A Remembrance Day message from Captain Miken Rienks

A Remembrance Day message from the #2458 Rocky Mountain Rangers cadets

The Revelstoke Army Cadet Corps has had a longstanding tradition of assisting Branch #46 of the Royal Canadian Legion

A Remembrance Day message from Captain Miken Rienks, Commanding Officer at #2458 Rocky Mountain Rangers Cadet Corps:

The Revelstoke Army Cadet Corps has had a longstanding tradition of assisting Branch #46 of the Royal Canadian Legion with Poppy Sales, participating in the Remembrance Day Ceremonies at local schools and the Remembrance Day Parade and Ceremony. The cadet corps has taken on the roll of providing a honour guard at the cenotaph, a bugler, as well as the parade commander.

The Cadet Corps also provides a cadet to escort the representative of the Mothers of Revelstoke to help lay a wreath during the Ceremony.

Look forward to continuing our role in the community for many years to come.

 

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