Merrickville/Wolford Does Remember

WOW we are a small community but mighty! The Merrickville Legion truly thanks everyone that supported the 2020 Remembrance Day and Poppy Campaign. Those that attended the Cenotaph on Nov.11, social distanced and wore masks. Thank-you to Village staff for blocking off the street and allowing us a larger, safer area for everyone. We hope that you took the” Walk of Honour” to the Cenotaph that honoured the WWI and WWII young men that left our community to fight for our freedom but never returned home. Those brave young men from Merrickville, Jasper, Easton’s Corners, Burritt’s Rapids and surrounding area made the ultimate sacrifice.
Thank-you to the following businesses, organizations and individuals that supported the Poppy Campaign by sponsoring a wreath at the Cenotaph
Tallman Family Village of Merrickville-Wolford Staff of Village of Merrickville-Wolford OPP
Police Services Board Merrickville Fire Dept. Merrickville Chamber of Commerce Rideau Community Health Centre Merrickville Lions Club Merrickville Artists Guild Merrickville Ag. Society
Merrickville Masonic Lodge Merrickville Historical Society Merrickville Drug Store
Herb White Auto Goose and Gridiron New Horizons Club Allan’s Tool Shed Holy Trinty Church
RBC Bank Nana B’s Bakery Main Street Restaurant Abel Mountain Vinyl Destination Pat Watson O’Farrell Financial Dave and Linda Nash Gail Garland and Gloria Shaw Bob and Anne Dutcher Donna Foley Maureen Copeland-Gross Louise Bartlett Heather Bell Tommy and Raymond Jacques
Garnet and Rose Lamingman

Thank-you for the generosity of the following individuals that made a financial donation to the Poppy fund Tallman Family Greg Eamon and Anne Martin Dorothy Weedmark Katherine Jones Michael and Pat Watson Ken Richardson Jean Suffron Tim Malloy Ian and Lorna Carley Pat and Clifford Young Pat Baker Phil Barber Kurt Buda Lloyd and Joyce Brunton Joann Lackie
Thank-you to the following businesses that had Poppy boxes Merrickville Food Market LCBO
Main Street Restaurant Pickle and Myrrh Post Office Village Bean Coffee Shop Chiaya Décor Merrickville Drugstore Abel Mountain Goose and Gridiron Country Bumpkin Vet Office
Yellow Canoe Allan’s Tool Shed Herb White Auto Ogilvie’s Auto & Fleet Service Quickie/Drummond’s Fester’s Chip Wagon Kate’s Treasures Bayfield Manor and to everyone that stuffed those Poppy boxes with just under $2300.00. Hopefully I have remembered everyone.

Merrickville Legion Branch 245 We Will Remember Them Thank-you Everyone for Your Support

(Article for the Phoenix by Rose Lamingman)