Community Remembrance Day around the Strait area By Port Hawkesbury Reporter - November 12, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Photo by Mary Hankey Peacekeeper and retired RCMP officer Harris MacLean attended the Remembrance Day service in Port Hawkesbury. In the 1990s, MacLean served in two peacekeeping missions, in war-ravaged Yugoslavia and Kosovo. Photo by Drake LowthersA large crowd of about 150 people gathered at the former school in Mulgrave for the town’s Remembrance Day service. Photo by Drake LowthersGeorge Freer announced the wreath presentations during the Remembrance Day ceremony in Mulgrave. Photo by Jake BoudrotArrow 235 Sea Cadets lowered the Maple Leaf at the beginning of the Remembrance Day ceremony in Arichat. Photo by Jake BoudrotVeteran Harold Martell was escorted to the cenotaph by Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150 president Donald Goyetche in Arichat on November 11. Photo by Jake BoudrotKosovo and Afghanistan veteran Dion Boudreau laid a wreath at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150 in Arichat last Sunday. Photo by Jake BoudrotVeteran Fred Martel laid a wreath at the cenotaph in Arichat on Remembrance Day. Photo by Mary HankeyVeterans Memorial Park in Port Hawkesbury was filled for the Remembrance Day service which was organized and conducted by Royal Canadian Legion Branch 43. Photo by Mary HankeyAir Cadet Stora Squadron 719 took part in the Remembrance Day service at Veterans Memorial Park in Port Hawkesbury on November 11. Photo by Mary HankeyA lament was performed by Royal Canadian Legion Comrade Keith MacDonald at Veterans Memorial Park in Port Hawkesbury during the town’s Remembrance Day services. Photo by Mary HankeyPort Hawkesbury Sparks, Brownies and Guides helped lay wreaths on behalf of businesses and organizations at the Remembrance Day service in the town. Photo by Mary HankeyThe Colour Party from Royal Canadian Legion Branch 43 marches from Veterans Memorial Park after the Remembrance Day service on November 11 in Port Hawkesbury. Photo by Julia BurkeThe Colour Party, made up of members of St. Peter’s Legion Branch 47, is pictured entering the St. Peter’s Lions Hall for the Remembrance Day service. Photo by Julia BurkeThe colour party and the RCMP are pictured arriving at the St. Peter’s cenotaph on Remembrance Day. Photo by Julia BurkePrivate Matthew MacDonald played the bagpipes at the conclusion of the St. Peter’s ceremony on November 11.