Thursday evening saw the opening of the Australian Air League’s newest Squadron at Geelong, Victoria with the Squadron holding its first meeting night at the Geelong Football Umpires League club rooms at Kardinia Park, Geelong.
A number of prospective cadets came along and all were very keen to join. They were joined by cadets and parents from the nearby Point Cook Squadron who helped out on the night, speaking to parents and cadets about the Air League.
The Air League has a long history in the Geelong area, the first Squadron there opened in October 1939 with gliding camps held on the Belmont Commons and we are pleased to be back and serving the local community.
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