Commander Larkin to review Sea Cadets

On Sunday, June 5 at 1 p.m., Commander Kelly Larkin will inspect the cadets from the 169 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps “Columbia” at their semi-annual inspection.

Commander Kelly Larkin grew up in the Langley area and spent his teenaged years as a sea cadet.

Cadets will display their drill and marching band skills; some will get promoted and some will receive special awards. The public is welcome to attend and should be seated by 12:45 p.m. The inspection will take place at 4315 – 272 Street in Aldergrove.

The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps is a youth development organization that teaches sailing, outdoor survival, seamanship, sports, drill, and leadership skills in a military format.

Sea Cadets is offered to youth aged 12 to 19 and has no joining fee; you can register any Tuesday night, when the Sea Cadets meet at their training centre on 272 Street. Summer training is also offered. For more information on Sea Cadets for your child, visit www.cadets.net/pac/169sea/intro_e.htm

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