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2-4 June 2017 – ACR Prep Weekend

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All cadets will participate in the Annual Ceremonial Review Prep Weekend.  

This is a mandatory weekend. Leave must be requested from the Executive Officer, Lt(N) Grant, in advance of the exercise.

Cadets shall arrive at Amphion Quarters no later than 1930 (7:30 p.m.) on Friday, 2 June 2017. Cadets must eat supper before proceeding to Amphion, as the cadets will not be fed Friday night. Dress for the prep weekend activities is appropriate civilian clothing, bringing uniforms with them.  Cadets shall be dismissed from Amphion Quarters at approx 1500 (3:00 p.m.) on Sunday 4 June 2017.

Cadets will need to bring $15 to help offset the cost of meals.

10 June 2017 – Annual Ceremonial Review

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136 RCSCC Amphion will hold their 73rd Annual Ceremonial Review on Saturday, 10 June 2017. This spectacular event will take place at Amphion Quarters, 750 5th Street, Nanaimo BC, commencing at 1300 (1:00 PM). Guests are requested to be seated by 1245.

Cadets shall arrive at Amphion Quarters no later than 0830 (8:30 a.m.) on Saturday 10 June 2017, Dress: C1 (Full dress uniform, medals, webbing and gaiters as appropriate). Cadets MUST eat breakfast before proceeding to Amphion.

Cadets will be provided with a BBQ lunch at no cost.

Cadets shall be dismissed from Amphion Quarters at approx. 1600 (4:00 p.m.) after the Corps picture and all of the chairs and other equipment are brought back inside.

Cadets MUST check the kit list and ensure they have all of the items listed.

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136 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps (RCSCC) AMPHION – Nanaimo BC

This website was created to show what RCSCC AMPHION’s cadets are involved in and what the program can offer youth in the Nanaimo area.

The Sea Cadet program provides an opportunity to participate in community events, parades, as well as marksmanship, first aid, drill, seamanship, military band, first aid, sailing, small craft operation, and sports events.

Participation in the program also provides a platform towards the development of skills that can promote future community leaders such as comedian Rick Mercer and astronauts Mark Garneau and Chris Hadfield.

Sea Cadets are sponsored by the Department of National Defence and the Navy League of Canada.

We continue to grow in numbers through ongoing recruitment and are always looking for young people who want to learn about the sea and want a challenge.

We operate with a qualified staff of CIC Officers and Civilian Volunteer instructors and are co-sponsored by our Navy League of Canada Branch committee and the Dept of National Defence (DND).

Important News:

  • New Communication System
    Last Updated: Friday, 9 September 2016, 1408 (2:08 PM)We at Amphion are going to be using a new system to communicate with cadets, staff and parents/guardians. This will be our primary means of communication and announcements.  It is very important that ALL cadets, staff, and parents/guardians enrol in the system.  This can be done via …
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