PHOTOS: Hundreds come out to Remembrance Day ceremony in Keremeos

The march off began at the Legion Branch 192 in Keremeos. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
SESS students participated in the ceremony by singing O Canada and reading Remembrance Day poems, including In Flanders Fields. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
To honour the memory of all Canadians who have served their country in time of war, the Canadian flag is flown at half-mast. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Peter Koszma pays tribute to the fallen. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Members of the Royal Canadian Legion, RCMP, honour guard and colour party all participated. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
The Keremeos Cenotaph with the wreaths. (Robin Grant-Review Staff) The Keremeos Cenotaph with the wreaths. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Attendees pay tribute to the fallen by leaving poppies at the Keremeos Cenotaph. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Local resident Daphne Truefitt observes the ceremony on Monday. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Members with the BC Ambulance Service attended the ceremony in uniform. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Members of the Legion, RCMP and line up next to the Keremeos Cenotaph. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)

Hundreds of residents in the Lower Similkameen attended the Remembrance Day ceremony in Keremeos.

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