MSA observes Remembrance Day

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Pupils from Mount Saint Agnes Academy took part in a Remembrance Day prayer service today.

John Rankin, the Governor, attended the event at the auditorium led by the Catholic Bishop of Hamilton, the Most Reverend Wes Spiewak, and principal Sue Moench.

Pupils in the Bermuda Junior Regiment and police cadets wore their uniform as part of the ceremony.

They received poppies, read poems, watched a short film and heard a speech from Bermuda Legion welfare case worker Carol Everson.

Pipe Major Aiden Stone played Amazing Grace on the bagpipes.

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Published Nov 8, 2019 at 2:22 pm (Updated Nov 8, 2019 at 2:22 pm)

MSA observes Remembrance Day

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