Patricia Henniger received a plaque as she completed her time in the 902 Summerland Royal Canadian Air Cadets. She had been in the program for seven years.

Henniger completes Cadet program

A long-time cadet was presented with a going-away gift last week.

At the 902 Summerland Royal Canadian Air Cadets Annual Christmas Dinner, Warrant Officer First Class Patricia Henniger was presented with a going-away gift, a plaque representing her cadet career.

Dec. 13 was WO1 Henniger’s last night as a cadet as she ages out in January 2013.

Over a seven-year period, Henniger has developed and excelled in areas of leadership, citizenship, communication and physical fitness.  She reached the highest cadet rank in the air cadet organization with distinction.

Her dedication and performance has been recognized by many awards and medals, both at the local squadron and at Cadet Summer Training Centres where she served as a Staff Cadet Instructor for the past two summers.


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