20 Oct 19
Hopefully, everyone is sufficiently recovered from Thanksgiving. We’re back to our regular schedule this week with optional training on Monday and mandatory training on Wednesday.
If you’re a new cadet and you haven’t been sized for your uniform yet, come out on Monday night to make sure that gets done. If you really can’t make it out on Monday for this, let us know and we’ll make time on Wednesday. We want to make sure that all cadets are in full uniform before Remembrance Day.
On the topic of Remembrance Day, the Royal Canadian Legion’s Poppy Campaign begins this coming weekend. Further details on volunteering to support this activity and gain some volunteer hours at the same time will be available this Wednesday. Remember, once the Poppy Campaign begins on 25 Oct, the poppy is a mandatory part of the cadet uniform until the end of Remembrance Day Ceremonies on the 11 Nov. Details on positioning can be found in the Dress Instructions at Chapter 4, Annex A.
We’re only two weeks out from out Autumn FTX at Camp Wetaskiwin and three weeks from our Remembrance Day Sleepover, Vigil, and Parades. We’ll have further details on both of these activities published over the next few days.
23 Oct 19
Training Night Schedule
See the Events Calendar.
CAF Member Dress
Duty Officer: Capt Lemoine
This Week’s Activities
|21 Oct 19 1900-2115||Monday||Optional Training Night||809 HQ||Civilian||Capt Lemoine|
|23 Oct 19 1830-2115||Wednesday||Regular Training Night||809 HQ||C3/C3D||Capt Lemoine|
|28 Oct 19 1900-2115||Monday||Optional Training Night||809 HQ||Civilian||OCdt Couroux|
|30 Oct 19 1830-2115||Wednesday||Regular Training Night||809 HQ||C3/C3D||2Lt Nicolescu|
|1-3 Nov 19||Friday-Sunday||Autumn Field Training Exercise||Wetaskiwin Scout Camp||Civilian or FTU||Capt Lemoine|
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