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Local 'champ' donates Canadian Army newsreels to library

Marissa Worby, 15, of Guelph, is proud to be part of Operation Legacy
Marissa Worby
15-year-old Marissa Worby has donated more than 20 hours of Second World War footage to the Guelph Public Library. Submitted photo

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WAR AMPS

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Marissa Worby, 15, of Guelph, is proud to be part of Operation Legacy, in which members of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program pass on the Remembrance message.

Marissa presented the Guelph Public Library, East Side Branch, with a copy of the Canadian Army Newsreel DVDs which contain more than 20 hours of footage produced by the Canadian Army Film Unit during the Second World War.

The footage documents Canadian troops in training and in battle, life behind the lines, as well as the efforts on the home front.

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