137 RCD NEWS AT A GLANCE
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HOw to join 137 ashbury army cadets
- Must be 12 years old and under 18.
- Visit us at Ashbury College (362 Mariposa Avenue, Rockcliffe Park) on a Monday Parade night at 1615hrs with a parent or guardian.
- Bring your Health card AND an additional piece of identification for age (passport or birth certificate). We cannot accept a Health card for proof of age.
- If you'd like to get a head start on the paperwork, please complete and print Cadet Membership Application on legal paper.
27 Sep 18 - The consent form for the exercise can be found here. The kit list has been distributed and has been posted here. Cadets must return their consent form on Oct 1 so that Corps can confirm number of attendees. Late returns will not be accommodated; if you’re not attending the Oct 1 training night and would like to attend the FTX you MUST send an e-mail to the corps by Oct 2nd.
13 Sep 18 - Joining Instructions for the upcoming expedition weekends are available here.
Silver Stars / Gold Stars: Your weekend is the 28 - 30 Sept 2018. The bus will depart Ashbury at 1830 hrs (it will not wait for you, do not be late) on the 28th returning at roughly 1500 hours on Sunday, 30 Sept.
Cadets attending BOTH Silver and Gold (Ehrlich, Nikoula, Marouf and Lupton): You must complete the Silver Star weekend the weekend prior (21 - 23 Sept 2018). The bus departs Ashbury at 1900 hrs on 21 Sept 2018, do not be late. It will return at roughly 1500 hours on Sunday, 23 Sept.
12 Jun 18 - That's a wrap! Another successful training year in the books which included three field training exercises, some community events, our first ever Marksmanship Team, biathlon and orienteering competitions and many other great experiences. We capped the year off climbing at Altitude Gym and celebrated our successes with a mess dinner and annual ceremonial review parade.
Our cadets will soon head off to summer training, while our staff takes a well earned break for the summer interspersed with planning next year's training. For those heading to summer training, your travel itineraries will be published as soon as we have them and we wish you best of luck. Work hard but must of all, have fun. Our first training night back will be September 10th.
CHANGE OF COMMAND
26 Mar 18 - 137 Ashbury RCD Army Cadet Corps had it's first change of command since being reestablished as a Cadet Corps in 2013! On 26 Mar 18, the Corps bade farewell to Captain Tim McKee and wished him all the best as he focuses on his role as J3 NCR Coordinator with the Ottawa St. Lawrence Area Office. Captain Patricia Bonacci was appointed as the Corps CO. Congratulations to both officers!
UP FOR A CHALLENGE? WE'RE LOOKING FOR YOU!
Oct 2017 - 137 Ashbury RCD Army Cadets is looking for charismatic youth who are looking to get involved within their community. The 2017-2018 training year has already begun but we want to know: Are you up to the challenge? On Monday evenings, between 6:30-8:30pm, you are invited to join us for the evening and see what we are all about. Cadets, Officers, and parents of current cadets will be on-hand to answer questions you may have, and to assist with the enrolment process. We look forward to meeting you, and helping you realize your potential!
on-target magazine now on-line!
1 June 16 - The Army Cadet League of Canada publishes On-Target magazine - a print and digital news letter - that contains information on the Army Cadet program, the League, and affiliates. It is a source of information for the Army Cadet program the country over, and contains articles written by Cadets, Officers, League members, and corps volunteers. To read the most current issue, "Spring 2016", please visit the Bokz News section, and click on the "On-Target" article! Happy reading!
officers receive medal and parchment
16 Nov 15 - On Monday 16 November, the Commanding Officer of 137 Ashbury, Capt Tim McKee, was awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration medal. The CD is awarded to a serving member of the Canadian Armed Forces for 12 years of loyal and honourable service. As well on Monday evening, Training Officer Lt Lee Keller was presented with his Commissioning Scroll. Congratulations to both Officers!
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