In remembrance

in remembrance

Sam Odrowski

The 1st Fort Frances Sparks and Brownies (above) laid a wreath at the local cenotaph during the annual Remembrance Day ceremony on Sunday to pay their respects to Canada’s fallen. Fort High student Katelyn Bruyere (top right) recited “In Flanders Fields,” the famous poem written by Lt.-Col. John McCrae, while Roger Dolyny (below right) sang “O Canada” and the “Star Spangled Banner” at the beginning of the ceremony, then also sang “God Save the Queen” prior to the laying of the wreaths and crosses. The Fort Frances Legion Br. #29’s Colour Party (below) opened the ceremony by marching in.