|By Jo Anne Malpass
On November 11, Canada will remember the men and women who have served and sacrificed, and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace.
Jean Bagnall of Anglemont was one of the almost 50,000 Canadian women who answered the call to military service during WWII.
She and her older sister, Betty, joined up in 1943, becoming part of the Royal Canadian Air Force Women’s Division (WDs).
… read more on the front page of this issue of the Kicker.
In other news….
- Reinbrecht Guilty (houseboat crash trial) – pg. 8
- Shuswap Watershed Council alternative approval process underway – pg. 12
- Proposed community commercial sewer treatment – pg.20
- Cabaret & Silent Auction at Celista Hall Nov. 7
- Remembrance Day Ceremonies (see list in on pg 47) – Nov 11
- Death Café and Workshop, Salmon Arm Nov 12, 13
- NS Lions membership drive Nov 19
- Cod Gone Wilde concert, Notch Hill Nov 27,28
- Annual Friendship Dinner at Celista Hall Nov 28
- Chase Country Christmas Dec 4 - 7
- NS Chamber dinner and dance Dec 5
. . . Check out all the events on our Calendar of Events pg. 47
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