CDT Beekman and Noah Arganbright.JPGOctober 14, 2017
CMU vs. Toledo


Despite the rain and clouds that greeted us on Homecoming morning, Cadets from the Chippewa Battalion's Queen's Guard and Cannon Club marched in the parade.  A few cadets even opted to run in the 5K earlier that morning to benefit Special Olympics.  The Queen's Guard presented the colors on the field and at 1530 CDT Beekman and SFC Arganbright's son, Noah, delivered the game ball signaling the start of the game (pictured above).  The  ROTC's Red Leg Cannon Club members were responsible for firing the cannon at the football game - to begin the game and then again for each touchdown and field goal throughout the game.  Although Toledo came out the victors with a score of 30-10, a fun-filled, rewarding day was had by all. 

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CMU ROTC Alumni Chuck Donnell ('87), Janice (Clelland) Donnell ('87),

Brian Eifler ('90), Sherry Eifler ('90), Wayne Linderman ('89)