Saturday's (Nov 4) Remembrance Service in Constance Bay, hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 616 West Carleton, was a moving tribute to those who have served and sacrificed for our country.
Councillor Kelly was honoured to attend and to lay a wreath, along with MPP Karen McCrimmon and MP Jenna Sudds in Constance Bay.
Councillor Kelly, MPP Karen McCrimmon and MP Jenna Sudds attend November 4th Remembrance Day services in Constance Bay.
Image credit: MP Jenna Sudds Facebook
"Thank you to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 616 West Carleton for arranging and hosting their annual Remembrance Ceremony this past Saturday to remember and honour those who have served and continue to serve our country," Kelly said.
On November 11th at 10:50 am (arrival time 10:45am), the West Carleton War Memorial, the Village of Carp BIA, The Anglican Parish of Huntley and St. Paul's and Dunrobin United Churches, invited residents to attend the Remembrance Day service in the Village of Carp. The moving service took place at the Memorial at Falldown Lane and Donald B. Munro Drive.
Here are more images from Saturday's (Nov 4) ceremony in Constance Bay: