Source: Ryan Kessler, Global News, November 4, 2019 

Alexis Galambos was struck by a sense of loss as she reached into a brown paper bag and placed a poppy on a veteran’s headstone at a Humboldt, Sask., cemetery.

During the city’s first No Stone Left Alone ceremony, she and her Grade 7 classmates from Humboldt Public School also read out the names of Canadians who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

“We are supporting the people who had to go through the losses of their loved ones and the ones that they cared for,” Galambos said on Monday.

No Stone Left Alone is an educational campaign designed to remember men and women who served in the Canadian Armed Forces.

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