Unit Reunions


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CANADIAN WAR BRIDES—May 19-21,
Ottawa. Jean Fells, 2001 Easthill, Saskatoon, SK  S7J 3C6, 306-974-4046; Joan Reichardt, 250-352-7013, jreichardt@netidea.com; Lorna Staten, staten@netidea.com.

442 TRANSPORT AND RESCUE SQDN/121 KU/442 AUXILIARY FIGHTER SQN/NUMBER 14 FIGHTER SQDN. June 2-4, Comox B.C. Capt. Cory McPhee, 442 Transport and Rescue Sqdn. 19 Wing Comox, P.O. Box 1000, Stn. Main, Lazo, BC V0R 2K0 442sqn75th@gmail.com

NORTH SHORE (NB) REGT.—June 2-4, Bathurst, N.B. Graham Wiseman, 1820
King Ave., Bathurst, NB  E2A 4Z7; Capt. Luc Bouchard, 506-549-6014.

RCCS (ATLANTIC)—Sept. 22-24, Sydney, N.S. Frances Arbuckle, 28 Arbuckle Ln., Port Caledonia, Cape Breton Island, NS  B1A 6W8, 902-737-2806, arbucklef@hotmail.com.

THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN RANGERS—
Sept. 29-Oct. 1, Kamloops. B.C. Bill Mitchell, 288 Parkercove, Vernon, BC  V1H 2A1, youngforever@shaw.ca.

ROYAL REGINA RIFLES—June 2-4, Regina. Stacey Bouck, RRR Assoc., The Armoury, 1600 Elphinstone St., Regina, SK  S4T 3N1, stacey.bouck@forces.gc.ca.

34 ROLAND J GROOME, 41 HERCULES AND 703 OPTIMIST AIR CADETS—May 26-28, Capt. S. Drew, 41 Hercules, Box 37159, Regina, SK  S4S 7K4; 306-757-2252, reginaaircadets.ca, aircadet75regina@gmail.com.

223 RED LION AIR CADETS—June 3, Vernon, B.C. Monty Cross, Box 1171, Vernon, BC  V1T 6N4, 250-309-9490, info@223redlion.ca, www.223redlion.ca.


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