The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Chaudière celebrated its 38th Annual Ceremonial Review on May 25 capping off another fruitful year of forming future leaders and maritime enthusiasts. This ceremony honored the commitment and accomplishments of the cadets and instructors that make up the corps and the branch members who render support to the corps.

CPOC1 Arbuckle, who retired as Coxswain, was honored with the Navy League Medal of Excellence. His extraordinary leadership, commitment, and service to the corps are recognized with this prestigious award.

“Cadets has played an important role in making me the person that I am today. It has taught me many valuable lessons regarding leadership, commitment and responsibility. I have been able to create lasting friendships. I am deeply grateful that I was nominated and subsequently selected for this award. I am honoured to have been able to serve as Coxswain for RCSCC Chaudiere.” Said Chief Petty Officer 1st Class Joseph Arbuckle.














PO2 Connor Hutchinson had this to say about his participation in the Sea Cadets – “As a cadet, the many experiences I have had the opportunity of being apart of, has helped me to improve upon many skills such as teamwork and leadership. The cadet program has also allowed me to become more active and involved within the community.”

Clavy Cutinha is the Branch President of the Milton Navy League, which helps the RCSCC Chaudière. VicePresident Don D’Souza, Treasurer Dar Gladish, Secretary Christina Gladish, and four other committed individuals who make up the Branch Council, voluntarily donate their time and energy. Their collective support is crucial to the corps’ success, ensuring that the youth have the resources and all the support they need to thrive.


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