Saturday, November 10, 2012


I'm proud to be Canadian
where at least I know I'm free
And I won't forget the men who died
And gave that right to me
(source Sandy Cooper)

The unveiling of the new cenotaph at our town offices took place last Sunday.
Remembering those who have served, and those who are, on November 11.


podso said...

I'm guessing what centograph means .. Tried looking it up. Thanks for a new vocabulary word!

Remembering our veterans. Do you wear the poppies?

Sunray Gardens said...

What a nice tribute for them to put on.
Cher Sunray Gardens

Crafty Gardener said...

A very fitting tribute to the men and women from our country that fought for peace.

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Evening Judith, We have held parades here in England today, to remember the men and women who gave their lives so that we could be free. My husband and his brother marched and placed wreaths at the cenotaph here where we live.
It was a very moving day. Take care, Best Wishes Daphne

Pamela Gordon said...

I think it's wonderful that your town has erected a memorial cenotaph. We have one in the local park out here in the country too and of course in the city. My father served in both world wars.

Beth said...

What a lovely post! I am so thankful too for the gift of peace, and the gift of self, given by our men and women in uniform.

eileeninmd said...

Lovely tribute and post for our Veterans! They need to be remembered. Have a happy week ahead.

Angela McRae said...

I so enjoy reading about all the tributes to veterans, both at home and abroad!


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