Cadets and veterans

Remembrance Day: Cloverdale

Cloverdale will see two fly pasts and a host of cadet groups.

Cloverdale will commemorate Remembrance Day with a parade from the local Legion to Museum Square.

Sergeant at Arms Rich Scheller will lead a colour party of the Royal Canadian Legion’s Cloverdale Branch. They will depart from 17567 57th Ave. at 10:35 a.m. for the brief journey to the ceremony site.

Marching along with the legion members will be the RCMP E Division Pipe Band, local first responders, numerous cadet corps, Surrey RCMP and Auxiliary Constables, B.C. Corrections officers, Girl Guides, Scouts, Cubs, and Brownies.

Master of ceremonies Glenn Thomsen will oversee the service, which will include performances by the pipe band and the United Church Choir.

Flypasts will be by the Harvard Canadian Warbirds and the Fraser Blues.

Following the moment of silence and the service, the Legion members will lead everyone back tot he branch building, for entertainment and where refreshments will be sold.

 

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