Ceres Memorial Gates
Location: Cochranes Road, Ceres Reserve, Ceres
The Acting Premier, Mr Old, unveiled the memorial gates to the Ceres reserve on Wednesday 9th June, 1937. On one of the pillars to the gates is the inscription “In memory of the pioneers of the district” and the inscription on the other pillar is “In memory of the district soldiers who served in the Great War”. The chairman of the trustees, Councillor S.H. McCann acknowledged the residents gift of the gates. Messers McArthur M.L.C. and A. McDonald, M.L.A. responded on behalf of the soldiers.
The Argus (Melbourne) Thursday 10 June 1937, page 12
Location: Wheatsheaf & McCann Streets, Ceres Temperance Hall, Ceres
On Sunday afternoon Chaplain-Captain Neville unveiled an honour roll in the Temperance Hall of the district members of the I.O.R. Lodge who have enlisted during the war. Geelong Advertiser, Tuesday 7 January, 1919, page 5