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Cadets involved in many community projects

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Cadets sit around two new computers bought from money donated from the PWU 

Many people may not realize the many activities that Canadian Cadets are involved in, from helping with community projects to furthering their education through partnering with various organizations.

Two new computers were recently purchased with. money contributed by the Power Workers' Union (PWU).

One bears the logo of the PWU  while the other shows the flight simulator program that the two cadets sitting in front of them are using to practice their gliding flying techniques. 

The two cadets, Sgt. Andy Plater and F/Sgt Coval Laur, have worked hard this year and have been accepted to for a Glider Scholarship this summer.  It is a six-week course that will be conducted in Belleville, Ontario.

The cadets are involved in many community service projects, such as a clean-up of garbage around  Independent Grocers in Port Elgin in April


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