Remembrance Day Ceremonies at the Nanaimo Cenotaph

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					    Remembrance Day
Ceremonies at the Nanaimo
       Cenotaph
          By Luke
      November 10, 2009
Walking from the
bus to the
Cenotaph or War
Memorial.
We are
ready to
start!
We are getting
ready for the
ceremonies.
The assembly is off to a good start so far.
The guitarists and the rest of Fairview School sing
O Canada.
Mrs. Currie plays ‘Farewell to Nova Scotia’ on her guitar.
Fairview choir sings ‘Farewell to Nova Scotia’.
Remembrance Day is
for getting together to
celebrate how the
soldiers fought for us.
Ms. Wilson playing her guitar and leading ‘Will you
remember me?’
Everybody having fun
singing their heart out in
the rain.
I’ve got a little wheel turning in my heart!
Alex protects the veteran with his
umbrella. Everybody is being
respectful and listening carefully.
The young people who fight
for our country and for us.
A veteran
who fought
for us in
WWII.
Grade 7
students
recited In
Flanders
Fields.
Getting ready to leave the cenotaph after laying
the first wreath.
Bringing up the Remembrance Wreaths.
Sasha played The Last
Post while the church
bells tolled 11:00.
Wrapping up our ceremony with Mrs. Currie and
Mr. Padgham.
Thank you for coming
everyone. Thank you
Alex and Tasha for doing
an excellent job as
Masters of this
ceremony.

				
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