Remembrance Day Thursday

  • Nov. 10, 2004 6:00 p.m.

Remembrance Day ceremonies will be held in several island communities Thursday November 11.

Masset
In Masset, there will be a Remembrance Day service at the community hall, followed by a march to the legion. Everybody is welcome. Gather at the hall at 10 o’clock.

Port Clements
At procession begins at 10:25 am at the museum, and arrives at St. Mark’s Church, where wreaths will be placed on the cenotaph and a moment of silence observed. Refreshments available inside the church building after the ceremony.

Queen Charlotte
In Queen Charlotte, there will be a parade around the block, starting at the legion, followed by a service at the cenotaph, which starts at 11 am. To participate, meet at the legion at 10:45. Following the service, there will be a gathering at the community hall with lunch followed by a potluck supper. Refreshments will be sold and music will be provided.

Sandspit
Sandspit starts the day with a breakfast for veterans, at 8:30 am at the golf course. Following that, there’s a parade from SuperValu, starting at 10:30, to the cenotaph at the airport for the ceremony starting at about 10:45. There will also a reception at the community hall starting at 11:30 am

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