59th Annual Ceremonial Review

631 Sentinel Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron is pleased to invite you to its 59th Annual Ceremonial Review, on Wednesday, 17 June, at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Centre.

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Cadets must arrive in uniform at 17:00.  We recommend cadets bring their tunic on a hangar and boots wrapped in Kiwi cloth to prevent any accidents in transit.  Uniforms must be pressed and boots must be polished.  There will not be time to work on uniforms prior to the parade.

Dress for cadets will be C-1, which means cadets must ensure they have the following issued clothing before they leave home:

  • Pants
  • Collared shirt
  • Belt
  • Tunic & Belt
  • Boots
  • Socks
  • Name tag
  • Wedge
  • Tie

Parents and guests are invited to arrive at 18:30, to be seated by march off at 18:45.  The Reviewing Officer will arrive at 19:00.

The Squadron Sponsoring Committee has arranged for light refreshments following the parade.  Cadets will be expected to remain until clean-up is completed.

We look forward to showing you all that we have accomplished this year! See you Wednesday!

ACR Practice

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ACR Practice
Wednesday, 10 Jun at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex
18:00 to 21:00
Dress: C-1 Ceremonial Dress (Full Dress). Cadets must be wearing C-1 so we can ensure all uniform parts fit correctly, and that cadets meet the required uniform standard.
This will be your last opportunity to exchange uniform parts before Annual Review next Wednesday, 17 Jun.

Reminders:

  • Our Annual Ceremonial Review will take place on Wednesday, 17 June, at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex. Parents and guests are encourage to attend!

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Annual Banquet

The Annual Squadron Banquet will take place on Wednesday, 3 June, at Qssis Banquet Halls, located at 3474 Kingston Road, in Scarborough.

This banquet is open to all cadets and family, and we encourage everyone to attend to witness deserving cadets receive their awards, and for a great time to be had by all!

Please note: Ticket pricing has changed. The cost is $30 per ticket, with special pricing available for the top fundraisers during Spring Tagging: Cadets who brought in over $200 get their ticket for free!

Dress for the event is as follows:
Cadets: C-8 or C-1
Military: 2 or 2B
Civilian: Business Attire

If you’d like to join us, speak with your SSC Chair, Sandra Lackan, on Wednesday to purchase your tickets.  This is the only night they will be available!

Activities: Week of 25 May

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Drop-in Basketball and Volleyball
Monday, 25 May at Charles Gordon Sr. PS
18:00 – 21:30
Open to all cadets.
Dress: Appropriate civilian sports attire

Squadron Sports Night
Wednesday, 27 May at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex
18:00 to 21:00
Dress: Appropriate civilian sports attire.

Annual Banquet
The Annual Squadron Banquet will be taking place next Wednesday, 3 June at Qssis Banquet Halls.
Tickets will be available for purchase this Wednesday only, during regular training.  See above for more information.

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Activities: Week of 11 May

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CO’s Parade
Wednesday, 13 May at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex
18:15 to 21:00
NCOs fall-in at 18:00
Dress: C-1 Ceremonial Dress.  Cadets without a uniform will wear black pants with white shirt and black tie.

Chance to Win
Your Parents Committee has two tickets to the first playoff game of Toronto Rock, on 23 May, donated by #3, Brock Sorensen.
Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00, and will be available at Canteen on Wednesday, 13 May.

Band and Drill Practice will be cancelled this weekend.

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Activities: Week of 4 May

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Regular Training Night
Wednesday, 6 May at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex
18:30 to 21:00
Dress: C-4 Routine Training Dress.  Cadets without a uniform should wear squadron t-shirts or white shirt and black tie.
Parents are encouraged to attend closing parades at 20:40 to ensure they have the same information their cadets do.

Gliding
Saturday, 9 May
08:15 – 17:00
Cadets who have signed up are to be dropped off at Don Montgomery CRC by 08:15 on Saturday.
Cadets must bring their Health Cards in order to board the bus.  Photocopies will not be accepted.
Lunch will be provided.
Cadets should dress for the weather.
Cadets are to be picked up at Don Montgomery at 17:00 on Saturday.  Depending on weather, it’s possible cadets will return earlier, so keep an eye on this page for updates.

Sports Competition
Saturday, 9 May at Fort York Armoury
07:00 – 18:30
Cadets are to be dropped off at Don Montgomery CRC by 07:00 on Saturday.
Cadets must bring their Health Cards in order to board the bus.  Photocopies will not be accepted.
Lunch will be provided.
Cadets are to be picked up at Don Montgomery at 18:30 on Saturday.
Our Parents Committee is looking for assistance running Canteen at this event, between 9:30 and 16:30.  If you’re available to help us out, please contact Lucie Moreau or speak with Dianne Sahadeo on Wednesday, 6 May, at Canteen.

Band and Drill Practice will be cancelled this weekend.

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Spring FTX Information

This weekend, from 1-3 May, cadets will be taking part in a Field Training Exercise at Camp Samac in Oshawa.

Cadets must be at Don Montgomery CRC no later that 17:15 for kit verification before we depart on the bus at 18:00.  Cadets must eat dinner before arriving, as dinner is not provided on Friday night.

All Cadets must have their Health Cards before boarding the bus.  Paper copies will not be accepted.

The Kit List was provided to cadets last week, but is also available here.

We anticipate cadets will be returning at 15:00 on Sunday, 3 May. Any changes to that will be reflected here as well as on the Facebook page.

Activities: Week of 27 April

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Sports Night
Monday, 27 April  at Charles Gordon Sr. PS
18:00 – 21:30
Dress: Appropriate civilian sports attire

Regular Training Night
Wednesday, 29 April at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex
18:30 to 21:00
Dress: C-4 Routine Training Dress.  Cadets without a uniform should wear squadron t-shirts or white shirt and black tie.
Parents are encouraged to attend closing parades at 20:40 to ensure they have the same information their cadets do.

Spring FTX
Friday, 1 May to Sunday, 3 May.
Cadets are to be dropped off at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex by 17:30 on Friday.  Cadets are to be picked up at Don Montgomery at 15:00 on Sunday.
Additional details will be posted soon.  Keep an eye on this page!

Band and Drill Practice will be cancelled due to the FTX this weekend.

Reminders:

  • Spring Gliding will take place on Saturday, 9 May.  Spots are limited, and on a first come, first serve basis. Sign up will continue on Wednesday.

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Activities: Week of 20 April

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Sports Night
Monday, 20 April  at Charles Gordon Sr. PS
18:00 – 21:30
Dress: Appropriate civilian sports attire

Regular Training Night
Wednesday, 23 April at Don Montgomery Community Recreation Complex
18:30 to 21:00
Dress: C-4 Routine Training Dress.  Cadets without a uniform should wear squadron t-shirts or white shirt and black tie.
Parents are encouraged to attend closing parades at 20:40 to ensure they have the same information their cadets do.

Senior’s Workshop
Saturday, 25 April at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 345
10:00 – 16:00
All cadets in Levels 3 and up are to attend mandatory training put forward by Senior Cadets and Staff to ensure they are prepared to move into positions of responsibility next year.
Futher information will be announced on Wednesdays.
Dress: Appropriate civilian attire.

Drill Team Practice
Sunday, 26 April at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 345
10:00 – 16:00
Dress: Appropriate civilian attire.

Band Practice
Sunday, 26 April at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 345
12:00 – 14:00
Dress: Appropriate civilian attire.

Reminders:

  • Cadets who received Summer Training offers are must return Page 2 signed on Wednesday.  Cadets who do not return this form will not be eligible to attend summer training.
  • The Spring FTX will take place 1-3 May. Sign up will continue on Wednesday.  Cadets who are unable to attend should speak to a member of the training staff.
  • Spring Gliding will take place on Saturday, 9 May.  Spots are limited, and on a first come, first serve basis. Sign up will continue on Wednesday.

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Spring Tagging Update

Thank you to all those cadets who came out this evening to raise funds for the squadron! We understand and appreciate all the work that you have put in tonight!  We have four shifts to go, and remember, all cadets must complete a minimum of three shifts each.

A special thank you to all the volunteer drivers who made this evening a success!  Without you, Tag Days could never happen.

We have three more days of Tagging to go, and we still need drivers!  Please, if you are available to help us out on any of the below shifts, please come by the office when you are dropping off your cadets with your license and insurance, and we will find a location that is convenient for you!

Tagging continues:
Friday, 17 April – 17:30 – 21:00
Saturday, 18 April – 08:00 – 13:00 / 12:00 – 17:00
Sunday, 19 April – 10:00 – 17:00

And finally, in just a few short hours tonight, our cadets raised $1,100.49!  Keep checking this page as we update our total, and keep working hard to earn the spot of top earner!

Semper Vigilantes!