The community is encouraged to stop and remember those who gave their lives in service for the country on November 11 as part of Remembrance Day.
The Griffith RSL sub-branch will conduct a service at the Cenotaph in Memorial Park on Monday to honour those who have died in the line of service.
Griffith RSL sub-branch member Terry Walsh said members of the community are welcome to attend the service.
"It's just to remember all of those that gave their lives for this country," Mr Walsh said.
"[It's] only a short service, traditional service we've had for many years and obviously we'd like to invite as many people along to the service that can make it.
"We always like to say if you cant make it to the service you might like to just have a little reflection at 11am wherever you are.
"A bit of silence and a bit of personal reflection just to remember those 102,000 Australians who have been killed in wars."
The service will get under way at 10.45am on Monday.
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