Attention Parents and Cadets...

Sadly, I have to announce that we can have no in person training until after 31 August 2020. This includes Summer training Centres, Local training, and Officer Training. If there are any questions, let me know.

D. Koshman 

Commanding Officer

The Lt. Cdr. Barry Bevvan Scholarship Award

This year we were able to create a new scholarship for one of our cadets. This new scholarship is being sponsored by former Quinte cadets.

It is presented to a cadet who serves as an example in leadership, commitment, excellence, and service to others.

This year due to the pandemic we were unable to present any awards in person. CPO1 Bashall was the recipient of this award. She was so pleased to receive it, that after she received the award she put her uniform on and had a photo taken in uniform with the certificate. 

CPO1 Bashall is headed to Carlton University in the fall to study architecture.

It is with much joy and gratitude that we say thank you to the John and Bernice Parrott Foundation. Their amazing gift and generosity will go a long way to help us provide a safe and positive space for our cadets. In this time of uncertainty to be able to move forward on such an important project is an amazing step forward. With this donation and the funds raised from our bottle drive we will be able to complete the dock-emergency exit and shoreline restoration.

 

BOTTLE DRIVE SUCCESS: Totals are in: $7375.60. Unbelievable success after just one month. 

**Got Empties? We're still taking them!!**

Thank-you to all of our supporters in the Hastings, Prince Edward, and the greater Quinte area! We are truly humbled with your overwhelming support you have been giving us during our bottle drive!

Those cans and bottles you drop off help put musical instruments in a cadet's hand, puts a teen in a sailboat or a power boat to learn seamanship, qualifying as an amateur radio operator, learning first aid, becoming better versions of themselves, and many other things, as well as a safe place to belong.

If you have more bottles and cans piling up, we're still taking them until 31 August. Feel free to maintain your social distance, and drop them off on our front porch, anytime, 24 hours a day! Tell your friends!

16 South Front St-Belleville

Again, Thank-you Everyone!

On May 13th RCSCC Quinte had one of our cadets age out. CPO2 Donaldson will turn in his uniform once it is safe to do so.

CPO2 Donaldson has been with the corps since May 2013.

Due to the pandemic we are unable to give CPO2 Donaldson a proper send off.  We do however wish him the best in his future endeavours.

Thank you for your time and service to the corps.

Fair winds and following seas.

 

 

 

Medal of Excellence

 

 

Each year the Navy League of Canada, Ontario Division awards the Medal of Excellence to the top Sea Cadets in the province. This year of 14 Medals presented, and out of 61 Branches in the province 2 of our cadets were awarded this Medal.

 

Congratulations to CPO2 Henry Coupland, and PO1 Izzy Coupland. The Navy League of Canada, Belleville Branch and the Officers of RCSCC Quinte are extremely proud to have you represent us.

On March 12, CPO1 Bashall was promoted to Coxswain. I am sure she will do a wonderful job as she continues to grow as a cadet. Congratulations to the new Coxswain.

This is our two range teams.

On Feb 29 2020 the range team had a competition in Trenton. The team won top spot in the competition. CPO2 Doyle had the top shot, PO1 Isabel Coupland had the second Top shot of the competition, and MS Semark received third place for Jr Shot.

A big BZ to an amazing job done by the team. 

On March 12, MS Semark received a mug for 100 hours of service. Thank you for your service to the corps.

March 5 2020, AB Kane was promoted to LS Kane. Good job and congratulations.

On Feb 29 2020 the range team had a competition in Trenton. The team won top spot in the competition. CPO2 Doyle had the top shot and PO1 Isabel Coupland had the second Top shot of the competition.

A big BZ to an amazing job done by the team. 

On 27 Feb 2020 RCSCC Quinte said farewell to one of it's own.

Chief Petty Officer 1st Class Malcolm Ross turned in his uniform. CPO1 Ross has been with the corps from 14 Mar 2013. We would like to thank him for his service to the corps and we look forward to having him as a civilian volunteer in the future. 

BZ CPO1 Ross.

We wish you fair winds and following seas.

Call us

613-962-4647

Find us: 

16 South Front St. Belleville Ontario K8N2Y3