Millet Legion dedicates cenotaph

The Royal Canadian Legion Millet Branch #229 held a special ceremony Saturday afternoon...

The Royal Canadian Legion Millet Branch 229 mounted a new plaque on their cenotaph Apr. 9.

The Royal Canadian Legion Millet Branch #229 held a special ceremony Saturday afternoon, Apr. 9, to rededicate their war memorial across the street from the branch office.

Executive and members gathered to pay their respects to the new west-facing plaque listing the names of all those Millet men who gave their lives for Canada in both World Wars.

Legion Member Betty Scharff was instrumental in getting the plaque made and mounted. Veterans Affairs Canada granted funds for the new plaque and cenotaph restoration. The cenotaph is located west of the intersection of 52 St and 50 Ave.

 

Just Posted

Wetaskiwin Leaders of Tomorrow youth awards kick-off

Nominations now open for Wetaskiwin youth leaders awards

Writer says government’s Bighorn campaign full of dishonesty

Bighorn plan is to destroy land, not protect it

County council hears cannabis info meeting not well attended

Councilors give regular updates on their work at meeting Nov. 6

Lakedell 4-H Beef kids enjoy calf tour January 5

Lakedell 4-H Beef January report

Falun East 4-H Beef club helps collect 1,400 tires

Falun 4-H Beef Club is doing great

VIDEO: Students in MAGA hats mock Native American at Indigenous Peoples March

Diocese in Kentucky says it is investigating the matter, caught on video by onlookers

WATCH: Team Alberta in Red Deer this weekend to prepare for Canada Winter Games

About 250 Team Alberta athletes toured venues and tested out facilities Saturday

CONSUMER REPORT: What to buy each month in 2019 to save money

Resolve to buy all of the things you want and need, but pay less money for them

Anxiety in Alaska as endless aftershocks rattle residents

Seismologists expect the temblors to continue for months, although the frequency has lessened

Women’s March returns across the U.S. amid shutdown and controversy

The original march in 2017, the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, drew hundreds of thousands of people

Ponoka cowboy Vernon (Bud) Butterfield passes away

The Ponoka Stampede Association announced his passing Friday

Rare ‘super blood wolf moon’ takes to the skies this Sunday

Celestial event happens only three times this century

Ponoka RCMP are looking for a missing man

Police say he may be in Drayton Valley and they are worried for his wellbeing

Most Read