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Proston Memorial Club Rooms were erected in memory of those who served. The club rooms were opened on the 26th March 1954 by Sir Raymond Huish, President of the RSL.
A public meeting in Proston decided hand over the funds of the Proston District Memorial Club Rooms Committee to the Proston R.S.L. Sub-branch, to be placed to the credit of the R.S.L. Memorial Club Rooms account. R.S.L. members have been concerned at the lack of interest shown, and desired to organise the raising of money. They now will be able to do so. A site in Collingwood Street Proston, has been donated by Mr. Andrew Ley in memory of his two sons, who made the supreme sacrifice in the last war.
The Courier-Mail, 23rd December 1949.
|Address:||Collingwood Street, Proston, 4613|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -26.163961|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 26th March, 1954|