29 October 2015

Wednesday October 28th, 2015
1. Drill Team - Every Monday night from 1830 to 2130hrs unless otherwise announced. Drill Team is open to all members of 638 Squadron. Members must bring parade boots and their wedge to all practices.
2. Ground School - Classes for cadets interested in applying for the Glider Pilot Scholarship Course, the Power Pilot Scholarship Course, or who just want to learn about flight will be every Tuesday evening from 1900-2100hrs at the Armoury. They will also meet on Wednesday evenings from 1800-1830. Ground school is open to all cadets of all levels and is the first step in learning to fly. For information please speak to WO2 Rochat.
3. Marksmanship - Cadets who wish to participate in an air rifle range practice and try out for the Squadron’s Marksmanship Team are encouraged to come out to the Armoury Thursday evenings. Range will be held every Thursday night from 1800hrs to 2100hrs unless otherwise stated. This activity is open to all cadets of the Squadron.
4. Rocket Club - 4. Cadets that are interested in the Squadron’s model rocket club are to see Aviator (Avr) Solimine.
5. Duke of Edinburgh - Cadets who have signed up for the Duke of Edinburgh Program are asked to advise Mrs. Rochat. For more information about the program please check out the website (www.dukeofed.org) and speak to Mrs. Rochat.
6. CO's Parade - The Squadron will be hosting its monthly CO's Parade next Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 2030hrs. The Squadron will be hosting Mr. Brady Stewart (President of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 72) and Mr. Steve Lewsey (RCL Br. 72 Treasurer and Cadet Liaison Officer). Mr. Stewart will be acting as Reviewing Officer for this parade. As usual parent/guardian(s) are more than welcome to attend.
7. Next Wednesday, November 4, 2015 is a regular training night. Cadets are to be in full dress with medals. Our next sports night is scheduled for Wednesday, December 2, 2015.
8. Thank you to WO2 Luloff and all the senior cadets who planned and executed an awesome Halloween Party Wednesday night!
Thank you to Mrs. Hodder for the Halloween themed cupcakes.
9. Next week - the squadron will start it's mandatory sale of lottery tickets. All cadets are required to sell one book of tickets. The cost of each booklet is $50 and is required when you sign out your book of tickets.
10. Orienteering - Teams are off to the provincials this Saturday at 0530 hrs at the Irving Big Stop. You must have your health card, permission forms and a water bottle.
11. Poppy Sales - Poppy sales in support of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 72 will take place on the 7th of November from 1000 to 1800 hrs. We need a minimum of 16 cadets to participate in poppy sales. Please see 2Lt Wendy McGinley to volunteer. Volunteer hours can be used for your high school requirements.