Kids in uniforms.
That probably conjures images of kids in soccer uniforms, baseball uniforms, band uniforms, school uniforms…..but how about Cadet uniforms?
On June 9th I was fortunate to once again be invited to the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Crescent/Bolton Sea Cadets Annual Review. I attend many events and this one is near to my heart. My first son spent several years in Cadets back in the eighties and I have fond memories of seeing my first-born in a uniform. It seemed that suddenly he took on some of the qualities of the man he was to ultimately become; a man that I am so very proud of, who now has a family of his own.
The Bolton Sea Cadets is a non-profit organization that works to enrich our community by encouraging responsible citizenship among our youth. Their program includes sailing, canoeing, leadership skills, education, first aid, camping, fitness, community service, winter sports, parade marchs, and more. Cadets learn these skills plus develop self-confidence, self-esteem and teamwork.
This years’s Annual Review was every bit as impressive as past years with its march-pasts and skills demonstrations. A poignant moment as their first Sarah Harding Memorial Esprit de Corps Award was presented. Sarah Harding, who was a young Cadet, was killed in a tragic accident earlier this year.
If you want to consider Bolton Sea Cadets for a youth member of your family contact them at 905-533-1205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org