Joining in a day of remembrance in Lewisporte
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.
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.