The program is set for Remembrance Day services in Lake Cowichan. (Gazette file)

The program is set for Remembrance Day services in Lake Cowichan. (Gazette file)

Remembrance Day program for Lake Cowichan

THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION

Lake Cowichan Branch No. 210

REMEMBRANCE DAY PROGRAM

Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017

Lake Cowichan Branch No. 210 of the Royal Canadian Legion cordially invites all members of Branch #210, serving and ex-service personnel, service clubs, fraternal organizations, youth groups and the general public to take part in and/or attend the REMEMBRANCE DAY PARADE AND SERVICE AT THE CENOTAPH ON

SATURDAY, NOVEMEBER 11TH, 2017

MEMBERS SHOULD WEAR LEGION DRESS, BERET AND SERVICE MEDALS.

Brief program

For the parade and service

10:30 a.m.

Parade forms at firehall

10:50 a.m.

Parade moves off in column of route

10:55 a.m.

Parade arrives at the Cenotaph where the ceremony commences

.

GUARD OF HONOUR — The Admiral Mainguy Sea Cadets and the Royal Canadian Air Cadets No. 744 (Cowichan ) Squadron.

MASTER OF CEREMONIES — Mike Eckert

PARADE COMMANDER — Suzanne Jones

PADRE — Rev. Dr. David Stirling

PIPER — Frank Nichol

BAND — Cowichan Valley Pipes & Drums

SINGERS — Cowichan Lake Tenors

FOLLOWING THE SERVICE — Hot chocolate and hot dogs will be provided to participating youth groups in the Lower Hall of the Legion. In the event of adverse weather, youth leaders are asked to ensure their groups are adequately dressed. The health of youths on parade takes precedence over proper dress.

A REQUEST TO MOTORISTS — The Royal Canadian Legion, respectfully request that the motoring public refrain from parking their vehicles on Gordon Road by the Cenotaph and Central Park to South Shore Road the morning of Saturday, Nov. 11, until the ceremony is over.

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