PHOTOS: Coldstream remembers

Members of the RCMP stand in honour during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Coldstream. (Carla Hunt Photography)
Kids stay entertained as they watch the Remembrance Day ceremony in Coldstream. (Carla Hunt Photography)
A veteran stands at attention during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Coldstream. (Carla Hunt Photography)
Kids are intruiged by the Remembrance Day ceremony in Coldstream. (Carla Hunt Photography)
Young scouts lay a wreath during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Coldstream. (Carla Hunt Photography)
Air cadets march during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Coldstream. (Carla Hunt Photography)

Families gathered in the cool November weather at the Coldstream Cenotaph on Kalamalka Road Nov. 11 to show that they remember.

The ceremony, which began at 10:45 a.m., saw two minutes of silence at 11 a.m., marching of cadets and laying of the wreaths.

Related: Vernon remembers: Remembrance Day ceremony sees crowd

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