The younger generation is well represented during Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Chemainus Cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

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Usual large turnout of young and old for Remembrance Day services in Chemainus

Chemainus Fire Rescue members and other first responders gather on the street for Remembrance Day ceremony. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

The younger generation is well represented during Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Chemainus Cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

The Chemainus Community Band, under the direction of Verla Blogg, performs music at the side of the Chemainus cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Veterans and VIPs have a front-row seat for the proceedings at the Chemainus cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Cadets are always an integral part of Remembrance Day services. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Chemainus Legion 191 colour party starts the march into the cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Pipes and drums provide the fitting sounds of the ceremony. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Wreaths at the ready to be placed. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Chemainus Legion 191 president Len Lavender is assisted by two young guides in the placing of the wreaths. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Susan Beaubier of the Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Wes Everitt’s vantage point of the proceedings. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Legion colour party leads the march away from the cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Checking out the numerous wreaths left at the base of the cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Remembrance Day flypast. (Photo by Marylou Spencer)

Usual large turnout of young and old for Remembrance Day services in Chemainus

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The Chemainus Community Band, under the direction of Verla Blogg, performs music at the side of the Chemainus cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Veterans and VIPs have a front-row seat for the proceedings at the Chemainus cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Cadets are always an integral part of Remembrance Day services. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Chemainus Legion 191 colour party starts the march into the cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Pipes and drums provide the fitting sounds of the ceremony. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Wreaths at the ready to be placed. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Chemainus Legion 191 president Len Lavender is assisted by two young guides in the placing of the wreaths. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Susan Beaubier of the Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Wes Everitt’s vantage point of the proceedings. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Legion colour party leads the march away from the cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Checking out the numerous wreaths left at the base of the cenotaph. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Remembrance Day flypast. (Photo by Marylou Spencer)

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