Lest we forget

Mayor gets first poppy of the year from Clearwater-Vavenby Legion

Clearwater-Vavenby Legion Branch #259 president Joe Short (l) pins the first poppy onto Mayor John Harwood's lapel.

Clearwater-Vavenby Legion Branch #259 president Joe Short (l) pins the first poppy onto Mayor John Harwood’s lapel on Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Governor-General David Johnston received his first poppy in mid-October, followed by the respective provincial lieutenant-governors. Poppies are now for sale in several locations in Clearwater.

Money from poppy sales go toward veterans, their families, and scholarships for students who have members who are currently serving or have served in the military.

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