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025 - Regular Training Night - January 28, 2020

posted by NLCC MJ Miller

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 will be a regular Training night

024 - Regular Training Night - January 21, 2020

posted by NLCC MJ Miller

Tuesday, January 21, 2020 will be a regular Training night

023 - New Branch Personal - January 20, 2020

posted by NLCC MJ Miller

Thank you to all the parents who attended our AGM on Monday, January 20, 2020.

As you know our new Branch was elected in and here are the results:
  • President:  Patrick Kwok
  • 1st Vice President: Maylin Fraser
  • 2nd Vice President: Bob Torbet
  • Treasurer: Al Groff
  • Secretary:  Perter Ng
Our former President, Sherman Lee and Secretary, Della Chen have now stepped down and moved on to newer things. We thank them both for all their help on the Branch and will miss having them around.

Also voted in is a new Mandatory Volunteering Policy that will start in September 2020 (more details to come) as well as a small increase to the sibling Administration Fee. This will raise from $25.00 per sibling to $50,00 also in September 2020.

021 - Regular Training Night - January 14, 2020

posted by NLCC MJ Miller

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 will be a regular Training night.

020 - Welcome Back - Commanding Officer Parade - January 7, 2020

posted by NLCC MJ Miller   [ updated ]

We hope you all had a great Christmas and New Years!!!
Welcome to 2020!!!

Training resumes Tuesday, January 7, 2020.
Hope to see you all!!!

This Tuesday is a Commanding Officers Parade. 

A Commanding Officer Parade is a formal parade where the Commanding Officer inspects the Ships' Company just like we would during our quarterly Inspection Parades. 
We also perform a March Past, an Advance in Review Order, and General Salute. These are all things you learned and practiced during the Onboard. 
Most of the time, it is only the Commanding Officer inspecting the Ships Company but there are times where other guests may also be invited to partake. Make sure that you dress and act appropriately.

It also means that we wear our formal Service Dress Uniforms (No. 1) consisting of:
  1. White Top with NLCC MJ Miller cap tally
  2. NLCC MJ Miller blue dress shirt with rank epaulets and lanyard if applicable
    If you are cold, you may wear your NLCC MJ Miller blue t shirt under the dress shirt
  3. Black dress trousers with white belt and brass buckle
  4. Black socks
  5. Polished black boots or shoes if your feet are too small to obtain boots (usually below size 3)
  6. Pea coat
  7. If your hair is longer than the bottom of your dress shirt collar, it must be put up in a bun with a hairnet and elastics that are the colour of your hair and your hair must be gelled back if you have fly away hairs on the sides. This includes male and female Cadets.
    NO ponytails!!
After the parade, there will be regular training so be sure to bring your notebooks and pens or pencils for note taking. Remember that the things you learn in Training may be on your Promotions exams.

019 - Christmas and New Years Break

posted by NLCC MJ Miller

We are standing down from December 18, 2019 to January 6, 202 for Christmas and New Years.
See you all in 2020!!!

018 - Christmas Mess Dinner - December 17, 2019

posted by NLCC MJ Miller

Come celebrate Christmas with your fellow
NLCC MJ Miller Corps Cadets, Sea Cadets, and Officers
at our Annual Christmas Potluck Supper
on Tuesday, December 17, 2019.

Mess Dinner etiquette is to be observed. 

Males are to be in Business Attire (Collared dress shirt, dress trousers, and dress shoes). 
Females can wear a dress or Business attire.

Important Note:
We have several Cadets, this Training Year, who are severely allergic to nuts (tree nuts as well as peanuts). Please try not to use any type of nuts in any dishes.
There are also a couple of Cadets who cannot eat certain types of meats. 

The Cadets should be able to tell anyone what is in their dish that they brought.

022 - Notice of Richmond/Delta Branch Annual General Meeting - January 20, 2020

posted Jan 17, 2020, 4:26 PM by NLCC MJ Miller

Hello all. The Branch has chosen to have the
Richmond/Delta Branch Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday, January 20, 2020 at our Navy League Cadet Hall, starting at 1900 (or 7:00 pm for land lubbers).


All Cadet's parents are invited and encouraged to attend this very important event where you, the parent, get the opportunity to vote for the Executive Board of the Branch (one vote per family).

We are always looking for new Branch members so come on down and help: It directly helps your Cadets.. The Branch meets once monthly.

Here are our current Branch Members:
  • President: Sherman Lee (stepping down)
  • First Vice President: Patrick Kwok
  • Second Vice President: Maylin Fraser
  • Treasurer: Al Groff
  • Secretary: Della Chen (stepping down)
  • Boats: Currently empty
  • Fund Raising: Currently empty
Responsibilities of the Branch:
  • All Navy League affairs within its territory
  • Supervision of activities, in Navy League matters, of its members and committees
  • Adequate record-keeping of Branch activities
  • Solicitation of membership funds and other donations, within its territorial limits, to carry on the work of The Navy League. Such funds must be raised and used only in the name of The Navy League of Canada
  • Submission of an annual budget for approval as required by Division
  • Provision of monies as required to meet Division and National assessments
  • Conducting of meetings as necessary to carry out its functions
  • Holding an Annual Meeting to:
  • Receive and consider reports of auditors, Navy League Officials, committees, and others
  • Conduct an election of officers
  • Cover such other business as may be necessary for the continued good operation of the Branch
  • Submission of reports and other information to Division as required by Navy League By-Laws and other regulations
  • Routing, through Division, all correspondence and other contacts between the Branch and all Provincial or National Offices outside the Branch area
  • Fulfilling obligations of local sponsor for Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps
  • Control, supervision and administration of Navy League Cadet Corps sponsored by Branch
  • Authorization of all Corps extra-curricular activities. Inter-Branch activities must be cleared through Division.
Please save this date in your Calendars and we hope you all can make this very important event.

017 - Celebrations of Learning, Dec 10, 2019

posted Dec 8, 2019, 12:43 AM by NLCC MJ Miller

What is a Celebration of Learning?
It is where we find out how much you have been paying attention in classes and on the Drill Deck.
AKA Examinations. But don;t worry. If your spelling is wrong but we can make out what you are trying to say (and it is right), you will get the marks.
We will also be around to help you if you are not understanding what the questions are asking you.
These Celebrations are what we use to make sure you are eligible for Promotions so make sure you check your notes.

016 - Commanding Officer Parade - Dec 3, 2019

posted Nov 27, 2019, 7:16 AM by NLCC MJ Miller   [ updated ]

This Tuesday is a Commanding Officers Parade. 

A Commanding Officer Parade is a formal parade where the Commanding Officer inspects the Ships' Company just like we would during our quarterly Inspection Parades. 
We also perform a March Past, an Advance in Review Order, and General Salute. These are all things you learned and practiced during the Onboard. 
Most of the time, it is only the Commanding Officer inspecting the Ships Company but there are times where other guests may also be invited to partake. Make sure that you dress and act appropriately.

It also means that we wear our formal Service Dress Uniforms (No. 1) consisting of:
  1. White Top with NLCC MJ Miller cap tally
  2. NLCC MJ Miller blue dress shirt with rank epaulets and lanyard if applicable
    If you are cold, you may wear your NLCC MJ Miller blue t shirt under the dress shirt
  3. Black dress trousers with white belt and brass buckle
  4. Black socks
  5. Polished black boots or shoes if your feet are too small to obtain boots (usually below size 3)
  6. Pea coat
  7. If your hair is longer than the bottom of your dress shirt collar, it must be put up in a bun with a hairnet and elastics that are the colour of your hair and your hair must be gelled back if you have fly away hairs on the sides. This includes male and female Cadets.
    NO ponytails!!
After the parade, there will be regular training so be sure to bring your notebooks and pens or pencils for note taking. Remember that the things you learn in Training may be on your Promotions exams.

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