Cowichan Cadets mark veterans’ graves with crosses

St. John Ambulance cadets worked hard through the rain on Sunday to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
St. John Ambulance cadets worked hard through the rain on Sunday to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron 744 members worked hard through the rain on Sunday to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan.  (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Crossed were placed at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan on Sunday afternoon by cadets. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)(Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Crossed were placed at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan on Sunday afternoon by cadets. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)(Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron 744 members worked hard through the rain on Sunday to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan.  (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Young St. John Ambulance cadets worked hard through the rain on Sunday to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)Young St. John Ambulance cadets worked hard through the rain on Sunday to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)

An annual tradition at the graves of veterans around the Cowichan Valley, Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron 744 members and St. John Ambulance cadets worked hard through the rain on Sunday, Oct. 30 to place crosses at the graves of veterans buried at Mountainview Cemetery in North Cowichan.

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