Remembrance Day schedules:

A listing of events commemorating Remembrance Day including Trail, Fruitvale, Rossland and Salmo

Trail

-10:30 a.m. march from the Fortis Building to the Cenotaph.

-10:45 a.m. singing of “O Canada” with Major Wilf Harbin leading in prayer and Reverend Meridyth Robertson giving the Address. WWII veteran May Batch and Sgt. Shane Batch will read the Honour Roll

-11 a.m. Last Post followed by two minutes of silence.

-United Church will have refreshments for parade participants after the service. Everyone is invited to the Legion for hot stew and a day of entertainment from the Trail Maple Leaf Band, Trail Pipe Band at 2 p.m., Highland dancers at 2:30 p.m. and Steps Dance Company at 3:30 p.m.

Fruitvale

-10:45 a.m. Honour guard march to the Cenotaph and singing of “O Canada,” with Minister Kent Maddigan officiating, followed by a service and two minutes of silence. Courtesy lunch at the Fruitvale Memorial Hall will follow laying of the wreaths. Everyone welcome.

Rossland

-10 a.m. service held at the Royal Canadian Legion hall with Reverend Ken Siemens officiating.

-10:45 march to the Cenotaph.

-11 a.m. Last Post followed by two minutes of silence and laying of wreaths.

-Noon, activities shift back to the Legion hall with hot stew, and music by the Trail Pipe Band, Golden City Fiddlers, the Harmaniacs and Katie Shaw dancers.

Salmo

– Saturday, Legion banquet to honour veterans, call 357-9516 to rsvp

-10:30 a.m. parade of Legion members, air cadets and girl guides through town and back to Cenotaph

-11 a.m. Last Post followed by two minutes of silence and laying of wreaths

-11:15 ceremony moves inside Legion hall and includes service by Reverend Doug Lewis, followed by refreshments.

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