The commemorative rocks.

14th September.


Some of the brass plaques went on today.

"Rambo", or also known as Greg Bailey, drilling into the Big Jacks creek school rock.
Mounting the brass plaque at the hall.
The rock just needs a bit of a tidy up and it's finished.

9th September.


The Warrah hall commemorative rock is in place.

One and a half tonnes of basalt rock.
Getting the foundations right.
Peter Doyle on the shovel.
Almost finished.

4th September.


Big Jacks Creek school basalt commemorative rock goes in.

Earl Kelaher and Malcolm Chad, preparing the site.
Malcolm and Earl positioning the rock.
Just about finished. L-R. Earl Kelaher, Geoff barwick, and Neil Barwick.

2nd September.


The tollbar commemorative rock.


The tollbar commemorative rock is in.

Geoff and Earl on the cement mixer.
L-R. Marg Kelaher, Earl Kelaher and Geoff Barwick.
Some of the committee members checking out the basalt rock that will go in at the hall.

10th July.

The commemorative rocks.

More work has been done getting hold of some big basalt rocks.

Steve, Barry and Neil, hard at it.
A fine collection of basalt rocks. Safe at Earls place. And no one is likely to steal them!

2nd June.

Na, what about the one behind ya Earl?

Apparently there is a few old blokes getting around, looking for and checking out some basalt rocks. There will be a big main rock for the commemorative plaque at the hall, plus another smaller one at the old 'Big Jacks creek' school site, the Warrah creek school site and maybe even a few others.

They are big blokes, and they have big loaders, and big trucks, so expect something big.

Stay tuned.

Helen Copeland 15.09.2013 05:19

Hard and dedicated work so future generations can locate and remember historic sites..sincere thanks to all involved.

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