ACT ATOD Sector Alert - 2013 Remembrance Ceremony
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18th Annual Remembrance Ceremony
‘for those who have lost their life to illicit drugs'

This will be the 18th year that the Canberra Community gathers to remember those who have lost their lives to illicit drugs. This event is coordinated by Families and Friends for Drug Law Reform (FFDLR). All are welcome to attend this event.

Date: Monday 21 October 2013
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Location: The dedicated memorial located on the right of Weston Park Road opposite the Prescott Lane Junction, Weston Park, Yarralumla

Music by Strange Weather Choir
Refreshments will be served following the ceremony

Speakers include
  • Senator Richard Di Natale, Australian Greens
  • Suzanne McGhie, parent who has lost a child

Reading of names

If you have a family member or friend who has lost their life to illicit drugs and would like them remembered by name at the ceremony please phone Marion on (02) 6254 2961 or email

For more information

See the flyer, visit the FFDLR website, call (02) 6254 2961 or email

Contact ATODA:

Phone: (02) 6255 4070
Fax: (02) 6255 4649
Mail: PO Box 7187,
Watson ACT 2602
Visit: 350 Antill St. Watson

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The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA) is the peak body representing the non-government and government alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) sector in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). ATODA seeks to promote health through the prevention and reduction of the harms associated with ATOD. 

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