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A hundred years ago the First World War began, 75 years ago the Second World War started and the Gravenhurst legion opened on Bay Street. Starting with a noon-hour parade through downtown - "eyes right" at the cenotaph - led by the legion colour guard and Correctional Service pipe band, legion members, politicians, Rotarians, Lions, Girl Guides and Boy Scouts paraded down Muskoka Road to Veterans Way and up to Bethune Drive and Branch #302, where they were greeted by a couple hundred friends and supporters of all things legion.
The Second World War was just starting in 1939 when the Royal Canadian Legion opened at the bottom of Bay Street. This Saturday, to mark the Harry Wray Branch #302 - and the close connection between the veterans and the citizens - a parade and free thank you barbecue will take place at noon.
Is it no cars downtown? A Muskoka Wharf Wonderland? Muskoka Centre movie studio? A traffic circle at the entrance to town? It's not just politicians, wouldbe politicians, average citizens and movers and shakers who are scratching their heads for answers to the age old question all small towns face.