Cadets gather for medal presentations

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Squadron Commander Maralyn Ralph talked to her cadets about her experience of receiving the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal on Feb. 20, in Sydney.

AMHERST – Several members of the Amherst Anson 154 Air Canadian Air Cadets squadron received medals last night at the Amherst Armouries.

Maralyn Ralph also talked to her cadets about her experience of receiving the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal on Feb. 20, in Sydney.

Ralph is one of 100 cadet leaders from across the country to receive the award.

She was nominated for the medal by her cadets and superior officers.

Medal presentations from Wednesday night are as follows:

– BIATHLON

Evan Caissie-Stone – Bronze in Team competition.

Justina Crowder – Silver in Team competition.

Robert Lafreniere – Bronze in Team competition and Gold in Individual competition

Miranda March – Gold in Team competition and Silver in Individual competition.

Randy MacNevin – Bronze in Team competition.

– FOUR-YEAR SERVICE MEDALS

Randy MacNevin

Brady Bannister

More photo's of the medal recipients can be seen on the slide show at www.cumberlandnewsnow.com

 

Organizations: Amherst Anson 154 Air Canadian Air Cadets, Queen's

Geographic location: Sydney

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  • Concerned
    March 07, 2013 - 12:54

    Please look into the number of the Medals being handed out their were over 130 just in Ontario to CIC Officers