POPPIES POP UP AGAIN The annual poppy campaign is officially underway for 2019 after Chemainus Legion 191 president Len Lavender pins the first one on Dave Munro in a ceremonial gesture. Poppies will be available around town at various locations in the days leading up to the Nov. 11 service at the Chemainus cenotaph. (Photo by Pete Cavanaugh)

Poppy campaign for 2019 in Chemainus underway

Munro the first recipient in Friday ceremony

POPPIES POP UP AGAIN

The annual poppy campaign is officially underway for 2019 after Chemainus Legion 191 president Len Lavender pins the first one on Dave Munro in a ceremonial gesture. Poppies will be available around town at various locations in the days leading up to the Nov. 11 service at the Chemainus cenotaph. (Photo by Pete Cavanaugh)

Munro the first recipient in Friday ceremony

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