Saturday 25 May
Trip to Portland, ON: The 40 cadets who were selected (notified by email) will be participating in a trip to Portland, Ontario for our annual clean-up and Ceremony at the grave site of Vice Admiral Kingsmill, the namesake of NLCC Vice Admiral Kingsmill.
Parents are to drop off their cadet(s) at 0900 (9:00am) at HMCS Carleton. We would ask that parents arrive at the HMCS Carleton no later than 1530 (3:30 pm) to pick up their cadet(s).
As the weather can be unpredictable, please ensure that your cadet is dressed for the conditions and that he/she has been fed breakfast plus plenty of fluids.
Cadets that attend are to be in full uniform. Cadets may bring a water bottle and snacks. Lunch will be provided by the Portland Legion. It will most probably be hot dogs or sandwiches. Cadets please bring your own lunch if you have any dietary restrictions.
Sunday 26 May
Regular training: from 1300-1600 with the dress being full uniform or white shirt/ dark pants and shoes (for those without a uniform). Cadets please arrive between 1245-1300. Parents will be allowed to enter for the closing parade at 1545 (3:45 pm). Please arrive on time to pick up your cadet as we have to vacate the building as soon as sunset is complete.
Fife and Drum Training: Fife and drum will practice from 1200-1300. Please bring a snack/lunch and water. Dress is full uniform or white shirt, dark pants and shoes (for those without a uniform).
Year End Trip to Fort Henry:
For information on our annual year-end trip to Fort Henry see FORT HENRY 2019.
Registration for the 2018/2019 is now closed. Registration for the 2019/2020 season will commence on 8 September 2019.
On this day May 26, 1940:
Start of the evacuation of British, French and Belgian troops from Dunkirk; some Canadians involved in the rescue. Britain had entered the war with 80,000 military vehicles of all types, but 75,000 were left behind on the beaches at Dunkirk.
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