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Support for cadets

SUPPORT FOR CADETS: On Jan. 8, the Parksville Legion made a presentation to the local Air Cadets. The Royal Canadian Legion, Mount Arrowsmith Branch #49, is a major supporter of the local Air Cadet program. Their donation will go a long way towards activities such as power flying, survival training, biathlon, first aid, range, band, and much more, say the cadets. Pictured above are, from left to right, Capt. Rob Schnider, Capt John Archer, WO1 Christopher Eckert, Tom Lewis of the Legion and Janice Knapp, the chairperson of the 893 Beaufort Squadron Air Cadets sponsoring committee.  - NEIL HORNER PHOTO
SUPPORT FOR CADETS: On Jan. 8, the Parksville Legion made a presentation to the local Air Cadets. The Royal Canadian Legion, Mount Arrowsmith Branch #49, is a major supporter of the local Air Cadet program. Their donation will go a long way towards activities such as power flying, survival training, biathlon, first aid, range, band, and much more, say the cadets. Pictured above are, from left to right, Capt. Rob Schnider, Capt John Archer, WO1 Christopher Eckert, Tom Lewis of the Legion and Janice Knapp, the chairperson of the 893 Beaufort Squadron Air Cadets sponsoring committee.
— image credit: NEIL HORNER PHOTO

SUPPORT FOR CADETS: On Jan. 8, the Parksville Legion made a presentation to the local Air Cadets. The Royal Canadian Legion, Mount Arrowsmith Branch #49, is a major supporter of the local Air Cadet program. Their donation will go a long way towards activities such as power flying, survival training, biathlon, first aid, range, band, and much more, say the cadets. Pictured above are, from left to right, Capt. Rob Schnider, Capt John Archer, WO1 Christopher Eckert, Tom Lewis of the Legion and Janice Knapp, the chairperson of the 893 Beaufort Squadron Air Cadets sponsoring committee.

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