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Stan Jarvis has his commemorative poppy put on by Karan Janjua while Haden Smith guards the donations. Members of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets 205 Collishaw collected donations and pinned poppies on residents to raise money for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256 on Saturday. Remembrance Day ceremonies take place Sunday (Nov. 11) in downtown Nanaimo and Lantzville. - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Stan Jarvis has his commemorative poppy put on by Karan Janjua while Haden Smith guards the donations. Members of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets 205 Collishaw collected donations and pinned poppies on residents to raise money for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256 on Saturday. Remembrance Day ceremonies take place Sunday (Nov. 11) in downtown Nanaimo and Lantzville.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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