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Annual Cadet Review

This is the most important parade of our year! All cadets are expected to be in attendance. We encourage cadets to invite their family and friends to help us celebrate our first year working together!

EVENT: Annual Cadet Review
Cost:Free. Lunch provided for cadets
Start Time:09:00 Cadets
12:45 Guests
End Time:3:00PM All cadets are expected to remain and help clean up after the parade.
Drop Off Point:Bradford and District Memorial Community Centre
ON EDWARD STREET, NOT THE NEW CENTRE. See Map Below
Pick Up Point: Bradford and District Memorial Community Centre
Coordinating Details:1. Cadets are to arrive at the community centre in civilian clothing with their uniform on a hanger.

2. Parents are asked to arrive and take their seats at 12:45

3. The parade will take approximately one and a half hours.

4. All cadets are expected to remain to assist with cleaning up following the parade

Gliding Day, April 21

The weather was not in our favour for flying, but cadets did get a chance to explore the hanger and some of the displays at Canadian Forces Base Borden.

Cadets Selected for Gliding

The following cadets have been SELECTED to attend gliding on Sunday 21 April. Meet the bus at Fieldcrest at 7:45 AM. The bus cannot wait for late cadets. Have your health card with you and dress for the weather.

Cadet Last NameCadet First Name
EVANSIA
EvansTrinity
GarciaRohan Siegfred 
grahamcolton
HaagWilliam
Kumarannehelage Thevindu
LiangDaniel
LiangRaymond
LinTimothy
LockOwen
LotterCharlotte 
Mazeral Jayden 
McLaughlinSebastian
McLaughlinAndre
O’learyGavin
REPSINACEDRIC
SellersNoah
ShifrinLior
SunJoseph
ThevinduKumarannehelage 
WeirNathan

Squadron Crest Vote Results

On Thursday, everyone had the opportunity to place their vote for one of several submitted crest ideas. All of the submissions were excellent and we thank everyone who took the time to create and submit them! Many of the crests we chose from included images that we would have to secure rights to, some of them at expense to the squadron. Others were amazing, but would not be reproducible by embroidery or screening because of the intricacies.

A winning crest was chosen and sent to a graphic designer (a very good friend of ours), to ensure that images were stylized in a way that meets copyright laws and can be reproduced easily. The result embodies the design of the original in a way that is all our own. It also embodies elements of some of the other submissions as well!

I am happy to post this first, draft rendering of what will, pending approval, be our squadron crest!