Citizenship is at the forefront of the Cadet Training and for 75 Air, Army, and Sea Cadets (from 10 units); it was an opportunity of a lifetime to demonstrate what impressive citizens they were last weekend at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights inaugural grand opening. Along with 6 officers, the Cadet volunteers contributed 500 volunteer hours at the CMHR Preview Weekend providing assistance with visitor services for those who arrived at the museum for a special preview of the National Museum. Stuart Murray, CEO and President of the CMHR greeted the Cadets and thanked them for their participation; expressing how the Cadet presence added such a professional image for the events of the day. Denise Bukowski, Volunteer Services Manager, thanked the Cadets as the events rolled to a close stating "There were so many positive comments from visitors and other volunteers, how impressed everyone was with the Cadets' professionalism, politeness, and assistance they provided over the weekend." WOII Debitsky of 177 RCACS was one of the volunteers on both days of the Preview Weekend. "I am definitely coming back to visit as soon as I can. This has been a very impressive event and I'm really glad we were part of it." CWO David Wall of 2295 Royal Winnipeg Rifles Corps said; "I am just proud to be part of history - as a Cadet - here today. I can imagine coming here 20 years from now and saying: 'I was here at the beginning. I had a small part in history."