PHOTOS and VIDEO: Charles Hoey Park in Duncan packed to honour war dead

The colour guard marches to the cenotaph in Duncan’s Charles Hoey Park to begin Remembrance Day ceremonies on Nov. 11. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
A veteran solemnly observes Remembrance Day with the crowd at Charles Hoey Park in Duncan. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
A cadet stands guard at the Duncan cenotaph during Remembrance Day ceremonies. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Legion members stand watch during Remembrance Day ceremonies to honour and remember those who did not return after fighting for Canada. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Cadets observe Remembrance Day services in Duncan. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
The Duncan cenotaph is surrounded by memorial wreaths after Saturday’s Remembrance Day service. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Young Beaver Scouts wait for their opportunity to lay a wreath at the cenotaph. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Charles Hoey Park in downtown Duncan was packed on Saturday, Nov. 11, for the annual Remembrance Day ceremonies.

Legion members, service clubs and more crowded around the cenotaph for a moment of silence, and a brief service, including a laying of wreaths around the monument. There was also a fly past.

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