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About Navy League Cadets
The Navy League Cadet program welcomes boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 12. Cadets come from many different backgrounds to share a common interest: making friends and having fun!

This is NOT a military program. The Navy League of Canada is a civilian organization. Our cadet program uses a naval theme as a platform to develop:
• Good citizenship
• Leadership
• A sense of duty
• Self-discipline
• Teamwork
• Healthy living
• Respect for others
At Navy League Cadets, your child will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities and learn many new skills, which include sailing and canoeing, seamanship and rope work, marching, naval terminology, air rifle safety and marksmanship, and map and compass. There are also several other activities and community events, such as military commemorative parades, weekend camps, formal mess dinners, seasonal parties, wake-a-thons, skating and swimming, and much, much more.

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How To Join
If your child is between the ages of 9 and 12, then we would love to have them join our Navy League family!

Visit us on any Wednesday evening at the Stony Plain Community Centre, between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Our main registration night is the first Wednesday in September, but we take new cadets anytime during our training year (September – June).
To register your child with us, please bring the following items with you:
• Child’s Alberta Health Care card
• Child’s Birth Certificate (to confirm identity and age)
• Medical information (medications, allergies, etc.)
• Payment for Registration (cash only)
- Branch Membership & Insurance/Registration Fee: $50
- Uniform Rental Fee: $20
A registration package will be provided to you at the time of registration, and must be completed in full prior to your child participating in any activities.

Click Here for a copy of our registration form.

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Navy League Cadet Corps Erwin J. Stolk parades at the Stony Plain Community Centre, located at 5008 51 Ave in Stony Plain, Alberta.

The ship's office telephone number is 780-850-NAVY (6289) and the corps parades on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. You can also email us at nlcc.stolk@gmail.com.

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Corps Officers
Commanding Officer (CO)
Executive Officer (XO)
Training Officer (TrigO)
Administration Officer (AdminO)
Band Officer

--Lt (NL) Kara Henry
--A/SLt (NL) Stephen Bly
--SLt (NL) Kristin Hoberg
--MID (NL) Sandra Carey
--Lt (NL) Roderick Hall

Navy League officers are not members of, nor are they affiliated with, the Canadian Forces – they are dedicated volunteers who have one common interest: developing and growing our nation’s youth.

Navy League officers go through an application and screening process which includes a thorough background check. This serves two purposes:
• To create and maintain a safe environment for our Cadets and volunteers
• To ensure an appropriate match between each volunteer and their duties
In addition to each volunteer's unique background and skills, all officers and instructors receive training from the Navy League of Canada. This training provides all instructors with the skills required to work with today's youth.

We are always looking for more officers – if this sounds like something you would be interested in, please talk to our Commanding Officer on any Thursday evening.

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Navy League Cadet Rank Structure
Cadets and Officers wear uniforms, which will reflect traditional naval ranks which are earned through training and experience.

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Important Messages
Visit our fundraising page for more details.

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