Updated: Mar 31
Several Hundred people gathered at the Coldstream Cenotaph this Remembrance Day to honour those who gave their lives so Canadians could have the freedom, safety and prosperity they enjoy today.
Coldstream Mayor Ruth Hoyte was the Master of Ceremonies,
Special Thanks to the Vernon Community Singers, trumpeter Paul Hunter, Pastor Alistair Rees-Thomas, Councilor Allan Louis, the RCAF Red Lion Squadron Honour Guard, the Coldstream Volunteer Fire Department, the Scouts, and to all who took part, officially or unofficially.
Laying of Wreaths:
Government of Canada, Province of British Columbia, Peoples Party of Canada, Okanagan Indian Band, District of Coldstream, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, RCMP Veterans Association, Coldstream Volunteer Fire Department, RCAF 223 Red Lion Squadron, British Columbia Dragoons, CUPE Local 626 Municipal Employees, Vernon Rotary Club, Rotary Club of Silver Star, Miriam Free Mason Lodge #20, Knights of Columbus St. Theresa Council 12202, Coldstream Ratepayer Association, Coldstream Women's Institute, Coldstream Christian Church, Vernon Community Singers, Catholic Woman's League, North Okanagan Optimist Club, Rolke Family, Coldstream Elementary School Students, Girl Guides of Canada, Scouts Canada - Vernon District.