LAYING A WREATH LCol. Harry Quarton placed a wreath on behalf of the federal government.

Summerland remembers

Despite the cold, overcast day, Summerland’s Remembrance Day ceremony on Nov. 11 was well attended

Summerland’s Remembrance Day ceremony was held in Memorial Park on Nov. 11. Veterans and members of the community attended to pay their respects to those who have died during wars.


REMEMBERING Veterans and members of the Summerland Legion stood at attention during the ceremony.

FLYING OVER Members of the Penticton Flying Club flew over Memorial Park during the Remembrance Day ceremony.

THE LAST POST Rick Papineau, music teacher at Summerland Secondary School, played The Last Post.

A DISPLAY OF WREATHS Wreaths were placed at the cenotaph by various government officials, representatives of veterans, community organizations and businesses.

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