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608 Duke of Edinburgh
Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron
You are cordially invited to attend
Change of Command Ceremony of 608 Duke of Edinburgh RCACS
Outgoing CO: Capt Cynthia Russell
Incoming CO: Capt Justin Leadbeater
Presiding Officer: TBD
Wednesday 04 Nov 2020
Through Zoom Video Communications
The ceremony starts at 6:00 PM
Military NO1A with medals
(Cadets and parents are automatically RVSP'd and an invitation will be sent out prior)
Texting service is also available!
We take for granted that all youth know about this free service, but a reminder might help. This week they are launching Messenger support so young people with Instagram and Facebook accounts can connect with the chat service without being limited by text characters.
28th October 2020
Wednesday 4th November 2020
608 Duke of Edinburgh Squadron will be hosting its first virtual guest speaker for this training year through Zoom. Email invitations will be sent out prior to the evening.
LOLA REID ALLIN
Pilot Lola Reid Allin (pictured) began her career in commercial aviation in 1979. At the time, only roughly five per cent of commercial pilots were women. Photo Courtesy of Lola Reid Allin
Cadets are invited to read:
Women in aviation: The hard facts
Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Belleville, Ont. This is part 2 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. Read part 1 here.