Remembrance Day in Hudson
Tim Brody - Associate Editor
More than 150 people attended the Hudson Remembrance Day service November 11 to remember the men and women who have served and sacrificed for our country.
Led by the colour guard, members of Candlish Memorial, Branch 139, Royal Canadian Legion, marched to the cenotaph.
Accompanying them were OPP, NAPS, and Lac Seul Police Service officers, Canadian Rangers, Junior Canadian Rangers, and instructors with cadets 270 Otter Squadron.
The service at the cenotaph included the playing of the Last Post, two minutes of silence followed by Reveille, and the laying of wreaths.
A luncheon followed the service.
Candlish Memorial, Branch 139 president Sylwester Kiepek and master of ceremonies Reg Drew, Medal of Military Merit (MMM), Canadian Forces Decoration (CD), both said they were very pleased with the turnout for this years’ service.