Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps

253 Crescent Corps

Record #: CAL0586
Last Modified: 01 Feb 2019
Last Full Update: 01 Feb 2019

Description & Services

Alternate Name Bolton Sea Cadets
Description The purpose of this non-profit youth organization is to enrich the local community by encouraging responsible and participatory citizenship amongst its youth.  
This program involves education, sailing, canoeing, camping, winter sports, citizenship, first aid, survival, leadership skills, community services, life-skills oriented training, fitness, community parades, and free summer camp which is offered all across Canada.
Areas Served Bolton - and area ; Caledon (Town of)
Eligibility Ages: 12 year(s) - 18 year(s) 
Application Apply in person any time throughout the school year from Sept through June.
Fees None - No membership fees; Caledon Navy League is official Sponsor
Languages English
Meetings Mon, 6:30pm-9:30pm, upstairs auditorium, Albion Bolton Community Centre, 150 Queen St S, Bolton

Contact Information

Accessibility Fully Accessible
Mailing Address c/o RCSCC Crescent, Bolton Sea Cadets 
PO Box 302 
Bolton, ON L7E 5T3
Office Phone 905-857-5055
Primary Contact Lt(N) Andrew Townley, Commanding Officer, Bolton Sea Cadets; Email:
Primary Executive Claudia Burton, President, Navy League of Canada, Caledon Branch; Email:
Volunteer Coordinator Claudia Burton, Navy League of Canada- Caledon Branch; Email:

Other Details

Established 1976
Funding Fundraising - Navy League of Canada (Caledon Branch) and Department of National Defence
Service Level (50) Non Profit


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