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JOE WYNNE BRANCH 51, Edson, Alberta

NOVEMBER 11, 2015VEMBER 11, 2015

SERVICE Wednesday, November 11ERVICE Wednesday, November 11

Advance Colours - 10:50 a.m.
Welcome - President Gerald Forbes
O' Canada - Vanier Vocal Choir
Last Post - Bugler - Annette McGill
Wave of Silence/Poppy Drop -
Two Minute of Silence for Our Honoured War Heroes
Reveille - Bugler - Annette McGill
Act of Remembrance - President Gerald Forbes
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn;
At the going down of the sun, and in the morning;
We will remember them.”
Response - “We will remember them.”
Amazing Grace - Edson Pipes and Drums
Sgt.-at-Arms - Jim Pitt - “Colour Party Will Retire”
“Honoured Son” - Ladies Auxiliary
“Remembering The Fallen Ones”
Roll Call for Laying of the Wreaths
“In Flanders Fields”- Serivce Office Bobbi Foulds AFTERNOON & EVENING SCHEDULE
Response to Flanders’ Fields - President Gerald Forbes Lunch served - 12:45 p.m.
Scripture Readings - TBD
Address - 1:30 p.m. - Honored Guests
Congressional Hymn
President Gerald Forbes - "Prepare to Carry Colours" Dinner - 5:30 p.m.
Sgt.-At-Arms Jim Pitt -"Carry Colours" $10.00 each
"God Save the Queen" Entertainment -
Sgt.-At-Arms Jim Pitt -"March Off Colours" Dynamic Entertainment
2:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
President’s Message

Our veterans are here for Remembrance Day and they wear the poppy proudly. Parade Legi o n o u t e
Please join us as we all honour the sacrifices of those present and those who R
gave their lives. Be proud of Canada, and our contributions to World Peace. 51st St.
As those that fought in the Great Wars pass on, do not let what they fought for, Town X Main St.
pass on with them. Remember them. Remember their bravery, and their Parking Lot
The memories of all veterans live on through the years, in our hearts and 5th Avenue
gratitude, and we gather on Remembrance Day as we remember and pay our
respects to them.
Remember also those who fight today to bring peace. They represent Canada, 4th Avenue
and they put their lives on the line, and try to bring peace, in a time of war.
Thank you for taking part in our local Remembrance Day Ceremony and for
remembering what our Veterans fought for, and continue to fight for. As we live
each day throughout the year in peace among our friends and family, we do so Parade will form up
thanks to our Veterans who fought for us in the past, in the present, and in the at the Town parking lot at 10:00 a.m.
future. Canada is strong and free, thanks to the efforts of our soldiers; land, sea, Parade steps off at 10:15 a.m.
air, and let us not forget our first responders who put their lives on the line every South on Main Street To Lights (4 Ave.)
West to 51 Street North past the Cenotaph
We remember your contributions, and we will never forget you. (Return to Legion)
Comrade President Gerald Forbes - Royal Canadian Legion, Joe Wynne Br. #51, Edson
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