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Our youngest member is a celebrity!

Nadine Carter, a grade 7 student in Stouffville ON, has worked diligently to seek recognition for Capt. Roy Brown in Stouffville, the town near where he spent his last few years. The town now plans to erect a memorial plaque in Brown’s honour. As well, the Last Post Fund has purchased a plot for Roy in the Necropolis Cemetery in Toronto, where his unmarked remains are interred in Common Ground. The Fund plans to place a military headstone for Brown at the plot this fall.

In August, when Nadine visited the Roy Brown Museum in Carleton Place ON, she was surprised to find the press waiting for her! The Museum and the Roy Brown Society have been very supportive of her efforts on behalf of Roy Brown, and once again she appeared in a local area newspaper story. To see the story, click here.