As we’re all basically house-bound during Anzac Day this year due to the virus pandemic, Louise has videoed and edited 2 Anzac Day Services from 2018. Feel free to watch and share.
Head Trainer Ashley Cupitt is the Parade Marshall at the Day Service. Trainer Louise Anderson-Clemence sings the Australian and New Zealand Anthems and Boxer Raymond Cupitt plays the Bugle at both Services.
Dawn Service at the Afghanistan Avenue of Honour 2018 https://youtu.be/7OrWOZhJF-U
Day Service at Yungaburra Cenotaph 2018 https://youtu.be/xwulw3IWijw
May you be as adventurous as these chickens. 🙂
We have a Kangaroo on the left and a Tree Kangaroo on the right, a mix of random fruit and veg, hot cross buns, ferns and chickens.
Photo by Louise anderson-Clemence, with help from Ashley Cupitt. Chicks of course wanted to run around!
Due to today’s update (Friday 20th March 2020) and legal restrictions for Australia that have been told to us on the news & social media by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, we must abide by the new rules and temporarily shut down the Boxing Academy.
PM said “We agreed to further rules today regarding indoor, non-essential gatherings. What we are now moving to is an arrangement for gatherings of less than 100, is that they would be four square metres provided per person in an enclosed space, in a room. So that’s 2m by 2m.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5loM2faULp8
Stay safe, sane and well during this virus pandemic.
We will keep you updated if there are any changes. Feel free to contact us.
We are very excited to announce that Trainer Ashley Cupitt has received the award – Order of Australia Medal (OAM)!! For service to the community of Yungaburra, and to Boxing.
Ashley will receive his medal during a presentation at Government House in April or May.