THE Creswick Museum will portray stories of the Anzacs at its newest exhibition.
They Answered the Call will open on Saturday, telling stories of the soldiers and nurses from Creswick who answered the call to help their country.
The Creswick State School honour rollboard has been restored after a federal grant and will be exhibited with the 240 names of past pupils from the school and North Creswick School who enlisted in World War I.
There will also be 240 poppies honouring the former pupils, which have been made by volunteers.
Exhibition curator Margaret Fullwood said the it was only a part of the museum commemorating the centenary of World War I.
“We hope to publish a book mid-year, with letters sent from the front which were in the Creswick Advertiser.”
The museum hasreopened with the exhibition after temporarily closing.
The museum will be open until August, at the Creswick Town Hall. It will open onweekends and public holidays, as well as each day in theweek leading up to Anzac Day.
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