Our Annual Winter Mess Dinner will be from 1830 to 2130 hours, Tuesday 17 Dec 2019. Bring $5 with you on Tuesday 26 Nov or 3 Dec to reserve your seat. We will be having chicken breast, mashed potatoes, corn, carrots, coleslaw, and lemon cake. There will be a vegetarian option. Parents will drop off and collect their cadet(s) at the Guelph Legion.
|THE COMMANDING OFFICER AND OFFICERS
|121 Red Arrows Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron
|Cordially invite you to attend our
|Annual Winter Mess Dinner
|To be held on the evening of Tuesday the Seventeenth of December,
|Two Thousand and Nineteen, At Eighteen Thirty Hours for Nineteen Hundred Hours
|Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 234, LCol John McCrae,
|57 Watson Parkway South, Guelph, Ontario
|Meal: Chicken Breast, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Carrots, Coleslaw, Lemon Cake
|Dress: Cadets C1, CF members No. 2, 2A or 2B, civilian guests business attire
|Cost $5.00 per cadet, money will be returned at the Dinner,
|with an option to donate to the Military Family Resource Centre
Winter Mess Dinner – Door Prizes
Thank you very much to all of those who responded. We have now received offers for the 10 door prizes and so are not accepting any more at this time. We will be running something similar at the end of year Dinner in June and would appreciate similar donations at that time.
On behalf of the 121 Squadron Sponsorship Committee.
Click here to access the Google Form
These tickets sell for $26.00 at the box office ($29 online) are available for only $18.00 per ticket or $17.00 per ticket if you purchase 3 or more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 519-546-6116 for tickets, Pick up in Guelph, Fergus or just before the game. Tickets are available for the following home games:
- Friday Dec 13, 2019 vs Windsor Spitfires
- Sunday Dec 29, 2019 vs Hamilton Bulldogs
- Friday Jan 3, 2020 vs Peterborough Petes
- Friday Jan 17, 2020 vs Owen Sound Attack
- Friday Jan 24, 2020 vs Flint Firebirds
- Friday Feb 14, 2020 vs Owen Sound Attack
- Friday Feb 21, 2020 vs London Knights
Thank you for supporting 121 Red Arrows Royal Canadian Air Cadets
This year we are trying a new communication tool. Slack is a private work space that only those invited are able to access. Every cadet with an email address should be added to the work space and sorted into appropriate channels so they are aware of what is going on within the squadron. When a cadet doesn’t have an email address, a parent may be included.
When you receive your invitation to join Slack, accept it and get to know our work space. Amend your profile by clicking on your name, then click on the ‘edit profile’ box; an ‘edit your profile’ window will open. In this window you can amend your name and upload a photo. Make your ‘display name’ your rank and surname (with an initial if necessary for clarity between siblings, common surnames, etc.). Parents can enter their cadet’s name, or a title (e.g. Mrs. Ms. Mr.) and surname.
Have a look at the channels. Everyone has immediate access to the ‘general’, ‘op-easy-comms’, and ‘random’ channels. In the ‘general’ channel you will find the most posts about upcoming events, announcements, etc. Messages will be deleted when they are no longer relevant. In the ‘op-easy-comms’ channel you will find some instructions about using Slack. In the ‘random’ channel you will find interesting bits of cadet-related info.
Cadets, you will find yourself added to channels, like flight and level, and any clubs or programs you join. On these channels you will receive important messages about parade nights and weekly activities. Be certain to check these frequently. If something new has been added since you were last on Slack, the channel will be in bold font.
Lastly, this work space is not for private messaging or anything not cadet related. The channels and messages will be monitored by adult staff. Abuse of this work space will result in administrative sanctions and perhaps expulsion from the cadet program.
Cadets and Parents,
Please download and read the Cadet Code of Conduct. This is the same Code of Conduct signed by cadets earlier this year. This post serves only as a reminder to our current cadets and as information for parents and family members of the Code by which the Canadian Cadet Organisation operates.
Cadets and Parents – Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to talk with any of our staff.
121 Red Arrows Cadet Code of Conduct 2017
Please note that although cadets and their families are permitted to park their vehicles in the Guelph Armoury parking lot you are reminded that the parking area along the rear wall is reserved for members of the 11th Field Regiment. Please do not park in these reserved spots.