Mark Sceviour

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Chatham Daily News
Cenotaph vigil could continue in futurewas performed by individuals, service clubs, churches, emergency services, and
Chatham Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
was performed by individuals, service clubs, churches, emergency services, and those in the military and cadets. Rev. Mark Sceviour, vigil organizer, said more than 1,000 people were involved throughout the week, including those assisting at... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Fallen remembered at CKSSduring the three-day battle. “They fought for peace, so peace would stop being
Chatham Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
during the three-day battle. “They fought for peace, so peace would stop being a dream and become a reality,” said Capt. Mark Sceviour. “The fought for safety, for safety to stop being temporary and become permanent. “They fought for freedom, so... Read more
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Chatham This Week
National IODE president at cenotaph vigilout to chapters across Canada to take part, which is how Rees found out it was
Chatham This Week / Posted 8 days ago
out to chapters across Canada to take part, which is how Rees found out it was happening. The vigil was organized by Rev. Mark Sceviour from Christ Church. Several different organizations, families and individuals have offered their time to watch... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
#CKKeeping150 - 150 hour vigil at Chatham Cenotaphup their post to the shelter of the tent set up on the courtyard of the Downtow
Chatham Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
up their post to the shelter of the tent set up on the courtyard of the Downtown Chatham Centre across the street. Rev. Mark Sceviour shared a couple of touching moments from his connection with those standing vigil. The first, with a member of... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
150-hour vigil 'going fantastic'Rev. Mark Sceviour had a gut feeling people wanted a way to show their patrioti
Chatham Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
Rev. Mark Sceviour had a gut feeling people wanted a way to show their patriotic pride and it appears a 150-hour vigil being held at Chatham's cenotaph is proof of that. The vigil, which began on Sunday at 6 p.m. and will last until just prior to... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Volunteers still sought for cenotaph vigilNov. 5 to noon on Nov. 11. The purpose is to not only mark Canada's 150th, but
Chatham Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
Nov. 5 to noon on Nov. 11. The purpose is to not only mark Canada's 150th, but also to honour those who have served. Rev. Mark Sceviour, organizer of the event, said about a half-dozen shifts are left to cover. “I wouldn't want to see us to miss... Read more

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