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Students Pause to Remember

Above, students Sebastien Laronde, Taylor Kershaw, Aidan Wiens and Mike Hammond dressed in genuine Canadian military uniforms for the special Remembrance Day assembly at the Aldergrove Secondary gym Nov. 10. The uniforms were provided by Major Ian Newby of Aldergrove’s International Movie Services. Below, World War veterans Henry Furness and Bud Freeston chat together before speaking to the Aldergrove Secondary Remembrance ceremony, and student Taylor Kershaw gave an impressive rendition of Vera Lynn’s “White Cliffs of Dover.” - HARRY HUNT PHOTOS
Above, students Sebastien Laronde, Taylor Kershaw, Aidan Wiens and Mike Hammond dressed in genuine Canadian military uniforms for the special Remembrance Day assembly at the Aldergrove Secondary gym Nov. 10. The uniforms were provided by Major Ian Newby of Aldergrove’s International Movie Services. Below, World War veterans Henry Furness and Bud Freeston chat together before speaking to the Aldergrove Secondary Remembrance ceremony, and student Taylor Kershaw gave an impressive rendition of Vera Lynn’s “White Cliffs of Dover.”
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTOS

Above, students Sebastien Laronde, Taylor Kershaw, Aidan Wiens and Mike Hammond dressed in genuine Canadian military uniforms for the special Remembrance Day assembly at the Aldergrove Secondary gym Nov. 10. The uniforms were provided by Major Ian Newby of Aldergrove’s International Movie Services. Below, World War veterans Henry Furness and Bud Freeston chat together before speaking to the Aldergrove Secondary Remembrance ceremony, and student Taylor Kershaw gave an impressive rendition of Vera Lynn’s “White Cliffs of Dover.”

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