Libby Marcellus reads one the letters that her grandfather wrote during WWI.

Special Remembrance Day program held at Lifetime Learning Centre

Jacobsen and Marcellus speak about WWI and WWII

Dozens of people attended Lifetime Learning Centre Society’s annual Remembrance Day Tea on Nov. 5. The special event called Remembering the Centenary start of the Great War featured speakers Libby Marcellus and Rona Jacobsen.

Marcellus read one of hundreds of letters her grandfather wrote home during the First World War, and Jacobsen ready about her husband’s, the late Ernie Jacobsen, involvement in the Second World War.

The program was offered as part of A Linking Hands through the Generations program, a partnership between Lifetime Learning and Fraserview Learning Centre.


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