Sea Cadet reunion

Sooke Navy League seeking former members for June reunion

On Sunday, June 7, 2015, the Sea Cadets of 325 Admiral RC Waller and the Navy League Cadets of 207 Admiral Girouard will be celebrating 20 years and five years respectively as Cadet Corps in Sooke.  The culmination of the training year, the Annual Ceremonial Review will provide the opportunity for the Cadets to show family, friends and guests the knowledge and skills they have learned over the year. Organizers are delighted to announce that the namesakes for the Corps, Rear Admiral (ret) Richard Waller and Rear Admiral (ret) Roger Girouard will be in attendance.

Hoping to connect with past cadets, Corps officers, Branch members, and sponsors, a Meet and Greet, hosted by the Navy League of Canada Sooke Branch, will be held at the Sooke Legion on Saturday, June 6, from 7-10 pm.

History items will be on display, there will be prizes to bid on, music and some light refreshments to be enjoyed by all.

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