Snowy Day For No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation Ceremony

The No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation ceremony was held on Friday, November 3rd at the Olds Cemetery to remember our veterans ahead of Remembrance Day.

It was a cold and snowy afternoon at the Olds Cemetery on Friday, November 3rd for the No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation ceremony.
 
Local dignitaries and Deer Meadow School students came to help the Olds Legion along with members of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE) place a poppy with a Canadian flag attached beside the grave stones of veterans.

Dianne Powney, President of the IODE chapter in Olds, says it was great to involve the youth during the ceremony.

Powney feels it is an important ceremony to hold as a precursor to Remembrance Day.

This was the 2nd year in a row that a No Stone Left Alone ceremony has been held in Olds.
 

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