North Okanagan Remembrance Day ceremonies draw thousands

Residents gather to pay tribute to veterans and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice

For Lumby's Remembrance Day ceremony Monday

For Lumby's Remembrance Day ceremony Monday

North Okanagan residents paid tribute to those men and women who fought in the two world wars, Korea and numerous battles since then.

Thousands of people attended Remembrance Day ceremonies today.

The largest gathering was at Kal Tire Place in Vernon but there were also ceremonies in Coldstream, Lavington, Lumby, Lake Country, Armstrong, Enderby and on the Okanagan Indian Reserve.

Look for more coverage in Wednesday’s Morning Star.

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