On the evening of Friday, September 28th and all day Saturday, September 29th, cadets from the 2310 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps will be posted around town for their bi-annual Tag Days.
They will be spreading awareness of the program with the hope the public will show their support by making a donation in exchange for a tag. The program is free for all cadet participants. This fundraiser assists in extra costs to ensure our cadets can enjoy every aspect of the program with no financial constraints.
We invite the community to take this opportunity to speak with our Cadets and learn about this exciting youth program. The Army Cadet Program teaches young people the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment while promoting self-esteem, teamwork and self-discipline. Cadets get the opportunity to participate in sports and fitness, pipe and drum band, Highland Dance, orienteering, biathlon, expeditions and more.
It is a FREE program open to boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18. The 2310 Army Cadet Corps meets Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. at the Sault Armoury (375 Pine Street). New recruits are welcome to attend any Monday night.
To learn more about Army Cadets and opportunities with challenging experiences while learning to become future leaders of tomorrow, visit www.cadets.ca.
Questions regarding Tag Days or the 2310 Army Cadet Corps can be directed to 705-942-4540 or visit the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/2310-Royal-Canadian-Army-Cadets-872416739470322/)