Trail cadet selected for music course

Hayley Behl, a Trail sea cadet, is spending the next three weeks aboard HMCS QUADRA Cadet Summer Training Centre.

HMCS QUADRA, Comox BC – Hayley Behl, a Trail sea cadet, is spending the next three weeks aboard Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship QUADRA (HMCS) Cadet Summer Training Centre.

Cadet Behl was selected for the three-week Basic Music Course and this is her second cadet summer course.

She, along with 40 other Sea and Air Cadet musicians will be receiving music lessons from some of the top Canadian Armed Forces Musicians from across the country.

Hayley, a Grade 9 JL Crowe Secondary student, who plays trumpet in her school band says she loves playing in a marching band.

“I love doing new things like sailing, and band, it’s so much fun, I can’t believe it’s free!”

Royal Canadian Sea Cadets is a national youth program sponsored by the Department of National Defence and the Navy League of Canada. The program is offered to all youth in Canada aged 12-18 and is provided at zero cost to families. Adults interested in volunteering or youth interested in joining, are encouraged to contact RCSCC Kootenay Commanding Officer Lt(N) Llora McTeer at 131sea@cadets.gc.ca

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