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Bow Island pays respects to fallen and serving soldiers

Posted on November 17, 2015 by 40 Mile Commentator
Cst. Andrew Crouse leads the Colour Guard at the Remebrance Day service at the Bow Island Royal Canadian Legion.
Cst. Andrew Crouse leads the Colour Guard at the Remebrance Day service at the Bow Island Royal Canadian Legion.

Cst. Andrew Crouse leads the Colour Guard at the Remebrance Day service at the Bow Island Royal Canadian Legion.

Legion chaplain, Sheila McLeod and Legion president, Gordon McCormick review the scheduled events prior to the service last Wednesday.

Legion chaplain, Sheila McLeod and Legion president, Gordon McCormick review the scheduled events prior to the service last Wednesday.

Proudly dressed in her Brownie uniform, Shelbi Walsh delivers a wreath to the cenotaph.

Proudly dressed in her Brownie uniform, Shelbi Walsh delivers a wreath to the cenotaph.

County of Forty Mile councilor Gerald Reimer, along with Paul and Betty Schaufele, join in singing the hymn, "Abide with Me".

County of Forty Mile councilor Gerald Reimer, along with Paul and Betty Schaufele, join in singing the hymn, “Abide with Me”.

Cst. Andrew Crouse from the Bow Island/Foremost RCMP detachment salutes during the start of the service.

Cst. Andrew Crouse from the Bow Island/Foremost RCMP detachment salutes during the start of the service.

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