Bridgewater’s 65 Army Cadet Unit seeking new members

by Brighton Council
65 Army Cadet Unit in action

Founded on a strong sense of community, the Australian Army Cadets provides teen-agers with opportunities to develop leadership, initiative, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. The 65 Army Cadet Unit in Bridgewater holds sessions each Wednesday night from 6-9pm.

Kids between 13-17 years take part in drill and ceremonial parades, navigation, survival training, first aid, rock climbing, use of Service Firearms, and drone training. The cost is $20 per term and the group meets at 82 Cowle Street, Bridgewater. The government-funded Ticket to Play scheme is available to eligible cadets.

For more information call 0497 918 433 or email 65ACU@armycadets.gov.au. Sign up at armycadets.gov.au

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