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Picture of the Week

In honour of Remembrance Day, the Comox Legion hosted a candlelight tribute overnight on the evening of Nov. 11. An honour guard of members from the 1726 Canadian Scottish Army Cadet Corps, aged 12 to 18, was posted at the Comox cenotaph for a dusk-to-dawn vigil. Every hour on the hour, starting at sundown, two cadets would take their post and stand a silent vigil until relieved by two others. E-mail your Picture of the Week submissions to editor@comoxvalleyrecord.com. - Scott Park
In honour of Remembrance Day, the Comox Legion hosted a candlelight tribute overnight on the evening of Nov. 11. An honour guard of members from the 1726 Canadian Scottish Army Cadet Corps, aged 12 to 18, was posted at the Comox cenotaph for a dusk-to-dawn vigil. Every hour on the hour, starting at sundown, two cadets would take their post and stand a silent vigil until relieved by two others. E-mail your Picture of the Week submissions to editor@comoxvalleyrecord.com.
— image credit: Scott Park
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