Cadet and Community Updates:                                          21 May 2017

The 2016/17 Training Year comes to an end this Thursday when the Corps conducts it's special Awards and Promotion night.  The final parade of the year will be the Corps' Annual Ceremonial Review and awards presentation.  This will take place on May 27 at the Milton Sports Centre.  The final activity for the cadets will be the year end trip on June 4th.  This year it will include treetop trekking.  After that summer camps start up in July.  The 2017/18 Training period will start on September 8, 2017.  See you then!

Don't forget to check our Facebook page for information on the excellent adventures experienced by 2990's WO Carpio and MWO Kapar.

Thank You Milton for showing your support for the Army Cadet program and making our recent Tag Day fundraiser a success!

Parents / Guardians - The Corps Recruiting period has come to an end.  Interested persons may still contact the 2990 Office for information and and have their name placed on a waiting list.                           

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The 2990 Lorne Scots RC (ARMY) CC is extremely grateful for the donations and assistance provided by:

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The 2990 is also appreciative of the support provided by Corps Volunteers, Parents and members of the Support Committee.

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Army Cadets, which is the oldest and largest youth program in Canada, is a free program for young men and women aged 12 to 18 that promotes positive peer interaction and provides an opportunity for them to become responsible and mature young adults.  To help them develop their abilities and test their limits The 2990 offers a variety of interesting and challenging activities ranging from sports and outdoor adventure training to music and air rifle familiarization.  There are also opportunities to learn leadership skills and self discipline, take part in community activities, summer camps, national and international travel and participate in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Program. Many of these as well as other activities also qualify for High School community hours.  

To learn all that the 2990 Lorne Scots (Milton ON) Army Cadet Corps has to offer you are invited to look through our web site.  Afterwards you are welcome to send us any questions or comments or pay us a visit.  The Corps is based at the Milton Fairgrounds, Building #3 in Milton, Ontario, and meets on Thursday nights, 6:30 P.M.- 9:00 P.M. September through May.

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