LearningBrick had the pleasure of participating in the Canadian Forces Crypto Maintenance Squadron (CFCMS) golf tournament held at Garrison Golf and Curling Club at CFB Kingston, Ontario on September 8, 2017. This tournament attracted golfers of all levels to support a worthy cause and indulge in some hearty food at CFB Kingston on a beautiful day. Although the weather was not favorable the night before with showers and thunderstorms, we enjoyed the sunny day golfing even though we should have brought waterproof shoes and a couple pairs of socks.
The CFCMS is currently producing a display for the Communications and Electronics Museum at CFB Kingston which will showcase the history of the development of electronics technologies. This display will show how those technologies were used, how they affected events at the time, and how our military technology has contributed to the development of Canada within and outside the military. The money raised from the Golf Tournament will help fund the interactive display capturing the history of this unit.
Some of the funds raised will also be used to support the morale and welfare of their unit members. The Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS) delivers a variety of programs and services for the benefit of serving and former Canadian Armed Forces members, their families, and members of the extended military community including: casualty support, deployment support, discounts and rewards, and financial services, insurance and banking.
“This tournament really signifies the commitment LearningBrick has to offer to any local tournaments, events or charities that are looking for small businesses to assist in raising money for support.” – Glenn Reid, General Manager.
Sergeant Sean Nobles, I&M Crew Chief of the Canadian Forces Crypto Maintenance Squadron, values LearningBrick’s assistance and looks forward to working with us again in the future.