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FJM students take time to remember

Hosted by the grade 6 students, Frank J Mitchell Elementary School holds a Remembrance Day Ceremony. Pictured here, Veteran Harold Travis reminds students what Remembrance Day is all about.  - J.Jensen
Hosted by the grade 6 students, Frank J Mitchell Elementary School holds a Remembrance Day Ceremony. Pictured here, Veteran Harold Travis reminds students what Remembrance Day is all about.
— image credit: J.Jensen

Students at Frank J Mitchell Elementary School spent Thursday morning participating in their annual Remembrance Day Ceremony. The Ceremony hosted by grade six students featured a speech by Veteran Harold Travis, poems recited by students and songs sung by the choir. A moment of silence was recognized and all of the many parents and caregivers in the crowd were touched by the honourable ceremony.

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