This article submitted by Randall Goodwin
DUE TO THE WEATHER , THIS EVENT IS POSTPONE, A LATER DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED’
After several weeks of comprehending what happen in Nova Scotia, I have organized the following Memorial Vehicle Procession on Saturday, May 16th, start time 10:00AM Superstore parking lot on Rothesay Ave. Please see the details below. It will certainly show our support from our region to the families and the RCMP, during this difficult time. The public are welcome to partake in the vehicle procession..!!
Nova Scotia Strong Memorial Vehicle Procession
Nova Scotia and the country were in a state of shock, following the shooting rampage that took place on April 18 & 19, 2020 in Portapique NS, with 22 innocent victims that lost their lives including RCMP CST. Heidi STEVENSON.
In a show of support to the families, RCMP and Nova Scotia, with the victims that were lost in this senseless tragedy, our citizens of Saint John and the surrounding communities, have felt a tremendous loss and compassion through this very difficult time. With this compassion, we want to show our support with the planned Nova Scotia Memorial Vehicle Procession on Saturday May 16th starting at 10:00AM, at the Superstore Rothesay Ave parking lot in Saint John, that will include Emergency First Responders and the public that want to partake in the vehicle procession. All vehicles in the procession will receive this 12 inch memorial sticker above, to be place on their vehicles.
Details are as follows…
10:00AM Superstore parking lot Rothesay Ave Saint John for arranging the vehicles
11:00AM start time for vehicle procession to leave for the Memorial route to drive
Route will proceed onto Rothesay Ave, connecting to Rothesay Road, through Rothesay and the Town of Quispamsis on the Hampton Road, connecting to route 100 Hampton Road, through to Hampton, passing in front of the RCMP Detachment in Hampton. The procession will end at this point with all vehicles following through to the TC highway Route 1.
We offer our deepest compassion for the victims that lost their lives and support for the families and the RCMP, with the Nova Scotia Strong Memorial Vehicle Procession.