Remember When? The Ponoka Air Cadet Squadron No. 65 has been welcoming young members into its excellent training and social programs for countless decades. Shown in this early 1940s photo are the local squadron taking part in an outdoor community activity and led by left to right: Roger Wheeler, Harold Gordanier, and Merville Erven, all who over the years have always enjoyed returning to their favourite home town to enjoy their Ponoka High School class of 1948 reunions. Under the ongoing keen sponsorship and support of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #66 the avid local young men and women of the #65 Squadron meet each week at their headquarters along 51st Avenue, and new recruits are always welcome. Photo submitted

Remember When: A look back at early Ponoka Air Cadets

The Ponoka Air Cadets had and continue to have a strong legacy in Ponoka

The Ponoka Air Cadets had and continue to have a strong legacy in Ponoka

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