UPDATE, FRIDAY 9.30AM: About 35 people attended the Woodvale's dawn service at the Woodvale Memorial Avenue.
A wreath was laid by Kevin Priest, a descendant of one of Woodvale's fallen servicemen.
A new plaque featuring photos and stories of the Woodvale fallen was unveiled, along with a collage of pictures of their actual graves in France.
The service also included a rendition of the poem In Flanders Fields.
A PLAQUE to commemorate the lives of Woodvale's fallen servicemen will be unveiled on Friday.
The tribute will be unveiled at a dawn service at the Woodvale Memorial Avenue, in front of the community hall in Daly Road.
The plaque features photos of seven men and a short snippet about their lives.
The plaque was made possible with a grant worth $1100 from Saluting Their Service and a $700 contribution from the Bendigo District RSL.
Woodvale Hall Committee member David Vaughan donated a collage of photos.
The dawn service will also include the placement of a Lone Pine Tree from Gallipoli.
The dawn service will start at 6am and will be followed by a free sausage sizzle in the hall.
Read more about the tribute plaque in Saturday's Bendigo Advertiser.