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Retired CCGA-CA Members

Over the last few years, many have pondered what could be done to honour members for their service to the Auxiliary when they retire. In the past, when a member no longer wished to be active such as when they became physically unable to continue or wanted to retire, there was no real position or place for them except to be put on the inactive list. This left them out of the ´family´.

Retired Membership is for all members in good standing retiring with at least 10 years of active service in the CCGA. There is no distinction as to rank attained nor to what function they had, be it SAR, Boating Safety or Administration.

Application

To apply for Retired Status please fill out the application form found in the Document Library and submit it as directed on the form



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