THURSDAY, 3 NOVEMBER
"Ground School is also going well on Thursday evenings. Thank you to CV Haigh and CI Haigh for supporting this important activity." - Capt Dixon
FRIDAY, 4 NOVEMBER
> Our Squadron is proudly taking part in the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 99 (Belleville)’s Poppy Day.
> Cadets should come to the Armouries IN C-2 DRESS (FULL UNIFORM) WITH CADET PARKAS at 1645hrs (4:45 PM) for the 1700-1900hrs (5:00-7:00 PM) shift OR 1845hrs (6:45 PM) for the 1900-2100hrs (7:00-9:00 PM) shift. **If Cadets do not have a cadet parka they will be issued one**
> Parents, please enter the Armouries with your cadet as we need you to drive the cadets to their locations as well as to return them to the Armouries when their shift is over.
> High School volunteer hours may be counted for this event.
> Pipe Major Douglas and Drum Major Kaia are joining us for our 1st Pipe and Drum practice.
> The Brass and Reed Band is also practicing.
**Band Members should take part in Poppy Day at 5pm and return at 7pm for Band Practice**
"Our 1st Brass and Reed Band practice was awesome! We can already play General Salute. Marching and playing will take a little more time to master." - Capt Dixon
SATURDAY, 5 NOVEMBER
This Gliding Day will run the same way as our previous Gliding Day in October;
> Parents must transport their cadets TO and FROM CFD Mountainview.
> Please Sign-Up Wednesday night for the time you prefer (0900 hrs - 1230 hrs OR 1230 hrs - 1600 hrs).
> The Sign-Up sheet will be posted on the rolling white board at the entrance.
> Temperatures on the Airfield are often quite cool and windy and Temperatures in the glider are much colder. Please Dress Appropriately!!
> Washrooms are available.
> It may be a good idea to eat breakfast/lunch before arriving.
> Bring your own water to drink.
> You may even bring a camera!
SUNDAY, 6 NOVEMBER
> 1200-1400hrs (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM)
"Range Practices are going well with many Cadets taking part Sundays noon-2pm. Thank you Lt[N] Miller for running this program." - Capt Dixon