May 1 2014 - 4:30AM GALLERY: Throwback Thursday - May 1, 2004 Throwback GalleriesfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments GALLERY: Throwback Thursday - May 1, 2004 Gary Taylor, a bronze coloured living statue, busking on Warrnambool's Liebig Street.Dignitaries and service organisation representatives with wreaths in hand at the Warrnambool ANZAC Day memorial service.Member for South West Denis Napthine laying a wreath.Warrnambool vs South Warrnambool on ANZAC Day at Reid oval. Year 10 Warrnambool College student Leah O'Keefe plays The Last Post at the HFNL Anzac Day match. Warrnambool player Paddy Dwyer with his son Lachie, 3, on the left with war veteran Morris Amoore, who tossed the coin for the captains at the start of the game.Helen Sutherland with daycare children Piper Bos, 3, Rose McGrath-Chedgey, 3, Piper Cameron, 4, and Maddison Bos, 3.William Nolan with his children Mardi-Rose, 2, Samuel, 11, and Jaydn, 7. William rode Spandanza for a win at Moonee Valley on the weekend. Terang Neighbourhood Watch program. South West TAFE Childrens services student Catherine White plays with Ella Crichton, 2, from Warrnambool.Warrnambool Wolves junior soccer academy.Jason Boyle, 17, Josh Lourey, 13, Tim Mackinnon, 15, from Terang College showing of their skating skills. Greg Lane of Mepunga East has produced two songs on a CD to help raise money for cancer. He was diagnosed with myelona and b-cell Lymphoma and is in recovery.Painters Tony Lunn and Shane Mahony from Hammonds paints, painting new Tozer Road double jumps after the bright yellow colour spooked the horses. Former Woodford primary school student Nancy Moore, 90, with school captains Zoe Brind, 11, and Liam Barling, 11.Woodford Primary School grade one students Ella Timms, 6, Georgia Creece, 6, and Tayla Scriven, 6, in front of the 150th anniversary year tiled wall - painted by students.King's College year nine students Amy Ward and Laura King with teacher Elisa Broadbent.King's College year nine students Josh Parker and Steven Broadley with teacher Matt Jellie.Mortlake Mentor program launch held at Proudfoots on the river.Lawyer Cherieanne Lenehan from Stringer and Clark, with year 10 student Kristy Lehmann at the Mortlake Mentor program launch held at Proudfoots on the River.Warrnambool city engineer Don Allen wants to stop public cars from driving on the breakwater. Merrivale 400 gamer Peter 'Stacker' Davies with his children, from left Jessica, 13, Michael, 10, and Melissa, 14.Marty Gilchrist at Warrnambool's first screening of The Passion of the Christ (vox pop). Koroit Primary School grade 3/4 students have made a giant snake for the street procession at the Koroit Irish festival.Greyhound trainers Jocka and Judy Baillie.Andrea Senior, 11, and Tali Morrissey, 10, dressed up for the Woodford Primary School 150th anniversary.Richard Falkner and Barry McVilly at the Warrnambool saleyards.Fun4Kids volunteer Gayle Payne.Penny White with her children Brooke, 8, Dale, 6, old Casey, 3, from Pomberneit North, have spent time in the Royal Womens hospital in Melbourne.Lew Matthews from Cobden is building a Ultralight two seater plane in his backyard. Darcy Leishman, 10, Darcy Walsh, 10, and Michael Foster, 11, go to school at Simpson.Heidi O'Neill of Warrnambool, with Horney Toads performing at the Koroit Irish Festival 2004.Matthew Webster, 7, of Koroit dressed up for the festival.Snakes made by Koroit Primary School in the street procession.Old Collegians vs Dennington.North Warrnambool Eagles vs Camperdown. TweetFacebook of #ThrowbackThursday - #TBT photosfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "GALLERY: Throwback Thursday - May 1, 2004" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.