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AGM 2018 in Kelowna

Another AGM has been completed! With lots of information going back to the many Navy League Branches, Cadet Corps and Sea Cadet Corps, we are sure to continue providing the best possible experience for the youth under our care!

A big thanks to all of our supporters and special guests!

Updated: Here are two important documents for members:

Operation: This Is You

Operation: This Is You is now accepting applications!

Eligibility Requirements

  • The Achieve Anything Foundation defines as girls & women any persons that identify as female, including transgender. This definition applies to any reference of girls, women and/or females. To be eligible to apply for Operation: This IS You! events, the applicant must identify as female
  • A Lower age limit may be applicable to some events, please refer to specific event details before applying
  • Signed Guardian consent rquired for those under the age of 19, a signed waiver is also applicable to everyone
  • Government issued photo identification may be required, please refer to specific event details before applying

Events are starting soon, and continue all year! Apply now!

Operation: This IS You! Application Process

IMPORTANT: Please read carefully before applying

The person wishing to attend an event must apply on their own behalf, and must answer the questions in their own words, to the best of their ability. You may not apply on behalf of someone else.

A completed application does not assure acceptance to an event. The selection process for each event varies depending on the quality of information provided, number of applicants, available space, nature of the event and other operational factors.

Admission to an event is by invitation only, without exception. Invitations are not transferrable and do not include any other person other than the successful applicant. RSVP’s must be received by the stated deadline in order for the ivitation to remain valid.

The information you provide us is protected once completed, and will not be shared with anyone outside of the Achieve Anything Foundation or agency partner hosting the event without your prior consent.

You may apply to only one event at a time. Within 48 hours of a completed event, your status will be released and you may then apply for other events. If you have previously applied to an Operation: This IS You! event, or as a volunteer for the Achieve Anything Foundation, enter the email address you previously used and then select “return user”.

You may apply for, and attend more than one Operation: This is You! event, however you may not repeat the same event.

The selection process for an event is ongoing and remains open unless otherwise indicated. We sometimes have last minute cancellations so if you’re interested in an event and applictions are listed as open – APPLY!

Events may be postponed or cancelled at any time due to circumstances outside of our control.

Apply here! Scroll down to the Apply button, enter your email, and finish the wizard.

Lebrun to take aim at provincial biathlon competition

Williams Lake cadet Kaitlin Lebrun takes aim during the Northern Zone Biathlon this past weekend in Prince George. Lebrun finished first in the female youth category. (Cpt. Andrew Tomlinson photo)

Original Story by Williams Lake Tribune:

Cadet Kaitlin Lebrun of Williams Lake shot her rifle and skied to a gold medal at the Northern Zone Biathlon Competition held at Otway Ski centre in Prince George last weekend.

Lebrun, 17, is with 202 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps in Williams Lake. More than 30 cadets competed in Prince George, testing their fitness, skiing, teamwork, and marksmanship skills over a 6 km course.

“I’ve always wanted to ski and do sports, this is fun,” says cadet Lebrun, “I encourage others to do it.”

Lebrun, who is Chief Petty Officer in her Corps, has attended three zone competitions and participated in two provincial competitions in past years. Lebrun has also been on an exchange trip to the U.S. with the Cadet Program.

Lebrun finished first in the female youth category and will compete at the provincial level February 2-3 in Mount Washington, Comox.

The Cadet Program aims to develop in youth ages 12-18 the attributes of good citizenship and leadership, promote physical fitness and stimulate the interest of youth in sea, land and air activities of the Canadian Armed Forces.