Remembrance Day is this coming Friday. The ceremonies for this area are organized by our Royal Canadian Legion, Acme Branch and are held in the Acme Hall. Get there early for a good seat. The culmination of the ceremony is, of course, the moment of silence held at 11:00 a.m. This year it will be the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the eleventh year of this new century. I'm not sure, but I think the Legion is putting on a light lunch in the Acme Legion Hall after the ceremonies. I think that Remembrance Day is more than remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice for country. I think it's also a chance for all of us to thank those men and women; veterans who survived! It's important to remember them, too!
I have decided to attend the Remembrance Day Ceremonies at the Aero Space Museum of Calgary, weather permitting. I am a Director of the museum and I would like to attend this, the first Remembrance Day Ceremony held at the museum in more than 10 years. After the ceremony a few of us involved with the museum will open up some of the military warbirds in the museum's collection so visitors can get up close and personal with Canada's proud military aviation past.
It's not important where you go to remember our fallen soldiers, it is important that you remember.