The Camden Haven community is invited to attend a service in the area to pause and remember the sacrifice of those who fought for our freedom and peace.
On Monday, November 11 services in Kendall and Laurieton will mark the period when the guns on the battlefields fell silent, signifying the end of World War I in 1918.
The services at Laurie Park in Laurieton and at the Kendall War Memorial Park will start at 11am.
People are asked to be early, as the services will begin promptly.
Laurieton RSL Sub Branch president John (Budgie) Parrott said the service will be about 30 minutes and members of the branch will then attend a luncheon at the Laurieton United Services Club.
Kendall RSL sub branch president Lance Gainey said in the case of bad weather the service will be in the Kendall School of Arts building, which is located opposite the park.
Students from Camden Haven schools will attend the services and play an active role in the commemorations.