Members of the different streams of cadet and an active member of the Canadian military acted together as the Colour Party during the high school’s Remembrance Day program, Nov. 7. The cadets are pictured with Kerry Heizler and Jonathan Paul after the assembly. Photo Submitted

PHOTOS: H.J. Cody students remember during Remembrance Day service

Students and community members gathered together to remember and honour veterans

Students from H.J. Cody gathered Wednesday morning for the annual Remembrance Day assembly.

The school’s choir and band led the school in “O Canada” and “God Save the Queen” and local veterans and representatives from the RCMP laid wreaths to honour the lives of Canadian soldier and RCMP.

 

Sylvan Lake cadets marched into the gym at H.J. Cody to start and end the assembly, leading members of staff and honoured guests. Photo Submitted

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