Wed 27 May 15:
ACR (Annual Ceremonial Review) practice in summer dress. Sports night is cancelled and ACR practice will resume.
Sat 30 May 15:
0900hrs-1200hrs: ACR practice, civilian clothing.
1200hrs-1245hrs: Lunch Bring your own/money for Dairy Queen.
1300hrs: Cadets are to be in full dress uniform (tunic and medals)
1400hrs: ACR begins
Wed 3 Jun 15
Bowling at Quinte Bowl. More information to come on Wednesday.
Sat 6 Jun 15
0800hrs-2030hrs - Travel to Canada's Wonderland. $40 due NLT (No Later Than) 3 Jun 15. Minimum 15 cadets required for sign up or trip will be cancelled.
On 30 June 2015, Vintage Wings of Canada will host the second edition of the "Hadfield Summit," a Day of Inspiration and Leadership Development for Youth, for which 300 Cadets from the National Capital Region (NCR) are invited to participate. A full day of activities is scheduled, under the direction of Vintage Wings of Canada, during which cadets will have the opportunity to meet Chris Hadfield and Maryse Carmichael. Of interest, over 20 aircraft will be on static display at this event. The day will close with air demonstrations from: a CF 18 wearing the Battle of Britain Celebrations Colours; the Snowbirds; and a F-86 Sabre piloted by Chris Hadfield. An overview of this event may be found here:
All cadets interested will be responsible for their own ride up. Please see the CO if you're interested.
At the end of each training year, Cadet Corps and Squadrons across Canada participate in an Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR). An ACR signifies the successful completion of a Training Year.
It is an opportunity for the cadets to display what they have learned throughout the past training year to their families, local dignitaries, and guests. It is also the opportunity for the Squadron to honour deserving cadets by presenting them with various awards.
This year, we will be conducting our