If you’re looking for something exciting to do, we thought we’d offer up the rides at Canada’s Wonderland and bring the amusement park to you!
You can take a virtual ride on 16 coasters, 11 thrill rides and seven family rides with first-person ‘point-of-view’ (POV) videos on Youtube. Experience some of the grown-up rides virtually, even if your are not, technically tall enough to ride in person. Or maybe you can convince your non-ride-loving family/friend member to give it a try!
This video by Neil Diamond has been all over the news. He has updated Sweet Caroline with lyrics for safety during COVID-19.
Band member's challenge: Create lyrics or music that you can share or see who can create the best song/composition! Any submissions will be shared with the SEOA Area office as they set this challenge.
Music Proficiency Level Training Resources
Level testing music has been updated in the squadron's website and can be found at:
608dukes.com > Resources > For Cadets > Cadet Training > Music Training
In order to keep cadets engaged, 608 Duke of Edinburgh Squadron will be issuing out a challenge or activity every week. The goal of this initiative is to keep cadets engaged with the program though alternative methods while spending time in self-isolation.
Challenge/Activity #1: "Construct a Model Aerodrome"
- Cadets have access to the following Instructional Guides (IGs) below
- Cadets may use any resource at their disposal
- Pictures of completed projects can be privately messaged to the Squadron's Facebook Page or through the email link below.
- The top aerodromes will be judged in the following categories: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4, and Level 5
- We encourage enlisting family members/ housemates to assist with your aerodrome
- All aerodromes will be accepted for the challenge (adult staff, SSC, alumni, family, friends, etc.)
- Questions/ concerns can be directed through the below email link
This challenge is due on Wednesday 1st April 2020 at 1800hrs (6:00 PM)
Formation is requesting information pertaining to all adults and cadets who are in self-isolation, suspected COVID-19, who are infected, and who may have been released from self-isolation. This information is necessary to determine implications to the cadet program as the leadership is working to stay ahead of things and to provide as much advance notice to everyone as possible.
***IF YOUR STATUS CHANGES PLEASE SUBMIT A NEW FORM***