To mark the centenary of the Gallipoli landing, Glennie held a Special Communion Service on ANZAC Day – in the Chapel. This was to emulate what is believed to be the first Dawn Service held in a Church – conducted by a First World War, Church of England Army Padre in Albany, WA in 1930. Colonel Rob Crowe along with his daughter and Glennie girl Annaliese Crowe laid a wreath within the Chapel to mark the occasion. The Parents and Friends’ Association welcomed attendees to join them for breakfast after the service. Here are some photos captured at breakfast.
Images via The Glennie School