Duty of Re­mem­brance

Ulver­ton to re­place hon­our roll plaque

Sherbrooke Record - - REMEMBRANCE DAY -

with the help of many cit­i­zens, we were his year 2018 rep­re­sents an im­por- able to re­trace all the orig­i­nal names of tant mile­stone in modern his­tory. these brave men gone long ago but not On the 11th hour of the 11th day of for­got­ten. Our com­mit­tee un­der­took the 11th month, the ar­mistice docu- the task of re­plac­ing the orig­i­nal bronze ment bring­ing an end to the 1st Great hon­our roll plaque with a black mar­ble War of 1914 – 1918 was signed, a world replica. This new com­mem­o­ra­tive con­flict where Canada ac­tively par­tic­i­pated. plaque will be mounted in the orig­i­nal Many of our sons paid a dear stone lo­cated at the front of the Town price to pre­serve our free­dom, hav­ing Hall. had to face a men­ac­ing ad­ver­sary. The un­veil­ing will take place on Sun­day

In sum­mer 2014, our hon­our roll Nov. 11, Ar­mistice Day, at 11 a.m. at plaque was stolen from its mount­ing the Town Hall. You are cor­dially in­vited stone lo­cated in front of our Town Hall, to be part of this Re­mem­brance Day cel­e­bra­tion. this plaque be­ing the sole re­minder of who these soldiers were. Presently a MP Alain Rayes and deputy MNA sim­ple white wooden cross with the in­scrip­tion An­dré Bac­hand will at­tend this cer­e­mony 1914-1918 marks the date of among other dig­ni­taries this hor­ri­ble con­flict. On this Re­mem­brance Day, we will

Fol­low­ing many months of re­search re­mem­ber them.


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