Published on June 1, 2013
© The Yarmouth Vanguard
Article/Photo by Eric Bourque
A ceremony officially unveiling a satellite interpretive panel - part of Yarmouth's Lost to the Sea project - was held Saturday morning, June 1, in Tusket. The panel is located on municipally owned land between the courthouse and archives building.
The panel was unveiled by Argyle Warden Aldric d'Entremont and Councillor Danny Muise.
On Saturday afternoon a second satellite interpretive panel, this one located at the Cape Forchu lighthouse was also unveiled.
The panels provide some historial information on Yarmouth County's history with the sea and the lives that have been lost.
The panels tie in the with the Lost to the Sea memorial, at the corner of Glebe and Water streets. That memorial is being unveiled on Sunday, June 9.