Join­ing in a day of re­mem­brance in Lewisporte

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The Town of Lewisporte held a Re­mem­brance Day Memo­rial Ser­vice on Nov. 11 that was once again well-at­tended by com­mu­nity mem­bers in hon­our­ing those who serve and have served in the mil­i­tary.

Com­rade Robert Rose, a veteran of the Sec­ond World War, and Ruth Rose brought for­ward a wreath in mem­ory of fallen com­rades and Pleas­antview Manor dur­ing the Re­mem­brance Day cer­e­mony in Lewisporte on Nov. 11.

KAREN WELLS PHO­TOS/THE PI­LOT

Adam Bax­ter played the “Last Post” lead­ing up to the two min­utes of si­lence and a time of reflection on the ser­vice and sac­ri­fice of those who serve or have served in the mil­i­tary.

Calvin Fudge laid a wreath in mem­ory of Com­rade Les Ginn.

John and Neil Heath laid a wreath in mem­ory of Com­rade Goward Heath, Sec­ond World War Royal Navy.

Mem­bers of the 617 Dam­busters Air Cadet Squadron pa­rade to the ceno­taph in Lewisporte.

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