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Published on November 14, 2011

Staff-Sgt. Phil Barrett of the Digby RCMP detachment, Legion chaplain Rev. David Cawley and municipal councillor Randall Amero at Weymouth’s Remembrance Day service. Karla Kelly photo

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Veterans Art Rice and Garfield Bishop take time to chat before the Remembrance Day service. Karla Kelly photo

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Korean War veteran Weldon Francis and Weymouth cadets march in the colors. Karla Kelly photo

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Peacekeeper John Drew pauses to remember. Karla Kelly photo

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Legion member Theresa Belliveau, who turns 99 later this month, pauses to remember her husband Jovite who served overseas during the Second World War. Karla Kelly photo

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Cadet Travis Cromwell and veteran Weldon Francis salute after laying a wreath. Karla Kelly photo

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Blake Marryatt attends the Remembrance Day service with his mother Kim, brother Kamrin and grandmother Diane Thibault. Karla Kelly photo

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Veteran Danny Gibson of Deep Brook join the many remembering those who served their country. Karla Kelly photo

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Cadet Hannah Hiltz lays a wreath at the Weymouth service. Karla Kelly photo

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Korean War veteran Billy Richards listens as names of veterans are read during the Remembrance Day service at the Weymouth Legion. Karla Kelly photo

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These NATO and peacekeeping medals belong to veteran Wayne Marshall of Kingston. Ont., who came home to spend time with his uncle Sherwood Marshall, a Second World War veteran living in Danvers. Karla Kelly photo

PHOTO FEATURE

By Karla Kelly FOR THE DIGBY COURIER NovaNewsNow.com

In spite of inclement weather, many veterans, cadets, and Legion and community members gathered at the Royal Canadian Legion branch in Weymouth for the Remembrance Day service, and paused to remember those who served their country in war and peacekeeping.

Cadets from the West Nova Scotia Regiment marched off the colors and assisted in laying wreaths during the ceremony.

Organizations: Royal Canadian Legion, West Nova Scotia Regiment

Geographic location: Weymouth

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