Campbell River Sea Cadets present a cheque to Family Services.

Cadets help the homeless

The Campbell River branch of Sea Cadets raised money for the future sobering assessment centre

To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Navy League of Canada – Campbell River Branch and the 54 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps – Admiral DeWolf cadets, alumni, friends and family were invited to participate in the Campbell River Family Services – Coldest Night of the Year walk.

Thanks to all of those who supported the team, it raised $1040 for the proposed Sobering Assessment  Centre.

The local Campbell River Sea Cadet Corps is named after Vice-Admiral Harry George DeWolf, the most highly decorated Canadian naval officer of the Second World War, he served from Sept. 22, 1918 to May 25, 1961, and his 42 years of superb service to Canada epitomized the spirit of adventure we all seek.