848 Royal Roads Air Cadet Squadron looking for new members

Open invitation to anyone between the ages of 12 to 18 on the West Shore

The 848 Royal Roads Air Cadet Squadron is looking for new members to spread their wings and join its ranks.

The group is putting out an open invitation to anyone between the ages of 12 and 18 that would like to get involved in the organization or find out more. Meetings are held at 6:30 p.m.  Tuesday nights at the Lighthouse Christian Academy, 1289 Parkdale Ave. in Langford

Potential new members are encouraged to attend the Sept. 8 meeting to see the values cadets are taught and learn more about some of the activities they partake in throughout the year.

There is an annual fee of $150, which covers the costs of activities, uniforms and flying.

For more information go to: 848royalroadsaircadets.com or email 848air@cadets.gc.ca.

 

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