Sea Cadets to return to Kitimat

Sea Cadets will begin training in Kitimat again after a two-year hiatus of the program.

The Sea Cadet program is set to start training again in Kitimat.

After two years without the program the ground work has been set to re-start Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp (RCSCC) Kitamaat.

Captain R.J. Buller CD, will be the new Commanding Officer, working with a staff of three officers and three volunteers to administer the program.  A new branch of the Navy League has also been formed with Seana Lee as Branch President, Stephen Ong, as Vice President and Earle Dawson as Secretary/Treasurer.

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