Do you like to eat pizza? Do you like to support your Squadron? Here is a great way to encourage your squadron at no extra cost to you!
The Sponsoring Committee is selling Domino’s gift certificates for a large pizza that Domino’s has generously donated to the Squadron. Purchase a gift certificate for a large pizza for $10 and you are supporting the Squadron directly!
You get to redeem your certificate at Domino’s and the Squadron will be collecting the $10 and using it as a fundraiser going towards the Normandy trip this spring. You are essentially paying the Squadron for your pizza vs paying Domino’s directly.
We have a limited quantity of gift certificates, therefore ensure to purchase yours soon! The Sponsoring Committee will be selling tickets at the end of parade nights starting Tuesday February 5th until they are all sold.
Level 1 and 2 Cadets are expected to participate as there will be topics covered at the museum that would normally have been taught during regular training. If you are unable to attend this training opportunity, you MUST speak with your Level Officer or with the Training Officer in order to get the makeup assignments for the missed lessons.
The museum visit is currently only open to Level 1 and Level 2 Cadets
Cadets are to attend in uniform (C1)
The Bus to the museum will leave the Guelph Armoury parking lot at 7:45 Sharp
Cadets are required to have their health card
Transportation from the armoury to the museum will be provided
Lunch (hot dogs or hamburgers) will be provided at no cost
Cadets will return to the Guelph Armoury by approx 5:30 PM
We would like to invite 121 Red Arrows Squadron and their families and friends to join us for an enjoyable evening in support of the Squadron’s Pipes and Drums Band.
121 Red Arrows Pipes and Drums continues to grow and as a
result there is a growing need to acquire Kilts and other Highland Dress. This
year the Pipes and Drums Band will be holding a Concert
and Raffle/Silent Auction to raise funds to purchase these pieces.
Cadet musicians will perform a series of short sets throughout the evening with a few special surprises lined up! There will be a wide range of performances from our junior players to those who are more advanced.
The event will be held on Saturday 23 March from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM with our Guests of Honour being 121 Pipes and Drums Alumni who have continued playing with the Guelph Pipe Band.
The dinner and show will be in the cafeteria at Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute located at 289 College Ave W Guelph, ON N1G 1S9
Dress for the event is casual for guests and Uniform/Highland Kit for Pipes and Drums cadets.
Tickets will be on sale each Tuesday evening by the Squadron Sponsorship Committee. They will have a table set up at the edge of the parade square. If you would like more information, please feel free to contact Captain Craig Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or the SSC Chair, Mr. Tim Park at email@example.com
There will be both vegetarian and meat chili available to all attendees. If you are able to provide items for the silent auction/raffle please contact Mr. Tim Park at firstname.lastname@example.org
On February 26th, 2019 – 121 will be having a sports night at Chicopee Tube Park located in Kitchener, ON!
All cadets are eligible and welcome to attend this activity.
Cadets are required to be dropped off at Chicopee Tube Park for 1830hrs, and must be picked up by 2115hrs from Chicopee Tube Park. Cadets must have their Health Cards and be dressed for an evening outside (snowpants/snowjacket/ winter boots/ toque/ gloves- absolutely no jeans). Cadets that are dressed inappropriately will be immediately sent home.
If you would like to attend however are unable to be dropped off at Chicopee Tube Park please let us know on the Google Form sign up sheet. Likewise, if you are able to offer Carpooling please indicate also.
As we need to provide Chicopee with exact numbers, we ask that all interested cadets sign up on the below Google Form prior to February 20th, 2019.
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.
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.
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.