Remembrance Day 2010

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Published on November 15, 2010

Ludwick Reid places a wreath in memory of his first cousin Armemius Reid, who served in the Newfoundland Forestry Unit, Home Guard, during World War II.

Published on November 15, 2010

Even the youngest residents were out to pay their respects. Destiny Fillier places a poppy on the town cenotaph.

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Father Devas Varghese delivers the sermon to the crowd at the Remembrance Day service in Conche last week.

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Seargant Randy Freeborn and local Rangers march to the cenotaph in Conche.

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Alex Barney and his dad Perry. The pair laid a wreath for Alex's great-great-grandfather, John Charles Barney, of L'Anse au Loup, who served in WWI.

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The Canadian Rangers at attention at the war memorial in L'Anse au Clair.

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RCMP Constable Laura Melanson at the Remembrance Day ceremony in L'Anse au Clair.

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A few hundred people turned out in glorious weather last Thursday to take part in the official Remembrance Day commemoration service in St Anthony.

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Gordon Colbourne, George Carroll, Gerald Cull and Cyril Street listen to the service in St Anthony.

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Ryan, Heidi and Kirk Noel bow their heads in reflection of the lives lost in all world conflicts.

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Loomis Fowler (left) and wife Millicent Fowler (centre) with wreaths they are about to lay to honour fallen soldiers.

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Eldon Patey and Bruce Dunphy trudge up the hill leading to the St Anthony cenotaph last Thursday.

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Emma Reardon lays a wreath among the many that were laid during Thursday’s service.

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Matthew Humby, of the 285 Leif Eriksen Sea Cadets standing at ease at the St Anthony cenotaph last Thursday during the Remembrance Day commemoration service.

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Anglican Reverend Ralph Moore delivers a stirring speech to the large crowd at the St Anthony cenotaph last Thursday.

Images from services across the Northern Peninsula and Southern Labrador to recognize our soldiers.

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