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Defenders Motorcycle Club of Brandon member Laurie Ringland watches as George Fitton School Grade 8 students Sara Moorehead (left) and Jolie Kusela cut out crosses in the Riverheights School industrial arts classroom. Students from across Westman are helping make 1,000 small white crosses for the more than 900 veterans’ gravesites in the Brandon Cemetery.

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Defenders Motorcycle Club of Brandon member Laurie Ringland watches as George Fitton School Grade 8 students Sara Moorehead (left) and Jolie Kusela cut out crosses in the Riverheights School industrial arts classroom. Students from across Westman are helping make 1,000 small white crosses for the more than 900 veterans’ gravesites in the Brandon Cemetery.

Grave decoration tradition expanding to Brandon Cemetery for Remembrance Day

Students across Westman are pitching in to help make 1,000 crosses to decorate the graves of fallen soliders.

Small white crosses with a bright red poppy in the centre, accompanied by a Canadian flag, will be placed in the ground at gravesites in the Brandon Cemetery on Nov. 8, ahead of ...

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