Remembrance in Wetaskiwin

The Royal Canadian Legion Wetaskiwin Branch #86 presented awards for the 2016 Remembrance Day...

Royal Canadian Legion Wetaskiwin Branch #86 recently presented Remembrance Day competition awards.

The Royal Canadian Legion Wetaskiwin Branch #86 presented awards for the 2016 Remembrance Day competitions Feb. 24 at the hall. Executive and members presented awards plaques to many youth (not as pictured): Black and white poster first Keanna Christian, second Brooklyn Kemp, third Tyrus Hofer. Colour poster primary: first Adrian Hofer, second Blake Hofer, third Danny Hofer. Colour poster junior: first Adina Hofer, second Lydia Hofer, third Sheldon Hofer. Colour poster inter: first Lisa Hofer, second Margaret Hofer, third Naomi Hofer. Colour poster senior: first Julia Hofer. Essays: Intermediate first McKenna Hardy, second Keith Badua, third Bryce Jevne. Poetry junior: first Janice Hofer, second Natalie Ashton and third Logan Kierluk-Trottier. Photo by Stu Salkeld

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