Remembrance Day at the Legion

Volunteers needed

Bowen Island has a long history of high turn out for the Remembrance day service held at the cenotaph in the cove. On the cenotaph are the names of 5 Bowen Islanders that served in World War I. Service starts when the 10:30am ferry departs Snug Cove
Every year after the service the Legion opens it's doors (and the bar) to serve up soup and sandwiches to all those that wish to attend. They are still looking for help making soup and sandwiches to serve following the Remembrance Day services.
Call Nairn at 0210 to volunteer and for more info.
The Legion would like thank Mr. & Mrs. Canada for your wonderful donation of two new Canadian flags. One for the Legion building and the other for the cenotaph.

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