Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014

Antigonish MLA Randy Delorey addresses the large crowd on hand for the official unveiling ceremony for the new Veterans’ Memorial monument in St. Andrews, which took place Sunday (Oct. 19) afternoon. PHOTO: Richard MacKenzie

It will be hard to miss the new veterans’ memorial monument in St. Andrews, sitting prominently on the front lawn of St. Andrews Consolidated School, and that is precisely the idea. An unveiling ceremony for the monument took place Sunday (Oct. 19) afternoon and featured a large crowd including, most appropriately, a number of veterans, the woman who initiated the project – Sadie Kennedy, and the man who did a [...]

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