Welcome aboard, From Lieutenant (Navy) John H. Lilje CD.
For those cadets that are returning to the corps, you’re already very much aware of what awaits you – another year full of challenge, and striving to develop our personnel and programs to a whole new level of excellence. In addition to the very successful Sailing and Band program we are restructuring the Divisions to reflect our strengths. For those cadets that are returning to the corps, you’re already very much aware of what awaits you. For the new members of the crew, you’re about to embark on an exciting journey into self discovery. This program is excellent but is not for everyone – and your success is entirely in your own hands. I would suggest giving the program a full training year and a summer’s worth of your time, and you’ll be hooked. At the end of your career you’ll look back and be amazed at what you will have accomplished.
Here at RCSCC QUINTE we have a very successful sailing, music and fun program. Although it is true that the cadet programs are free of cost for membership and the vast majority of our programs are free from expense to the cadets and their families, but there are still costs involved. So cadets are expected to engage in occasional fund raising activities in support of the programs. There are additional costs in terms of dedication, commitment and perseverance.
RCSCC QUINTE is truly fortunate to own its own fleet of boats and to have a knowledgeable, enthusiastic and dedicated staff, sponsoring association, and a group of cadets. That being said, the 2013-2014 training year will once again see QUINTE move the bar even higher. Enjoy your year – remember you’ll get everything out of the program you’re willing to put into it.
One Ship, One Crew.
Go Royal Canadian Navy ----o[--} Ready Aye Ready.
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