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Saturday 24 June:
24 June – BBQ and fun day at NLCC Carlplace (Carleton Place) – 1100-1500 (11:00 am – 3:00 pm).
Cadets are to wear appropriate civilian clothing. Cadets are to bring bathing suit, towel and, if they have them, watershoes. Parents must drop off cadets at NLCC Carlplace (Navy League Building, 137 John St., Carleton Place) at 11:00 am. Lunch will be provided (hot dogs and hamburgers). For those cadets with dietary restrictions please bring their own lunch. Water will be available throughout the day however bring a water bottle would not be a bad idea. Please wear sunscreen and wear a hat.
Pick-up is at 1500 (3:00 pm) at NLCC Carlplace.
For more information please read the Ops orders – OPS ORDERS
On this Day 24 June 1918:
June 24, 1918 – Aviation – Royal Flying Corps Capt Brian Peck and mechanic Cpl C.W. Mathers inaugurate the first airmail service in Canada, taking off from the Bois Franc Polo Grounds in Montreal at 10:12 a.m in a JN-4 Curtiss two-seater biplane loaded with mail sacks for Toronto; wind and rain force them to make refuelling stops at Kingston and Deseronto; at 4:55 p.m., Peck and Mathers land at the Leaside Aerodrome.
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