(From left) Corey Van Meeteren, Doreen Cameron and Dale Hamill were just some of the attendees at the Caravilla Estates Remembrance Day ceremony on Monday. The mobile home park said this was its most-attended ceremony to date, with around 40 attendees. (Contributed)

(From left) Corey Van Meeteren, Doreen Cameron and Dale Hamill were just some of the attendees at the Caravilla Estates Remembrance Day ceremony on Monday. The mobile home park said this was its most-attended ceremony to date, with around 40 attendees. (Contributed)

Penticton’s Caravilla Estates holds most-attended Remembrance Day ceremony to date

The mobile home park held the ceremony at 9 a.m. on Nov. 11

Penticton’s Caravilla Estates hosted another successful Remembrance Day ceremony on Monday.

According to organizers, around 40 people turned out for the 9 a.m. Nov. 11 ceremony, hosted at the mobile home park at 3105 South Main St., in advance of the City of Penticton’s ceremony which started at 10 a.m. with a parade.

This is the most-attended ceremony the home park has held to date, which is on track of the recent trend that more people in Canada are attending Remembrance Day ceremonies in recent years.

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