On November 8th, members of Branch 594 were invited to the 10th annual Muslims for Remembrance celebration at the Caboto Club.
(l-r) LCol John Hodgins, Commanding Officer of the Essex & Kent Scottish Regiment, MWO Austin Hawthorne, LCol (Ret'd) Morris Brause Earlier this month it was a very proud night for our Cadet Corps. The following Cadets received recognition. Master Warrant Officer Hawthorne was presented his Silver Level Award for the Duke of Edinburgh program and
L. Col (Ret’d) Morris Brause credits the military for saving him from a troubled childhood....... Click Here to read the full article written by Jennifer Cranston and published in the Essex Free Press
The 2017-18 Duke of Edinburgh 2715 RCACC Group About The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a self-development program available to all young people between the ages of 14-25. The award encourages youth to be active, to participate in new activities, and to pursue current interests in four different ways: Community
I wasn’t even tired. It was difficult to sleep knowing I was going away for yet another six weeks. So crazy to think that I was one of the few in Canada given acceptance for the trip of a lifetime at only 16 years old.
Our Cadet Corps prides itself in following the traditions of our military. It is a good way for them to understand the historical aspects of service that our Veterans and serving members guard and enjoy. As you know, we are proud to be affiliated with The Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment. This is one