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🌟 Important Information for Tonight's Mess Dinner for Cadets! 🌟Attention all cadets attending tonight's mess dinner!

Attention all cadets attending tonight's mess dinner! As we gear up for a memorable evening of camaraderie and celebration, it's crucial to ensure that our appearance reflects the utmost professionalism and respect for the occasion. Here are some important guidelines to keep in mind as you prepare for the event:

When : Today March 16, 2024 at 6:30 PM

Where : Centre socioculturel Alphonse Lepage

7905, av San Francisco

Brossard, Québec J4X 2A4

Dress Code: Tonight's dress code calls for the blue uniform, which includes:

  • Blue vest

  • Blue Shirt with Tie ( OR white shirt with bowtie)

  • Blue pants

  • Parade boots

  • Don't forget your belt for both the blue vest and your pants.

  • Please note that you should not wear your wedge and any medals or name tags for this occasion.

Hairstyles: Hair that extends below the shirt collar must be styled in one of the following ways:

  • In a bun

  • A single braid

  • Double braids centered to the back

  • Multi braids or locks, pulled back to the center of the back or equally positioned along the shoulder blades


  • Rings: You may wear a maximum of two rings that are not costume jewelry. Additional rings are permissible if they indicate professional standing or are worn as part of a set with a wedding band.

  • Necklaces and bracelets should not be visible.

Posture and Placement:

  • Keep your elbows close to your sides at all times and avoid placing them on the table. Silverware or glasses must not be played with during the dinner.

Silverware Usage:

  • Remember that silverware is laid out in the order in which it is to be used, with knives to the right of the plate and forks to the left. Follow this arrangement accordingly.

Bread Etiquette:

  • When it comes to bread, it should be broken with the fingers rather than cut with a knife.

Conversation Manners:

  • Never speak with food in your mouth or make gestures while utensils are in your hands. Wait until you have finished chewing and swallowing before engaging in conversation.

Requests at the Table:

  • Do not ask for anything that is not offered on the table, such as butter, vinegar, or ketchup. Refrain from making additional requests beyond what is provided.


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