A proud moment for the 2919 Grey & Simcoe Foresters Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps.
Its very own Cadet Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Evelyn Wrobel was presented with the General Walsh Commemorative Sword, which is presented to Canada’s most outstanding top cadet.
Captain Eva Lay, the Commanding Officer of 2919 G&SF RC(Army)CC says it’s the highest award any cadet can achieve and it’s not given out lightly.
In order to receive this award, a cadet must complete certain aspects and tasks within and out of the cadet program in order to be eligible.
Chief Warrant Officer Worbel was presented with the award during a ceremony Tuesday evening at the Barrie Armoury.