In This Issue 42

This year make RMC your first Christmas concert.

The band of the Royal Military College of Canada will present its annual Christmas Concert on November 19th, 2010 at 19h30. This performance will be held in the Cadet Formal Mess in Yeo Hall at the college.

Under the musical direction of Master Warrant Officer Martin Huppé and Officer Cadet Brennan Roche, you will hear the Brass and Reeds, the Choir and the Stage Band taking turn playing music such as “Nightmare before Christmas”, “Sabre Dance” from Khachaturian, a Herp Albert trumpet feature, “The longest Time” from Billy Joel, sing-along Christmas songs, jazz music like “Take 5” and more diverse pieces. Quite a program is waiting for you and, it will include a festive guest appearance… HO! HO! HO!

Doors open at 19h00.

Tickets are available at RMC’s Yeo Hall Canex and United Way 417 Bagot Street for $5, at the door the night of the concert for $6, and

free for children under 10.

Proceeds go to United Way.

Come and see our musician Officer Cadets in action!

Bill & Rolande Oliver off on R&R next week.  Consequently, e-Veritas 43 will not be available until the following week – 8 November.

In This Issue 42:

6513 John Bart (RMC 1965) Awards – 10th Anniversary – Smashing Success!

Making the Rounds;

Training for the real thing – Major Rob Parent – RMC Chief Instructor;

CFB (K) Dining Facility Named after the Father / Grandfather of Two Ex Cadets;

200 Day to Grad & Naming of “Navy Way” and the 5km Navy Run;

Varsity Sports;

More Sports…;

Qu’est-ce qui se passe au CMR Saint-Jean;

Victoria Edwards: In Conversation With Glenn Allen;

5573 Layne Larsen – Former RMC Director of Cadets – Busier Than Ever!

Where are they now? Jacques Tremblay & Bill Lewis;

Flashback – 1979 RMC Redmen Football Club – All Canadian Champions!

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