The Royal Canadian Horse Artillery Brigade Association (RCHA) hosts a Remembrance Day Memorial Service at the RCHA National Memorial in City Park (at the corner of King and Barrie Streets) on November 11. The public is invited to the RCHA Memorial in City Park by 10.30 am. The Service will commence at 10.45 a.m. conducted by retired Gunner LCol Bob Chamberlain. The service will be supported by two RCHA from Petawawa, who will provide a gun detachment to fire two rounds at the beginning and end of the two minutes silence. Two Gunners, dressed in RCHA period uniforms, will assist in the wreath laying. Five wreaths will be placed in all, including one by the Sydenham Public School students. Bishop George Bruce, will offer prayers for the fallen and serving military. The trumpeter will be a life Member of the RCHA Brigade Association -Doug Orser. The piper will be Kevin Goligher and the Singer Robin Gillespie.
Participants are invited to a reception at the RCHA Club, 193 Ontario Street, following the service. Beare and Gord Brown will be making chili for all to enjoy.