For­tune cadets ship shape at An­nual Re­view

Sea Cadets mark the end of an­other train­ing year

The Southern Gazette - - Editorial - BY CARL ROSE FOR­TUNE, N.L.

Sea Cadets of RCSCC 290 Sir Humphrey Gil­bert, For­tune, im­pressed their lead­ers and the in­spect­ing party at their 35th an­nual cer­e­mo­nial re­view May 12 at the Lake Academy gym.

The Cadets demon­strated tim­ing and pre­ci­sion in the ju­nior and se­nior drill ma­neu­vers. The au­di­ence got to wit­ness the pageantry of the cadet move­ment with em­pha­sis on colour and mu­sic in a com­bined ef­fort of the band, guard and the colour party.

Re­view­ing of­fi­cer For­tune Mayor Charles Pen­well was im­pressed.

“It is an hon­our and priv­i­lege to be your re­view­ing of­fi­cer this year. The dis­play you put on this af­ter­noon was ab­so­lutely fan­tas­tic,” he told the cadets in his speech at the cer­e­mony.

Pen­well con­grat­u­lated Com­mand­ing Of­fi­cer Lt (N) Car­rie Ge­orge and her fel­low of­fi­cers for pro­vid­ing the train­ing in lead­er­ship skills and devel­op­ment, which he de­scribed as ‘sec­ond to none in the province’.

Ge­orge thanked the Cadets, say­ing, “it takes a lot of ded­i­ca­tion and hard work to make a suc­cess­ful year, and you have done it.”


For more pho­tos from this event, visit Re­view­ing of­fi­cer Charles Pen­well presents the Lord Strath­cona Medal to CPO1 Colby Caines.

Cadets re­ceiv­ing awards and four-year ser­vice medals were (left to right): PO2 Shane Thorne, ser­vice medal; PO2 Me­gan Rose, ser­vice medal; PO2 Alisha Lun­dri­gan, ser­vice medal; PO1 Gerald War­ren, best over­all cadet; PO1 Mar­tika Cox, best dressed fe­male;...

Re­view­ing of­fi­cer Charles Pen­well in­spects the colour party.

Com­rade Wayne Tulk presents the Le­gion Medal of Ex­cel­lence to CPO2 Dy­lan Stacey.

The band im­pressed the crowd with their tim­ing and pre­ci­sion.

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