Navy league mEeting TuEsday night 6-7pm at tHe corps.
all parents and guardians welCome
RCSCC DUNDAS has been dedicated to the training of youth in the Dundas, Waterdown, Ancaster and western Hamilton since the 1940's. Dundas parades on Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm to 9:30pm during school months, with several weekend activities scheduled during the training year. We parade each week at the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre, located at 10 Market Street South, Dundas (Corner of King & Market Streets). (Map)
There are no registration fees or dues to join the Cadet Program and all are welcome.
We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions, comments or would like to join us!
What did YOU do this summer?
Members of the Dundas Sea Cadets have spent their summer at Summer Training Centres, learning valuable skills to bring back to the unit and their lives! We had 13 course cadets and 3 staff cadets attend HMCS ONTARIO in Kingston, ON for 2, 3, 6 and 7 weeks... and one staff cadet attend HMCS ACADIA in Nova Scotia! Bravo Zulu to those cadets who received awards while away - you make DUNDAS proud! Cadets Jiang and Krukowski were presented with Top Division Awards, and Cadet Billings was presented with Most Improved Sail Cadet.
RCSCC Dundas is excited to announce that we've had 2 cadets, from only a handful across Ontario selected to attend National Deployments. Both cadets will travel over March Break to British Columbia to participate in these once in a life time experiences. One cadet will be posted on the Sea Cadet Seamanship Deployment, where he will take part in at-sea training as a part of the crew aboard a Canadian Forces Naval Training Vessel! The other cadet will be attending a Tallship Deployment, where he will take part in at-sea training, under sail power, as a part of the crew aboard the Tallship 'Pacific Swift'! Bravo Zulu to CPO2 Harris and CPO2 Newbold on these exciting adventures!!
Remembrance Day Vigil: 10-11 November 2015
The Cadets of RCSCC Dundas, along with RCACS Firebird, and 2864 RCACC will be holding an overnight vigil to honour those lost, and those who served and continue to serve in the Canadian Armed Forces. There will be a short service on 10 November at 7pm at the Dundas War Memorial (corner of King W and Market St S), followed by cadets on post at the memorial, rotating every hour throughout the night and up until the Remembrance Day Service on 11 November at 11am.
For photos from the Dundas Remembrance Day Service, please click HERE.
Bravo Zulu to CPO2 Michael Harris, who was presented with the Navy League Medal of Excellence on 5 April 2016. This award is presented annually to the most proficient Sea Cadets within each Division. The recipients of this medal must consistently set an outstanding personal example of dress and deportment, demonstrate high proficiency in cadet training, and be active in Community service activities.
See the published news story here.
Learn more about some famous Canadians who were once a part of the Canadian Cadet Movement by clicking HERE!
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