Cadets grow their hair for fundraising

In the Sea Cadet Corps, there are strict dress regulations for cadets and officers which state that we must keep our hair at a certain length at all times.

In the Sea Cadet Corps, there are strict dress regulations for cadets and officers which state that we must keep our hair at a certain length at all times.

However, there are exceptions to every rule. The cadets and officers of 347 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps (RCSCC) will be avoiding the barber for the next three months in order to support two of our volunteers who are currently dealing with cancer. We, as a corps who sticks closely together, want to help them on their courageous journey by participating in the “head shave” in March to raise money for the BC Cancer Foundation.

Cancer can affect anyone at anytime, without warning. We are asking everyone to support us in the form of a donation. All money raised will go directly to the BC Cancer Foundation to fund their research.

Our Sea Cadet Corps is very lucky to receive support from the Department of National Defence, the Navy League of Canada and various organizations throughout our communities and across Canada. Developing the attributes of good citizenship in youth is important for us in the Sea Cadets. To do this, we support, when possible, other organizations in their efforts to be successful. Help us help the BC Cancer Foundation. Your support is greatly appreciated, not only from 347 RCSCC Avenger, but for everyone in BC whose life is touched by cancer.

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