosie Clark have done with the poppy display," he said.
Minyip RSL secretary Peter Burns said a service would take place from 11am in the town's centre square with a couple of readings from school students.
Edenhope's service will start at 10.45am at the cenotaph, and will include the laying of wreaths.
Kaniva RSL president Roderick McIntyre said people could gather at the war memorial from 10.50am for a small service from 11am.
In Warracknabeal there will be a service with wreath laying outside the post office from 10.45am.
Murtoa RSL president Brian Hamilton said there would be a short service including a minute's silence and the ode at the memorial gates from 11am.
In Birchip there will be a short service at the cenotaph at 11am. Birchip RSL president Geoffery Smith invited attendees to attend a lunch at the RSL following the service.
"We owe our servicemen and women a great credit," he said.
In St Arnaud there will be an 11am service at the war memorial including a wreath laying.
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