Calling all veterans: tell us your story

Coming annual Remembrance Day tribute will be published in the Nov. 11 edition of your community newspaper

  • Oct. 22, 2015 8:00 a.m.

Oak Bay News wants to connect readers with your family member or friend who served in the Armed Forces for a special Remembrance Day feature. Send us your stories by Nov. 5

Do you have a military veteran in your life whose story you’d like to see told?

Oak Bay News would love to connect our readers with your family member or friend who served in the Armed Forces in the recent or distant past, during a war or in a peacekeeping role.

Our coming annual Remembrance Day tribute will be published in the Nov. 11 edition of your community newspaper.

To submit a story, please send us a brief biography, where they served and any interesting stories about their time in uniform.

Please limit submissions to 150 words and include a photo (preferably in uniform) with the veteran’s full name, branch of service and rank if available.

The submission deadline is Thursday, Nov. 5.

Send electronic versions to editor@oakbaynews.com or hand-deliver hard copies to our office in Athlone Court, 207A-2187 Oak Bay Ave. Submitted photos will be returned.

 

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