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Jeudi, 13 juin 2024

The 24 Hours Cadet

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.

Even with and injured arm, Cadet Prima still participated in the bowling.

For more information:

Maude Crevier, Vice President, Civilian Committee

CC2800Verdun – 438-928-9800

          For more information on the Cadet Program www.cadets.ca

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