2019 Remembrance Day Activities

Various Dates in November


EVENT:
Remembrance Activities
Cost: N/A
Start Time: See below
End Time: See Below
Drop Off Point: Bradford Legion
Pick Up Point: Bradford Legion
Coordinating Details: Cadets will attend in uniform

Remembrance Day is an important event where Canadians reflect on the sacrifices made during times of conflict and Crisis.  We are proud to support our Legion and Community by taking part in a series of events to support recognition of our Veterans and their families.

Poppy Campaign  –  Weekend of 2-3 November

Cadets will assist the legion with taking donations for poppies.  Cadets will be placed at various locations around Bradford with poppy boxes.  We are looking at two shifts and ask that every cadet take part in at least one.

  • Saturday Morning 10AM – 1PM
  • Saturday Afternoon 1PM – 4PM
  • Sunday Morning 10AM – 1PM
  • Sunday Afternoon 1PM – 4PM

*Cadets who take part in both Saturday shifts will have lunch provided.

Veterans Dinner – Saturday 2 November

Cadets will participate in hosting the Legion Veterans Dinner.  There will be one shift for this activity.

  • Set up and Serving of Veteran’s Dinner 6:15 – 10PM

Remembrance Day Ceremony Sunday 10 November

Cadets will participate in the Remembrance Day parade following the church service. Parents and cadets are invited to attend the church service and reception, but it is not a part of the formal cadet activity. If cadets and their parents would like to attend the service, they should be at the Anglican Church at 9:55.

  • The Parade leaves the TSC plaza at 1:00PM Cadets are to arrive b y 12:30 in uniform.
  • The parade will proceed to the legion for the Act of Remembrance and wreath laying.
  • Parents are invited to attend the ceremony and reception at the legion and pick up their cadets (approx 2PM – 2:30)



Fall FTX – Exercise New Beginnings

25 – 27 October 2019


EVENT:
Fall Field Training Exercise
Cost: N/A
Start Time: 1800 hours (6PM) Friday 25 October
End Time: 1600 hours (4PM) Sunday October 2019
Drop Off Point: Bradford Legion
Pick Up Point: Bradford Legion
Coordinating Details: A detailed kit list will be posted. Training taking place on this weekend is required for promotion.

37 Squadron is conducting it’s very first Field Training Exercise on the weekend of 25 – 27 October.

On this activity, cadets will participate in an overnight training program where they will be learning and developing outdoor survival skills and military field procedures. Annual field training is mandatory for advancement in the program.

Kit List

Click below for the Kit List (List of items to bring)

Cadets Attending

The following is a list of the cadets who signed up for the activity by the deadline of 14 October.

Cadet Last NameCadet First Name
AwanZeeshan
BabanBenjamin
Evans Trinity
FraserOwen
GlatmanAlexandra
Grahamcolton
HaagWilliam
JinTian Yu
Kalanova Sabina 
LiangRaymond
LinTimothy
LotterCharlotte
MalikTalha
Mckeown-Rodrigues Matthew
McLaughlinAndre
McLaughlinSebastian 
mukhtarmikael
O’LearyGavin
PeckhamNicholas
RanjhaMuzzammil Ayaan
RepsinaCedric
SellersNoah
SiaEvan
SiaGrace
Sibbert-WindsorTrystan
SmachanyEden
SunJoseph
Troke Johnathon 
WeirNathan
ZeladaMaya

The following cadets have been selected from standby to fill empty spots on the FTX

Xu, Arthur
Jiang, Victor
Mohorea, Mihail


37 Squadron’s First Tag Day Fundraiser

Date: 18-20 October


EVENT:
Tag Day Fundraiser
Cost: N/A
Start Time: Friday 6PM (other shifts as listed)
End Time: 5PM Sunday
Drop Off Point: Bradford Legion
Pick Up Point: Bradford Legion
Coordinating Details: Cadets should be in uniform.

Cadets from 37 Squadron will be participating in tagging on the weekend of the 18th. Tagging is am important fundraiser that generates money to spend on cadet activities. All of the funds raised goes directly towards opportunities for our cadets.

There will be four shifts. We ask cadets to take part in as many shifts as they can. The shifts are:

Friday Night: 6-9PM

Saturday AM 9-1PM

Saturday PM 1PM-5PM

Sunday AM 12-4PM

Cadets are to wear their full uniform, or black pants and white shirt if they have not received a uniform yet.

Parents who would like to volunteer as drivers to support this activity are asked to speak to a member of the Sponsoring Committee.