|Posted by Legion Cadets on December 19, 2016 at 10:00 PM||comments (0)|
There have been some reports about Members not being able to access the Members Section.
To be a Member you must first be a Paid up member of The Legion of Frontiersmen Australia Command Inc
2nd you need to either be invited by a member or apply to be a member
3rd You need to wait until Admin has approved you - therefore if you do not at first use your member name and you are not recognised you will not be accepted.
Once accepted you Login using your ID and password
It is best to use Google Chrome as issues with Internet Explorer have been experienced.
if you have issues please contact via the contact page.
|Posted by Legion Cadets on December 8, 2016 at 7:00 PM||comments (0)|
Well what a year we have had.
We have had a lot of changes over the last 2 years.
We have had some sad moments and some exciting times.
Brig. Warren and the Unit of a whole had the sad time of the death of Brig Warren's Brother and our Retired Chaplin after a long illness followed by this year the death of his mum and our Chief Chapperone.
Some of our Cadets have moved interstate and others moved on due to work committments or to join other organisations -- We wish them all the best in thier future career choices.
We welcome all our new recruits and looking forward to many more as we have expanded to the South of Adelaide with a New Camp at Edwardstown Primary School. (Camp Beho-Beho)
Our Cadets this year were involved in many Community Events including NASHO Service at Wallaroo, ANZAC Eve Service at St Clair, ANZAC Eve Vigil at Henley & Grange RSL, Rememberance Day Services x4 at Nursing Homes, Schools and the Daw Park Repatriation Hospital just to name a few.
Cadets were also involved in a run to the Birdwood Mill to join with the WVCG (Wartime Vehicle Conservation Group) to promote and show case the Unit. We look forward to further joint events in the coming years.
We had 5 overnight events this year 2 at HQ and 3 offsite where valuable training and lessons were held as well as fun activities.
Eligable cadets also got to attend an event and many qualified for their cross rifle badges. Well Done.
We have had some Cadets turn 18 and have now joined our Unit as Instructors.
This year has been a rebuilding and strengthening year and we look forward to bigger and better things to come in the New Year of 2017.
I Wish All a Very Merry Healthy Christmas and a Safe New Year.
|Posted by Legion Cadets on February 6, 2014 at 2:35 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Legion Cadets on April 26, 2013 at 6:30 AM||comments (0)|
Congratulations to all our cadets that participated in our ANZAC Eve Vigil & Dawn Service. It was great to see such a wonderful turnout and the cadets did the unit proud!
Also, job well done to Camp Nyangao cadets who attended the St Clair Memorial Service. You've made the command very proud!
|Posted by Legion Cadets on April 10, 2013 at 10:15 PM||comments (0)|
Show your support for Legion Cadets and purchase your People's Choice Lottery tickets through the following link:
Don't forget to choose Legion of Frontiersmen, SA legion Cadets Inc as your preferred charity. All money from tickets purchased selecting us will go directly to the Legion.
There are some great prizes so why not have a go and support us in the process, you never know, you could walk away with a new car!
|Posted by Legion Cadets on October 22, 2012 at 4:50 AM||comments (0)|
We would like to announce our newest annexe......Camp Nyangao at Fort Glanville. We are very fortunate to have the Fort Glanville Historical Society invite us to share their historic Fort Glanville.
Parade nights will be Wednesday nights during school terms, 19:00 to 21:15.
If you would like more information, please contact us on [email protected]
|Posted by Legion Cadets on February 16, 2012 at 6:05 PM||comments (0)|
Military Carnival Day:
12th May 2012
Elizabeth Grove Primary School
Haynes Rd Elizabeth Grove.
9:30am - 3:30pm
Displays of WW1 & WW2 military vehicles, Re-enactment Groups, Youth Group recruiting & display booths, Militaria, Sausage Sizzle, Drinks, Ice-creams & lots more.
Put this date in your diary so you don't forget. It will be a great day.
Although the day was not well attended by the general public, we still considered it a success.
Lots of re-enactment groups came including Knights fighting with swords & shields, Wartime Conservation Group www.wvcg.org with vehicles such as a "Mutt" which is a Vietnam War vehicle, a Ford Blitz, and WW2 Jeeps from USA & SAS (British). We also had Fort Glanville Historical Society, www.fortglanville.com.au complete with a 16 pounder gun firing & a 2 pounder gun also firing, the Girls Brigade www.girlsbrigadesa.org.au who had crafts, face painting, masks & a clown, Medals Mementos & More www.medalsmementos.com with a display of medals & badges, Noarlunga Volunteer Rifles www.users.picknowl.com.au/~vaisham/Noarlungarifles.html with old style rifles firing, rides, a bouncy castle, lucky dips and lots more.
The inner man was well looked after by a sausage sizzle, hot donuts, pies, pasties, hot chips, coffee, icecream and soft drinks.
|Posted by Legion Cadets on November 11, 2011 at 2:35 AM||comments (0)|
Remembrance Day for this year was very busy. We performed a Catafalque Party at both Elizabeth Grove Primary School and East Para Primary School at 11am and then at 1:45pm, we performed another at Glouster Residential Care. Two of our Members also attended the service at Bublacowie on the Yorke Peninsula, where they represented the Legion.
Both schools want us back again next year & Glouster Residential Care want us again in the school holidays to give a talk & demo to the residents again. They enjoyed our last presentation (to the men's group) so much that they want us again, to present to both the women's group & the men's group.
Well done to all the Members who took part in these services, you are a credit to the Unit.
|Posted by Legion Cadets on October 26, 2011 at 1:35 AM||comments (0)|
As from 1st November 2011, our Tuesday night parades will be held at our new home for "Camp Kilimanjaro", which is the Golden Grove High School - Adey Place, Golden Grove. (Situated just off the Grove Way).
This is exciting news for us & we hope it will be another successful change.
|Posted by Legion Cadets on October 5, 2011 at 11:50 PM||comments (0)|
On Wednesday 5th October, we attended the Glouster Residential Care Facility at Ingle Farm to give a talk and demonstration to the residents.
We had a terrific turn up of around 20 Member participants including adults and thanks must go to those people willing to give up their time for events such as this.
Approximately 30 residents listened to our talk and watched as our Cadets "strutted their stuff", with one resident moved to tears by the experience. We spoke to and shook hands with each resident in attendance, after the demonstration and all very very impressed with us.
A certificate was presented to the facility from the Unit, thanking all ex-servicemen & women for their dedication and sacrifices made for us all.
It was a very successful day and we will be planning more such visits in the future.