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CIC Cap Badges!
One of the previous programmes of the CIC Branch Association of British Columbia was the presentation of complimentary embroidered Tri-Service Cap Badges to Occupational Training Course graduates in Pacific Region (See story below). With the closure of Albert Head to most Cadet & CIC activities, in-house Pacific Region-specific courses essentially stopped, and the ability to in-person welcome our newest members with a cap badge was no longer possible. As such, the balance of our inventory is being offered as a Kitshop service until stock is depleted. Both Wedge/Beret and Forage sizes are available for $20 (no additional taxes). For a single badge, shipping is $5. Buy two or more and the shipping is free! Please contact email@example.com, including your mailing address and how many/types you want. We'll send you a PayPal invoice for you to securely and safely use your credit card online!
Occupational Training Course Graduation - March 12, 2020
22 Annual Tri-Service CIC Mess Dinner - Saturday 14 March 2020
The Delta Hotel always delivers an exquisite dinner to all the guests!
The dynamic situation surrounding the outbreak of COVID-19 has made it prudent for the CIC Branch Association of BC to postpone indefinitely the upcoming dinner. Our Government and the senior leadership of the CAF are urging us all to take practices that will contain community spread of the virus; notably, gathering in large numbers in public spaces should be discouraged.
Out of the abundance of caution, the Association Council has decided to postpone our upcoming dinner. The MND, our invited guest speaker, has not confirmed his attendance given circumstances.
All our registered guest will be afforded refunds. We will be sending out email to registrants explaining the details shortly.
We all look forward to social gatherings such as our dinner planned for Burnaby as an opportunity to dine with good friends, make new acquaintances and further our professional abilities by learning first hand from others. The Association remains committed to continuing to promote these type of events in the future, when the situation is more conducive.