PHOTOS: Hundreds come out to Remembrance Day ceremony in Keremeos

The march off began at the Legion Branch in Keremeos. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Members of the Legion, RCMP and line up next to the Keremeos cenotaph. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Peter Koszma pays tribute to the fallen. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Attendees pay tribute to the fallen by leaving poppies at the Keremeos cenotaph. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Members with the BC Ambulance Service attended the ceremony in uniform. (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)
The Keremeos cenotaph with the wreaths. (Robin Grant-Review Staff) The Keremeos cenotaph with the wreaths. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Local resident Daphne Truefitt observes the ceremony on Monday. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Members of the Royal Canadian Legion, RCMP, honour guard and colour party all participated. (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)
Wreaths were placed on the Cenotaph as part of the ceremony. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Hundreds came out to observe the ceremony on Monday morning. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Community leaders, members of public and business owners lay wreaths at the cenotaph. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)

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

The morning ceremony saw community leaders, veterans and members of the public honour the service and sacrifice of men and women in uniform.

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