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Issue # 33
Week of May 11, 2014
Do Not Forget
151 Chadburn Squadron’s
Tuesday 7:30 PM Legends Centre, Harmony Road North
CADETS ARE TO BE AT THE LEGENDS CENTRE NO LATER THAN 1800 IN UNIFORM
The Annual Inspection which will be held Tuesday May 13 at 8 PM is the most important parade of the cadet
year and every cadet is expected to attend. It is the time for cadets and staff to demonstrate to parents and
the public the proficiency and spirit of our Squadron.
LAST CALL FOR YEAR END TRIP SIGN-UP
There will be one last chance for cadets to be signed up for the year-end trip on Monday night at 7:00pm. Parents must have all required documentation and fees with them to sign their cadet up for the trip. Remember this trip is open to all cadets in the Squadron and is a great deal. If you have any questions, please address them to Ms. Di Loreto at email@example.com
If you have already indicated an interest in attending, please make sure you get down to register on Monday night.
Last Cadet Dance of the Cadet Training Year
420 Wing RCAFA
With the end of the cadet training year fast approaching the Squadron held is last cadet dance this past Friday evening.
As one can see from the photos it was a fun filled and lively evening for our cadets.
Band And Drill Trophies
There was a pleasant surprise this past Monday evening as the Squadron was presented officially with the trophies that the unit won at the Eastern Band and Drill competition.
There was an additional award as both the band and drill teams were presented with plaques for being the best dressed units on parade.
In the photo below, Major Bliss presents the top five earners from the recent Tag Days with their prizes.
The cadets were rewarded for their hard work with gift cards for the Oshawa Centre. Great Job in leading the way.
With only one week to go to the end of the cadet training year both Warrant Officer Jackson and Warrant Officer Tan aged out of the cadet program.
They are shown here with their certificates and mugs which were presented to them at the end of last week’s parade.
The Squadron Welcomes A New Squadron Warrant Officer
The aging out of the Squadron Warrant Officer and the appointment of another cadet to this position is an important milestone not only for the cadet but the Squadron as well. In the photo below you can see Major Bliss welcoming our new Squadron Warrant Officer.
A New Helicopter Pilot for the Canadian Forces
With only a few flights left to go David Weigel a former cadet warrant officer from 151 squadron will complete Phase 3 of his helicopter flight training in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba. His graduation parade will be at the end of May or the beginning of June. At that time he will receive his RCAF Wings, get promoted to Lt. and then be posted to an a unit of the Canadian Forces. David will join another new RCAF pilot and former cadet pilot Lt. David Brosseau who will be going to Cold Lake Alberta to train as a CF 18 Pilot.
Royal Order of the Glassy Boot
WO1 B. Jackson, WO2 A.Hembruff, WO2 A.Boyden, WO2 R. Bliss, WO2 C. Tan, F/Sgt D. Lloyd, F/Sgt C.Travis, F/Sgt J.Shaw, F/Sgt K.Katzer,
F/Sgt S.Sheppard, F/Sgt A.Ford Williams, , F/Sgt V.Singh, F/Sgt. E. Dellipizzi, F/Sgt. B. Medina
Sgt. S. Lysyk, Sgt. N. Nemeth, Sgt. R. DeMille, Sgt. M. Obrien, Sgt. B. McMurtry, Sgt R.Barton, Sgt. J.Ehrt ,Sgt. O.Sam, Sgt C.Brandow, F/Cpl. M. Annis, F/Cpl T. Milne, F/Cpl J.Hancock, F/Cpl C.Abraham, F/Cpl B. Hewett , Cpl. R.Sealey, Cpl J.Hancock, Cpl F.Chandler, Cpl. K. Lake, Cpl. D. Lloyd
Thoughts from the Treadmill
This will be a short insert this week with only a couple of thoughts. Please remember the Annual Ceremonial Review will be on Tuesday night at the Legends Centre. Cadets are to be at the Legends Centre no later than 1800 in uniform. Please remember that a good meal before the parade is very important as is drinking a good amount of water. Parents are asked to be in their seats no later than 1940 for the parade to start at 1955.
There will be one last chance to sign up for the year end trip. Staff will be at the hall on Monday night at 7:00 pm to accept payment and check documentation. After Monday night, the list will be sent to the US Border, and no additions will be possible after that. Please contact Ms. Di Loreto if you have any questions or concerns. Heather.firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to both SWO Jackson and DSWO Tan on their graduation last week. Great Job by both of you over your cadet careers. Congratulations to the incoming Squadron Warrant Officer, WO1 Bliss on your appointment.
That’s all for now.
Stay Safe and Have a Great Week
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