Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Captain Cook Sea Cadets sign up night, tonight!

The much acclaimed local Sea Cadet Program in Prince Rupert is set for another year of drills and service to community with the local unit of the Sea Cadets hosting their registration night tonight at Chatham Hall, located adjacent to the Prince Rupert Curling Club at Seal Cove.

Known for their service to community on Remembrance Day as well as their participation at many other community events, the Captain Cook Sea Cadet program offers up a range of activities for youth between 12 and 18 on the North Coast.

Among some of the adventures that participants take in over the course of the year, include an opportunity to learn how to Sail, practice marksmanship, learn ceremonial drill and the maritime/naval environment.

Members also can join the unit's Marching Band, as well as participate in sports and fitness programs, as well as to earn high school credits.

Those that take part in the Prince Rupert program can also take advantage of summer training opportunities here and with other cadet programs in the province and across Canada.

There is no cost to join Sea Cadets, however those families with the economic means are asked to make a donation to the program (usually at $100 per cadet or $150 per family) to help cover the cost of many of their activities.

You can learn more about the program at tonight's Cadet sign up taking place from 7 to 9 PM 

Registration Night is tonight for the Captain Cook Sea Cadet Program
Youth between 12 and 18 can sign up at Chatham House
located adjacent to the Prince Rupert Curling club

You can learn more about the program from the Captain Cook Sea Cadets website and Facebook page

More items related to community events across the North Coast can be found here.

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