VIDEO: Local Sea Cadets display accomplishments

Chilliwack Sea Cadets demonstrated skills learned to a reviewing officer and families

The 349 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Chilliwack held its Annual Ceremonial Review Saturday at the Landing Sports Centre. Executive Officer LCdr. Desmond Doyle, CD reviewed the local cadets during the 13th year of the event in front of a crowd of supporting families. After the proceedings guests walked around the facility to watch the cadets demonstrate what they learned during the 2017-2018 cadet training year.

 

The 349 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Chilliwack after marching into the Annual Ceremonial Review on Saturday at the Landing Sports Centre.

Executive Officer LCdr. Desmond Doyle, CD reviews the 349 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Chilliwack Saturday at the Landing Sports Centre.

Sea Cadets N. Jimenez (right) and T. DeWitt demonstrate rope skills at the Annual Ceremonial Review on Saturday at the Landing Sports Centre.

Trenton (right) and brother Damian Van Kessel learn about pulleys (blocks) at the Annual Ceremonial Review on Saturday at the Landing Sports Centre.

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