June 5

Nelson sea cadets hold review

The 81st Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp. Hampton Gray V.C. held its Annual Ceremonial Review at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club

The 81st Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp. Hampton Gray V.C. held its Annual Ceremonial Review at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club on June 1.

Nelson assistant fire chief Mike Daloise (left) learns about the cadet’s marksmanship training from Master Seaman Sebastian Bodine and Able Seaman Tao Measures. The cadets participate in numerous fun filled activities throughout the year including sailing weekends, marksmanship, kayaking, canoeing, leadership and may apply to attend various cadet camp programs in Quadra.

The cadet program is free and open to young men and women ages 12 to 18. Contact Lt. (Navy) Michelle Harris, michelle.harris@cadets.gc.ca if you would like more information.

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