A recruitment drive has started for the Deniliquin Cadets unit.SHAUN CONNOR February 21, 2013 4:27am
Deniliquin cadets (back, from left) Brad Dover, Tom McDonald, Harrison Wright; (front) Lauren Smits, Drew Warren and Brendon Erickon.
Deniliquin Cadets is on the lookout for new recruits.
The local unit is open to both males and females aged 12 to 18.
Cadets officer commanding Captain Bob Crampton says weekly activities, held during school term, include basic army training.
‘‘It’s a good activity for youth and teaches self discipline in a friendly atmosphere.
‘‘Activities include drills, map reading, bush craft techniques, field engineering and first aid.
‘‘We also have weekend trips and an annual camping trip in September to Puckapunyal (army base),’’ he said.
Anyone wanting to be involved in cadets is welcome to turn up to Thursday night meetings at the Deniliquin RSL Sports Complex from 7pm.
Phone Capt Crampton on 0427
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