28 – 30 Sept Tagging (Fundraising)

28 – 30 Sept Tagging (Fundraising)


On September 28, 29, and 30, 121 Red Arrows Air Cadet Squadron will be organizing our first major fundraising event of the training year. Known as Tag Days, during these few days, every cadet will be signing up for mandatory shifts (minimum of 3) to help the squadron raise funds to put towards extracurricular activities like familiarization flying, squadron competition teams, survival exercises, field trips, sports activities, and other exciting events. Cadets will be standing in front of assigned public locations in pairs to solicit donations. Please encourage your cadet to discuss this activity with their respective Flight Commanders.

Cadets are expected to arrive at Guelph Armoury at 7 Wyndham St S, Guelph ON 30 mins prior to their respective shifts.

Tag day shifts are:

Friday, 28 Sep
5:30pm – 9:00pm

Saturday, 29 Sep
AM: 8:30am – 12:00pm (lunch is provided)
PM: 11:30pm – 3:30pm

Sunday, 30 Sep
12:00pm – 3:00pm

Each Cadet has to do minimum 3 shifts.

Cadets must be in C1 uniform. If they don’t have uniform, they should be in white shirt, dark tie, dark pants, black shoes, and warm dark color jacket.

Dress warm for the weather condition and wear gloves.


Email Communication List

In a continued effort to increase communication between the Officer Staff, the Squadron Sponsorship Committee, cadets and their families we are collecting contact information from those who wish to receive email from the Sponsorship Committee and the Officers. Your contact information will not be distributed beyond our staff and the Sponsorship Committee. Should you wish to be added to our list please fill in the information found below. If at any time you wish to be removed from the list, simply resubmit this form with the remove option highlighted.

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121 Red Arrows Squadron Cadet Code of Conduct

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