May 21st, Gliding in Clarenville : CANCELLED DUE TO WINDS
Saturday, May 26th, 2018: Annual Cadet Review Mandatory Set up and Final Practice.
This is our final Practice and set up. Cadets are asked to bring all required equipment and to put names on their full uniform in a bag. They will be leaving everything over tonight to prevent any forgotten items. This practice is 1200hrs to 1600hrs. Everything has to be set up that day to allow an easy morning on Sunday.
Sunday, May 27th, 2018: Annual Cadet Review
Cadets are asked to arrive 1000hrs for final prep and run throughs. Please be very prompt.
This information is for Parents and Guests, the cadets will be arriving different times and will be having a practice on Saturday as well. Lunch will be provided for them on Sunday. More info to follow.
Start, Guests should be seated by 1330hrs with a start of 1400hrs.
There will be a display in the lunch room as well as some tea, coffee and cookies. We ask parents to bring a food item to share for this section.
There will also be a door prize for the guest who talks to all the cadets at their display! They have worked very hard and will also be getting a prize for the best display.
End, when all items and rooms have been cleaned and back to normal the cadets may be dismissed by an officer. (Approx. end time 1600hrs)
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018: Drum Seminar, weekly occurrence.
Capt. Scott Fitzgerald, Capt. Alger Boota, and the NL Pipe Band will be conducting drumming lessons on Wed evenings 1900-2000 (7:00-8:00 pm). This group class is intended to provide advanced instruction to drummers of all levels. This is a wonderful opportunity for our drummers to play better and learn some really cool stuff! Both Capt. Fitzgerald and Capt. Boota have performed/competed throughout North America, the UK and Europe, including the prestigious Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the NS International Tattoo, and numerous others venues. Capt. Fitzgerald won at the U.S Midwest Championships and Capt. Boota (prev. RCSU Atlantic) recently competed at the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland; with the 78th Highlanders (Halifax Citadel).
Note: New professional sticks (KP2), drum pads (RAD), and instructional handbooks will be issued to drummers that attend.
Location: Surgeon Lieutenant Commander W. Anthony Paddon Building; please go to the Domestic Response Center. (across from classrooms).
Monday, May 28th, 2018: Sports Night; Possibly Quidi Vidi weather depending!
Final End of year notes:
Last Night is June 3rd for all cadets, It will be a presentation about Camps for all who are and are not attending. As well as a Range Night
Parent Camp Night is June 11th, this is a night for all parents to attend if their cadet is going to camp.
Anyone who has borrowed a CAP Script or FTGU please bring it to Capt. Scott. She will withhold training results until the items are returned. This is the same for any band items borrowed will be due June 3rd.