See the links below for the permission slip and kit list for May Long. Bus leaves Yorkton Armoury at 1800hrs (6pm) and returns mid-afternoon on Monday.
Any medications being brought, even over-the-counter items like Tylenol, please note them on the slip!
Attached are the kit list and permission slip for the upcoming Apr 26-28 Navigation and Trekking Field Training Exercise at Echo Lake. Paper copies will be available at the Armoury Friday night. Bus leaves at 1800hrs.
Rogers and Bell have changed how they deal with companies that send text messages, making Remind unusable currently on cell phones on the Rogers and Bell cellular networks. If you receive cadets notices via text and are a Bell or Rogers customer, please switch to email/app. Click the link for more info. Remind service disruption for Rogers and Bell customers in Canada
Attached is the information for applying for summer training courses. When submitting your application show corps staff photo ID, which will be needed for boarding the plane.
First-year cadets under the age of 14 are limited to "General Training".
Intake dates are:
- General Training - 2 weeks - 22 July - 02 August
- Basic Courses - 3 weeks - 08 July - 26 July
- Instructor Courses - 6 weeks - 08 July - 16 August
Keep in mind course dates do not include travel times (1-2 days).
Question: How do cadet drug policies change now that cannabis is legal?
Don't get stuck with an icy driveway this fall! Yorkton Army Cadets are once again selling BearTracks! $20 gets you a 16kg/35lb bucket of fast acting; long lasting; concrete & vegetation safe; pet friendly ice-melter!
Call our Support Committee President, Liela Falkowski to arrange pickup @306-620-8609. Hurry before they're all gone!
We are not parading Monday Oct 8. Enjoy the long weekend!
Attached are the kit list and permission slip for the upcoming field training exercise at York Lake Regional Campground (5 min south of Yorkton) 12-14 Oct 2018. Cadets are to be dropped off with their permission slip and personal kit at the campground at 6pm and MUST check in with adult staff before parents leave. Winter-rated sleeping bags and air mattresses are provided. Cadets will be eating MREs all weekend, and learning about camp routine and other fieldcraft skills such as shelter construction.