Charlestown-Nevis-The annual remembrance service in honour of the persons who lost their lives in the world wars of 1914 to 1918 and 1939 to 1945, was held on Sunday 13th November.
The service which was conducted by Pastor Eversley Pemberton, was held at the Memorial square in Charlestown and commenced at 8 am with a moment’s silence for the men who had lost their lives in the two world wars.
There were responsive prayers said which involved the dozens of persons present and Mrs. Clara Walters called the names of the individuals who lost their lives in the wars, who hailed from St.Kitts and Nevis.
One of the key moments of the service, saw the laying of wreaths by the Deputy Governor General, His honour, Mr. Eustace John; Premier Vance Amory and other Government officials; uniformed bodies and some private citizens.
The service also involved musical renditions provided in beautiful tones, complements of the Nevis Symphonic band, admirably led by Mr. Rohan Claxton.
The service culminated with an impressive march past by the combination of the Police force and the Cadets, along Main Street, Charlestown.