The Salvation Army participates in the Bermuda Remembrance Day Service

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by SDG

The Salvation Army was a significant part of the 2018 Remembrance Day Service in Hamilton, Bermuda on Sunday, November 11th.
With a bright sun after a night of rain, Bermuda remembered their sons and daughters who died, giving of themselves in two world wars, so that we today could have the freedoms we have. The Salvation Army Divisional Band joined with the Royal Bermuda Regiment Band, The Somerset Brigade Band and the Bermuda Pipe Band to provide a blanket of sound playing the hymns for the service, and marching seven contingents of soldiers and servicemen. The Featured group were those men and women that served overseas and were blessed to return home. That group is visible fading away.

Major Sandra Stokes (pictured above) along with the Governor, Premier, Opposition Leader, Police and Fire Commissioners,  War Veterans Associations and the Sea Cadet Corp all reverently laid wreaths in remembrance.

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