Anzac Day services will be held in various townships across the district on Thursday, April 25.
Dawns services will be held at Ulladulla and Lake Conjola while Milton and the Bawley Point and Kioloa townships will host services before noon.
The Milton Ulladulla Sub-Branch is getting ready to mark what will be two important Anzac Day events.
The Dawn Service, from 5.45am, in front of the memorial at the Ex-Servos Club on the Princes Highway, tomorrow, April 25, is sure to be hauntingly beautiful.
In Milton, assemble at the intersection of the Princes Highway and Church Street at 10.00am for the march to commence at 10.30am along the Princes Highway to Milton Cenotaph.
A barbecue fundraiser will be held at The Star Hotel, Milton from 2pm. All proceeds will go Soldier On - a group that offers support to the Australian Defence Force, Australian Federal Police, Australian Border Force, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and other security agencies.
In Bawley Point/Kioloa, assemble at the Kioloa Community Hall by 10.45am for 11am start. Ian Mason is the piper, Luke Cameron is the bugler and guests from the Navy will be in attendance.
Light supper will be provided afterwards.
In Lake Conjola, a dawn service will start at 6am at the Lake Conjola Bowling Club. Breakfast will follow, $10 for adults, children under 12 free. Two-up from 1 to 5pm.