In Remembrance of our Service Personnel

Posted by Michelle Cuthbert on Monday, March 18th, 2019

In Remembrance of our Service Personnel

We have hung yellow ribbons on the lamp posts in front of City Hall, as we have done every year since 2009, when Corporal Tyler Crooks, a former resident of Port Colborne, lost his life in Afghanistan.

These yellow ribbons symbolize our remembrance not only of Tyler and his ultimate sacrifice while serving his country, but of all past veterans and current personnel serving our country.

On March 20, 2019, the anniversary of Corporal Crooks's passing, we will be lowering our flags.

I would ask everyone to take a moment and remember.

Mayor Bill Steele

 
 
 

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