Story by Henry Ronald Harrison & Florence Pénicaud
Pictures by Henry Ronald Harrison
The Verdun 2800 Cadet Corps held their annual 24 Hours cadet from March 31st, 18:00 until April 1st 16:00 during which time the cadets participated in rock climbing and an obstacle course at Horizon Roc, group activities as well as a pancake breakfast and pizza lunch in the Church of the Epiphany to end it all of bowling at Quilles G plus.
The 2800 Verdun Cadet Corps has been established in Verdun for over 50 years. Every Thursday evening, from September to May, they participate in a training night. They receive training on a multitude of subjects enabling them to become exemplary citizens. www.2800verdun.ca
The Cadet Program offers dynamic activities to teens aged 12 to 18 promoting good physical fitness in a safe environment. It is a youth organization, free of charge with the goal of developing good personal qualities of leadership and citizenship while promoting good physical fitness and teamwork.
For more information:
Maude Crevier, Vice President, Civilian Committee
CC2800Verdun – 438-928-9800
For more information on the Cadet Program www.cadets.ca