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Lest we forget

The public were invited to place their poppies at the base of the Lake Country cenotaph following the Remembrance Day ceremony.   - Barry Gerding/Capital News
The public were invited to place their poppies at the base of the Lake Country cenotaph following the Remembrance Day ceremony.
— image credit: Barry Gerding/Capital News

Remembrance Day ceremonies were held across the Central Okanagan on Sunday, Nov. 11.

Ceremonies were held at the City Park cenotaph in Kelowna and at George Elliot

Secondary School in Lake Country.

Legion members manned colour guards, and joined current members of Canadian Armed Forces, as well as RCMP and emergency first responders to march through the streets to reach cenotaphs where wreaths were laid in memory of all who have served in military armed combat.

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