Biathlon - cancelled this week-cadets may ski at Stake Lake under parent supervision-no officer will be there and this is not a cadet activity
*Biathlon Stake Lake - 1530-1715hrs
Effective Speaking 1815-1930hrs *204 Sqn Effective Speaking Competition will next week at 8:15PM-9PM Parents are invited to attend. The winner advances to Zones.
First-Aid Team 1930-2100 hrs
*Biathlon ski waxing: 1800-1930hrs*new announcement from last night
Band 1700-1900 hrs
Marching Choir 1900-2000hrs
*Range 1800-2000hrs * new announcement from last night
*Ground Team 1900-2030hrs * new announcement from last night*
Biathlon Provincials Mt Washington
Level Testing for Band Cadets - see CV Burlock on Thursday to make sure you have all your music for level testing.
1330-1630 hrs at 169 Briar Ave (Sea/Army Hall)
Dress is civis - bring instrument and music
Range Practice 1200-1600 hrs
From the CO:
Congrats to WO1 Jervis and Cpl Solomomson who made Provincials for Biathlon! Stay tuned for info for this weekend.
Congrats to WO2 Cooper who received an offer to Staff at Alberthead this summer and WO2 Willey at Vernon this summer!
Summer Camp application deadline is over.
Upcoming events are on the website calendar, here's a list of activities coming up:
Biathlon Provincials -Mt Washington Feb 2-4
Level 1's and Accelerated cadets Training Day February 24
Marksmanship Zones (Tentative) 2-4 March
Boards for NSTC March 3
Biathlon Nationals (Results at Provincials determine qualified cadets) Feb 28-March 5
Level 2's and up Training Day March 10th
Parent Social March 5th
Level 5 Workshop in Vernon March 16-18
Honour Band (dates not confirmed yet - during Spring Break)
Spring Break Trip (still not confirmed) March 17-23
BAND/DRILL COMPETITION: Saturday April 14th
If you have any questions about level training please see your level officer ⬇️
Level 1- CV Weare
Accelerated - CV Fagan
Level 2 - CV Jyrkkanen
Level 3 - CV Burlock
Level 4 - 2Lt Jervis
Level 5 - Capt Leslie
From the SSC:
Please sign up for the Family Day event at TCC on Monday Feb 12 - we need all cadets to attend!
Scholarship info below:
To encourage the next generation of female leaders to soar to new heights, NAV CANADA is announcing a new educational camp for girls, called Explore Aviation Summer Camp.
Explore Aviation Summer Camp will offer 20 girls entering Grade 10 insider access to learn how aviation works in Canada, and about the people who help keep aircraft flying safely. This one week, all-expenses-paid camp uses hands-on learning to explore exciting career choices in aviation to allow participants to experience the power and potential of a science education, and to be empowered to reach for success.
Who can apply: Girls entering Grade 10 in September 2018
Where: NAV CENTRE, Cornwall, ON, with day trips to Montreal and Ottawa
When: July 15-20, 2018
Cost: Paid for by NAV CANADA bursaries
Why: To inspire girls to explore their personal and career potential in aviation
Explore Aviation Summer Camp points the spotlight on careers in aviation where STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education is the key to success for tomorrow’s workforce. Science-based careers are predicted to dominate the marketplace, with up to 70 per cent of Canada’s top jobs already requiring a STEM education, according to Let’s Talk Science, a Canadian charity dedicated to education and outreach to support youth development.
Participants will be selected from across Canada by a NAV CANADA committee composed of aviation professionals. Applicants must submit an essay of 350 to 500 words explaining why they want to attend Explore Aviation Summer Camp. A letter of recommendation from a teacher or community leader must be included with the application.
The application deadline is March 9, 2018.
If you know a girl who is a good fit for this program, please visit NAV CANADA’s website for more information and to apply at www.navcanada.ca/summercamp.