Army cadets helped raise Legion funds in Cloverdale, Surrey

Members of the 2812 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps volunteered with the poppy campaign over three weekends.

Warrant Officer Aaron Giesbrecht of the 2812 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps and Cloverdale Legion representative Mike Cook.

Members of the 2812 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps were among the faces at this year’s Remembrance Day ceremonies in Cloverdale and Crescent Beach – and they were also part of this year’s poppy campaign.

The cadets – affiliated with the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada regiment – also volunteered over three weekends to help local legions in Cloverdale, White Rock and South Surrey raise funds. Pictured here is Warrant Officer Aaron Giesbrecht and Cloverdale Legion representative Mike Cook.

Officer Daria Korshun and Sergeant Emma Lukas (not pictured) were on Cenotaph guard during the Nov. 11 ceremony at Surrey Museum Plaza.

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