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activities.This year’s recipient is FCpl. Alysha Desrochers. The E.S. “Ted” Russell Memorial Trophy for Best Sergeant goes to a fourth-year cadet displaying above-the-standard behaviour as well as dedication and enthusiasm in all activities. This year the trophy goes to Sgt. Patritzia Fevry. The Lt. Fraser Memorial Trophy for Top Instructor went to Sgt. Isaiah Morrow for his dedication in teaching cadets during their exercises. The 410 Wing President’s Trophy for the non-commissioned officer who best displays ability among peers for performance, improvement and fulfillment of the responsibilities of rank goes to FSgt. Hani Reynolds. The Sammy Sayle Memorial Trophy for Top Band Member went to FCpl. Hannah Draganovic. Sgt. Jean-Simon Brassard re- ceived the Effective Speaking Trophy. The top three shooters nominated for the J.P. Lindauer Marksmanship Trophy this year are: Cpl. Travis Lamure, Cpl. Chloé Chénier, and FCpl. Alysha Desrochers. The John Antelmi Memorial Award for the True Spirit of Air Cadets goes to Cpl. Travis Lamure, as the cadet who best typifies and exhibits the qualities of an Air Cadet programmember. The Commanding Officer’s Trophy for passion and enthusiasm as a cadet goes to WO2 Madison Albert. The Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence for citizenship and community support went to WO2 Mi- chael Csontos. The Strathcona Foundation Medal, the highest honour for a cadet, recognizing phy- sical and intellectual fitness, self-discipline, citizenship, and patriotism, goes to WO1 Simon Henrie.
Cadets honoured for excellence
WO2Michael Csontos (centre) is the proud recipient of this year’s LegionMedal of Excellence during theMay 27 Annual Inspection Parade for the 832 Twillick Air Cadets at the Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena in Rockland.The award goes to the cadet who has demonstrated excellence in citizenship outside of the regular cadet program. Presenting the award toWO2 Csontos are Guy Ouellet, second vice- president of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 554 Rockland, and Bob Cleroux, past-president for the Legion branch. —photo provided
This year’s recipients of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award: Young Canadians Challenge (Bronze Level) are FCpl. Alysha Desrochers, Cpl. Chloé Chénier, FCpl. Emma McLaughlin, Sgt. Joshua Cooper, Cpl. Sé- bastien Gravelle, and Cpl. Thomas Rozon. The award honours youth for community service, planning and participation in an expedition, skill development, and physical fitness commitment. The Vern Allison Trophy for Top First Year
Cadet went to Leading Air Cadet Jacob Cam- pbell, in recognition of his dedication and enthusiasm during his first year in cadets. The Sponsoring Trophy for Top Corporal be- longs to Cpl. Kayla Allaire for her dedication and spirit and well-rounded demonstration of cadet skills through her training year. The Olive Warren Memorial Trophy for Best Flight Corporal is for a third-year ca- det who surpasses the corps standard and exhibits dedication and enthusiasm in all
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The end of spring and the fast-approaching arrival of summer means award ceremo- nies at local schools and among various community groups. The 832 Twillick Cla- rence-Rockland Air Cadet Squadron pre- sented its end-of-season awards during its recent annual inspection review.
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