West Country Outreach School students Kimberly Vaartstra, Kaileb Rider and Kassidy Welychka stand behind Rimbey Legion members Wayne Dittritch, Herb Keith and Joyce Eggleston following the school’s Remembrance Day ceremony held on Nov. 7. The students are part of the Leadership program at the school and were in charge of the ceremony. Legion members were treated to refreshments following the event. Treena Mielke Photo

Rimbey Legion members attend Remembrance Day service at Outreach School

Students participate

West Country Outreach School students Kimberly Vaartstra, Kaileb Rider and Kassidy Welychka stand behind Rimbey Legion members Wayne Dittritch, Herb Keith and Joyce Eggleston following the school’s Remembrance Day ceremony held on Nov. 7. The students are part of the Leadership program at the school and were in charge of the ceremony. Legion members were treated to refreshments following the event.

Treena Mielke Photo

Students participate

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