MS David Clougher accepts the Seamanship Award from Captain Mindy Stroet.

Sea Cadets honour best

The 204 Babine Royal Canadian Sea Cadets held their annual ceremonial review and also celebrated achievements from the last year.

The 204 Babine Royal Canadian Sea Cadets held their annual ceremonial review and also celebrated achievements from the last year.

Captain’s Trophy – AB Dylan Parker (Junior Award);

Captain’s Trophy – PO2 Steven Dieleman (Senior Award);

Best New Entry – AB Gabe Spencer;

Esprit de Corps – LS Hayden Bereck;

Parade Training – MS Sean Turney;

Seamanship – MS David Clougher;

Most Improved Cadet – AB Liam Penner;

Community Citizenship – LS Matthew


Most Outstanding Chief/Petty Officer – CPO1 Laura Petersen;

Perfect Attendance – AB Nathaniel Smith;

Cadet of the Year – CPO1 Laura Petersen;

Top Training PO – CPO2 Rain Reeves;

Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence – CPO2 Cameron Kennedy;

Navy League Medal of Excellence – CPO1 Laura Petersen. This award is presented to just four sea cadets in B.C. each year.

Lord Strathcona Medal – CPO1 Laura Petersen;

Long Service Medal (four years) – PO1 Brandon Tanner;

Long Service Medal (five years) – CPO1 Laura  Petersen, ; CPO2 Cameron Kennedy and CPO2 Rain Reeves.


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