676 Kittyhawk Sponsoring Committee Society
Our Impact Why We Exist
Air Cadets is more than just activities; it's major focus is building character and leadership skills in young people; developing fitness and providing an opportunity to see what the Canadian Forces air element is all about.
The 676 Squadron Open House is a chance to come and meet Air Cadets and staff first hand and find out how our program offers something interesting for anyone between the ages of 12 and 18.
While Air Cadets includes chances to fly in both gliders and powered aircraft we have lots of other exciting activities that will appeal to just about everyone! See our displays and a new video about what we do including our first class range program, biathlon, band, drill team, first aid training and camping trips not to speak of summer camps held at various places across Canada.
You can even use some of your Air Cadet time for High School credits.
Come and join us for a light lunch and check out our WWII vintage RAF hall. If you've got questions about Air Cadets we'd be happy to talk to you!
676 Kittyhawk Squadron meets at their Cadet Hall located at 1979 DeHavilland Way, Sidney, on Thursday evenings between 1800 hrs (6:00 pm) and 2115 hrs (9:15 pm).
Band / Drill / Flying / Range / Flight Sim
- 1815 - 1845 Fall-in and Inspection
- 1845 - 1920 First Period
- 1925 - 2000 Second Period
- 2000 - 2020 Break
- 2020 - 2055 Third Period
- 2100 - 2115 Final Dismissal Parade
As the Sponsoring Committee, we are the board of directors assisting the squadron in a multitude of areas, including but not limited to fundraising.
Our Story What We Do
At the 676 we more than 'Parade'. Our cadets have their choice of activities that run up to 6 days per week if they so choose.
Though Thursday nights are mandatory training nights, you can often find several cadets engaged in activities and day or night of the week.
From Biathlon training and Range practice, to learning to fly in our exceptional flight simulators, we have something for just about everyone.
Our cadets take diving classes, public speaking, adventure hiking and often travel for many reasons.
Please stop by our historic RAF Building any Thursday night to learn more and take a tour.
Our Programs How We Do It
Please visit our website for all of our events and activities.
- Routine activities
- Seasonal activities
- Summer camp
- Diving courses
- First Aid
- CASC (Computerized Aircraft Simulation Centre)
- Music (we supply instruments)
- Travel (Mt. Washington, Vancouver Island, out of Province)
- So much more
What You Can Do
As a Sponsoring Committee we need to raise $52,000 to fund the hall and the Cadet activities. We need ALL parents to participate. We have a large selection of activities that require some sort of parent involvement. Each family is required to contribute a minimum of 15 hours of volunteer hours throughout the year and ALL parents are required to assist with the Annual Cadet Review at year end.