CAP Col. Mary Donley presented Cadet Capt. Abigail Williams CAP’s prestigious Amelia Earhart award during the regular Lincoln County Composite Squadron meeting on April 19.
News - Page 11
The Pierre Composite Squadron of Civil Air Patrol adult and cadet members toured the SD National Guard Museum in Pierre.
South Dakota Wing, Civil Air Patrol, was part of the search that found the body of Kay Flittie near Spencer, S.D. in Saturday, April 16. The Sioux Falls woman had been missing for over a week and her abandoned car had been found abandoned on I-90 near the Spencer exit in Hanson County.
Civil Air Patrol members gathered April 9 for CAP’s annual South Dakota Wing Conference April 9 at the K Bar S Lodge, near Keystone, S.D.
Sixteen members of Civil Air Patrol’s South Dakota Wing gathered last week for a Training Leaders of Cadets, Basic, a required class for adult members who lead the organization’s youth program, known as the cadet program.
A group of Lincoln County Composite Squadron cadets, senior members and family members gathered at Kids Against Hunger earlier this month to bag meals for those in need. After a brief set of instructions, they put together enough meals to feed 1944 people. It was a fun and very rewarding experience.
Civil Air Patrol in South Dakota, known as South Dakota Wing, will hold its annual conference on April 9 at the K Bar S Lodge, near Keystone, S.D.
Civil Air Patrol cadet competition teams from Sioux Falls and Rapid City will represent South Dakota in a regional Civil Air Patrol competition on April 9. The teams from Sioux Falls Composite Squadron and Rushmore Composite Squadron were first and second place, respectively, in the state-level competition held this past weekend in Pierre.
Pierre Civil Air Patrol Cadet C/TSgt Darion D. Osterkamp has received the NCO Citation and Medal Award from the Pierre Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8, in recognition of outstanding achievement and exceptional leadership ability.
Cadets from Sioux Falls Composite Squadron visited the Mid America Museum of Aviation and Transportation in Sioux City on March 19.