Nyngan Health Service is asking the community to help them honour the Anzacs by making a poppy.
Specifically, the health services wants to acknowledge Rae Bywater, a nurse in the Australian Army in World War II and Elwyn Trothe, who has also served with the army.
Ms Bywater was too young to serve overseas at the time and so was stationed at the returned soldier's hospital at Baulkham Hills. She cared for soldiers who had lost arms and legs during the war.
As well as serving, Mr Trothe led the community's Anzac service for many years.
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For both residents, this will be the first year they're unable to attend an Anzac Day service.
The Nyngan Health Service is asking members of the community to make a poppy and drop it in, to share the region's community spirit with the residents.
Poppies can be made out of any material and the health service also encourages messages of support.
The poppies need to be dropped in by 4pm on Friday, April 24.