Agassiz Legion presents first symbolic poppies

Peggy Ardnt (left) and Ed Ardnt (right) present the symbolic first poppy to Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Leo Facio. This presentation is traditional across Canada to share awareness of the poppy campaign leading up to Remembrance Day on Nov. 11. (Adam Louis/Observer)Peggy Ardnt (left) and Ed Ardnt (right) present the symbolic first poppy to Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Leo Facio. This presentation is traditional across Canada to share awareness of the poppy campaign leading up to Remembrance Day on Nov. 11. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Peggy Ardnt (left) and Ed Ardnt (right) present the symbolic first poppy to District of Kent Mayor Sylvia Pranger. Agassiz Legion president Derek Stewart was present as well. (Adam Louis/Observer)Peggy Ardnt (left) and Ed Ardnt (right) present the symbolic first poppy to District of Kent Mayor Sylvia Pranger. Agassiz Legion president Derek Stewart was present as well. (Adam Louis/Observer)

Agassiz Legion officials presented local dignitaries with the symbolic first poppies ahead of Rembrance Day on Nov. 11.


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