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Youth of Aldergrove remember

As cadets stood on guard at the cenotaph outside the Aldergrove Legion branch, young people who attended the Remembrance Day service laid down their poppies. Attendance at the annual event in Aldergrove was once again impressive, as people of the area took time to remember on Nov. 11. The photographer noted that many people worked behind the scenes to put the entire event together. - Fred Trzaskowski/Special to The Times
As cadets stood on guard at the cenotaph outside the Aldergrove Legion branch, young people who attended the Remembrance Day service laid down their poppies. Attendance at the annual event in Aldergrove was once again impressive, as people of the area took time to remember on Nov. 11. The photographer noted that many people worked behind the scenes to put the entire event together.
— image credit: Fred Trzaskowski/Special to The Times
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