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    Cadets Receive Winter Assignments

    Intensive ministry opportunity helps cadets develop skills. October 20, 2014
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    Every year, cadets from the College for Officer Training (CFOT) travel to different towns and cities across the Canada and Bermuda Territory for a Christmas assignment. During this time of intensive ministry, they hone their leadership skills and competencies.  This year, the assignments are as follows:

    Cadet Keith Barrett – Deer Lake, N.L.
    Cadet Charlene Barrett – Weston Corps, Winnipeg
    Cadet Yves Bolduc – Sherbrooke, Que.
    Cadet Vivian Mag-aso – Southlands Community Church, Winnipeg
    Cadet Michelle Cale – Agincourt, Ont.
    Cadet David & Lorenda Dale – Moncton, N.B.
    Cadet Donna Downey – Essex, Ont.
    Cadets Kyung-Me Choi & Sung-Ho Lee – Korean Corps, North York, Ont.
    Cadets Ian & Donna Rabourn – Bermuda
    Cadet Stephanie Sawchuk – Stratford, Ont.
    Cadet Samuel Tim – Guelph, Ont.
    Cadet Stephen Toynton – Lewisporte, N.L.
    Cadet Rosalyn Toynton – Weetamah, Winnipeg

    Cadet Kaitlin Adlam – Yellowknife, N.W.T.
    Cadet David Cole – Saskatoon, Sask.
    Cadet Tabea Cole – Southlands Community Church, Winnipeg
    Cadet Alfred Esdaille – Swift Current, Sask.
    Cadet Cathy Esdaille – Weetamah, Winnipeg
    Cadets Susan & Dwayne Goulding – Orillia, Ont.
    Cadet Keith Hopkins – Parry Sound, Ont.
    Cadet Violet Hopkins – Weetamah, Winnipeg
    Cadet Alex MacDonald – Sydney, N.S.
    Cadet Rhonda MacDonald – Weston Corps, Winnipeg
    Cadets Erin & Curtis Metcalf – Bermuda
    Cadets Tinisha & Stefan Reid – Westminster, Ont.
    Cadets Whitney & Matthew Reid – Ottawa Citadel, Ont.
    Cadet Ian Robinson – Goderich, Ont.
    Cadet Kam Robinson – Southlands Community Church, Winnipeg
    Cadet Kath Walker – Spryfield, N.S.
    Cadet Brad Webster – Lloydminster, Alta.
    Cadet Wavie Webster – Weston Corps, Winnipeg

    Comment

    On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, Geoff Moulton, Editor-in-Chief said:

    A clarification and update from the CFOT training principal, Major David Allen:

    "Yes the split in couples is by design. A necessary requirement for Cadets with children of school age and not enough appointments in the vicinity. The appointments are not too lengthy and is good with those involved.

    "As for the list, yes Stefan and Tinisha are heading to Westminster Park in London. To clarify one small change elsewhere: Matt and Whitney Reid are not going to North Toronto but Ottawa Citadel."

    On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, cynthia thibert said:

    I'm somewhat confused by some of the appointments. It appears in some cases that cadet couples are receiving appointments some distance apart. Could somebody please clarify this for me.

    On Monday, October 20, 2014, Major John Mills (Rtd) said:

    Are Cadets Tinisha & Stefan Reid going to Westminster Park, London, Ont.? I'm not sure where "Westminster" is in Ontario.

    Blessings.

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