Members of the 2556 Royal Canadian Army Cadets from Kitimat attended a Zone Marksmanship competition in Terrace and placed second overall.

Kitimat marksmans take second in zones

Army Cadets from Kitimat took on cadets from the region at a competition in Terrace.

On February 8 the 2556 Royal Canadian Army Cadets from Kitimat attended a Zone Marksmanship competition held in Terrace.

The Kitimat Army cadets competed with cadets from Prince Rupert Sea Cadets and Terrace Air Cadets.  The competition focused on safe marksmanship and sportmanship.

2556 Army placed second overall ahead of Prince Rupert, and Terrace placed first.  Sapper MJ Herrin received an individual medal for second place in the junior category and Corporal Nick O’Brien received third place in the same category.

From this competition, cadets from all over Canada will be participating in their area competitions for chances to advance to the Provincial level and National.

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