It’s that time of year yet again….
Well folks. The summer is over. Hopefully everyone has had a chance to unwind a bit
before the new training and school year starts up. The last training year was by far one of
the busiest that the program has ever provided. We accomplished many things and had
some serious fun in the process.
This year looks like it will again be a very busy one. The end of this training year will
see our Annual Inspection taking place on the actual anniversary date of our corps 40th.
As you can imagine, the year will have several activities planned to mark that event. One
of which is the planned trip to Halifax in the spring.
There will be a requirement for additional fundraising in order to assure that the
necessary funding is available. There will be more information presented by the Fund
Raising Committee in the near future.
The corps is strong, and ready for new growth. I ask that all cadets take on the challenge
of recruiting new cadets into the program. We have a strong Navy League Branch as
well as a full slate of staff onboard to continue on the tradition of excellence at our corps.
I would like to welcome Naval Cadet Daniel Gignac to our corps. As most of you know,
Mr. Gignac has two cadets in our program……I’m waiting to see how the family
dynamics pan out on that one Dan…
As always, we are looking for volunteers to assist with special events including Tag Days
and other local events. I know that with your help, we can continue to set the standard
for the Sea Cadet Program.