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New Book on Guysborough Veterans

Researcher Kelly Kaiser and writer Diana Lynn Tibert are collaborating on a book that pays tribute to Guysborough Veterans. Still in the research stages, the book is expected to be published about a year from now.

The partners hope to publish the book following a research period of about a year. Here is the letter recently received at Highway 7 Online:

"Attention Veterans of Guysborough County, NS"

Kelly Kaiser and I are gathering information to write a book on the Veterans from Guysborough County who served in WW1 and WW2.

Within this book, we hope to capture the names, faces, thoughts, memories and history of those who served to keep Canada a free country. We are proud of these men and women, and through this book we hope to keep their spirit alive and educate future generations about their experiences.

Anyone wishing to contribute information on themselves or on the behalf of others, please, contact me, Diana Lynn Tibert at RR#1 Milford Station, Hants County, NS B0N 1Y0; or email: wheelsandweeds@ns.sympatico.ca, or Kelly Kaiser at: kkaiser61@yahoo.com.

When using email, please type,
'Guysborough Veterans' on the subject line." This is a large project that will take a year or more to complete, but we are dedicated to the task at hand. This is our small way of saying thanks to all the brave souls who served.

Sincerely, Diana Lynn Tibert

Visit Kelly Kaiser's Website
"Uncommon Heroes"

Visit Diana Lynn Tibert's latest photo feature on Outdoor Nova Scotia:
"Adventure Racing in Nova Scotia"

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