The timber hall with a galvanised roof is located on the Bruxner Highway.
A public meeting was held in the McKees Hill Hall on Wednesday 21 May 1947 to consider construction of a memorial hall. A Memorial Hall Committee was formed and advertised for subscribers. The earlier hall was called Tomki Hall.
The Northern Star, 29 May 1948 advertised a general meeting to be followed by a committee meeting 'on the 4 June, 1948 at 8pm, to finalise transfer and rebuilding of the hall, as consent has been granted to rebuild'. The Soldiers Memorial Hall was officially opened on Wednesday 20 September 1950.
The Northern Star, 20 September 1950 stated 'the hall has been constructed as a memorial to those men of the district who paid the supreme sacrifice in the two World Wars'. It was completed mainly by volunteer labour and contained a supper room and kitchenette.
Today a distinctive large timber 'McKees Hill Honour Roll 1939-1945' is located in the hall and commemorates those from the McKees Hill area who served in World War Two.
CLOVASS - McKEES HILL
SOLDIERS MEMORIAL HALL
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