Remembrance Day 2016, News (Aylmer Minor Hockey)

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Remembrance Day 2016
Submitted By Mark Holmes on Thursday, November 10, 2016
Please take a moment to remember those who have or continue to serve our country proudly. Thank you to those in our community, throughout Canada, and around the world who have or continue to fight for and to preserve our freedoms and values. 

Let us not forget to take more than a moment on 11/11/2016.



Aylmer Minor Hockey Association is hosting a tournament this weekend. We will be stopping to observe a moment of silence for past and present military personnel. We encourage those that are able, to take part in Aylmer's Remembrance Day ceremony. However for those that are unable to attend, take a moment to say thank you to those who have sacrificed or continue to sacrifice for the freedoms and values that we proudly have to date. Wear a poppy on Remembrance Day as a symbol to say "Thank you."

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