To go to the NEW WEB SITE CLICK HERE
** We are going to Europe and will participate in the 2017 VIMY 100th Anniversary Celebrations. Please make sure you speak with our Parents Committee about helping with our fund raising efforts. ** http://www.gofundme.com/2512toVimy
We meet every Tuesday (between Sept - May) night at the Bow Valley Baptist Church's large room (54 W Aarsby Road, Cochrane AB - Near the A&W and Tim Hortons). From 6:00pm - 9:00pm. Entrance is around the back of the building.
Our mailing address is: PO Box 940, Cochrane, AB, T4C 1B1
Membership is FREE for boys and girls, there are no fees whatsoever. The cadet must be at least 12 years (and no more than 18) of age at the time of registration. Registration is anytime.
Cadet season is from Sept - June. Summer camp is from July - August, good attendance at Cadets will be required before being considered for Summer camp. Summer camp is free and applications deadline is around January. The earlier you join the better chances you have to being accepted to the summer camp program. Cadets earn money at summer camp.
Telephone: 403-456-2012 (please use email instead as this is only a voice message system)
To Join, please bring a photocopy of the following for us to file:
1- The child's birth certificate or any Canadian Federal Gov't ID card.
2- Alberta Health card.
We will have forms for you to fill out. If you would like the forms in advance please email us and we will email them to you.
OR you can download the forms from this link: http://www3.telus.net/johnnymo/2512.pdf
** If you are printing to letter size paper please remember to print to "FIT" as the file is in legal size paper **
Note that you will be asked to sign a letter to accept responsibility of the uniform to be returned in good order when your child leaves cadets or pay for its replacement.
Army Cadet Honour Code: "I resolve, as a member of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets, that I shall aspire to become a citizen of the highest integrity in my community; I shall strive for success in my studies, to be considerate of all persons and their property, and to achieve the highest physical, mental, spirtual and moral standards as a Citizen of Canada."