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Incline hosts JROTC challenge

Alyssa Flynn
Special to the Bonanza
Cadets stand at attention during the leadership challenge at Incline High School.
Courtesy photo |

Incline High School hosted the Annual JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge for the first time ever on Friday, May 30.

Cadets from schools such as Galena and North Valleys attended the event and participated in activities such as rappelling, orienteering and a ropes course.

The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District lent its mobile rappel tower to assist with the rappelling portion of the event.

Over 500 cadets were in attendance during the week including a large number of administration from the district. We also had amazing support the staff and administration of IHS. Cadets and Instructors from Incline JROTC also helped cadets from other schools with different activities.

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Cadets from all schools had fun and built upon teamwork, leadership, and making new friends.


 

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