Public invited to Memorial March ceremony at City Hall, Friday

The public is invited to join Red Deer Emergency Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for a Memorial March ceremony at City Hall on Friday.

The public is invited to join Red Deer Emergency Services and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for a Memorial March ceremony at City Hall on Friday.

The ceremony will honour all firefighters, EMS personnel and police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

Honour Guards from Red Deer Emergency Services and the RCMP will gather on the west steps of City Hall for the ceremony, to take place from 9:30 a.m. until 10 a.m.

Uniformed members of both Police and Emergency Services will be on parade as well.

Both Canadian and City of Red Deer flags will be lowered to half-mast. Emergency Services Honour Guards will lay a wreath of remembrance and observe a minute of silence to reflect on the loss of firefighters, emergency medical service members and police officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service of their community.

Attendees are asked to gather on the west side of City Hall in the park.

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