Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Capt. Gordon Nettleton was the reviewing officer at the 54 Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Admiral DeWolf annnual ceremonial review on Sunday.

Campbell River Sea Cadets host Annual Ceremonial Review

The 54 Admiral DeWolf Royal Canadian Sea Cadets celebrated their year end accomplishments on Sunday at their annual ceremonial review.

Reviewing officer Capt. Gordon Nettleton inspected the guard as well as the ships company.

“When I look at you I believe the future is in good hands,” he said.

He added that the cadets accomplishments in the program will serve them well in the future and advised them to trust that they are on the right path.

“Be open to try something new,” he said. “Hope to challenge yourself.”

Inside the Navy League Hall the cadets set up displays explaining projects and showing skills they worked on throughout the year including range, sailing, orienteering, history and seamanship.

Haley Cook was awarded the Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence and Emily Castro was awarded the Lord Strathcona Medal of Excellence.

 

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