Remembrance display

Allan Cameron, founder of Sylvan Lake based Veterans Voices of Canada, put the finishing touches on a display

Remembrance Day display at Municipal Government Building

Allan Cameron, founder of Sylvan Lake based Veterans Voices of Canada, put the finishing touches on a display honouring Remembrance activities at the town’s Municipal Government Building Tuesday morning. The display will be available for public viewing in the main foyer until Nov. 15th, he said.

The aim of the non-profit organization is to interview veterans on camera so videos of their experiences and reminiscences are preserved for history and educational purposes. Copies of the interviews are donated to schools, museums and libraries as well as the family of the veterans interviewed.

For more information on Veterans’ Voices, check the website www.vetvoicecan.org.

 

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