HOLY NAME CADET JACKET INFORMATION
The Holy Name Cadet jackets illustrated here are available for order.
69 Thomas Street
Clifton, NJ 07013
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Only checks or money orders will be accepted for payment. Please make them out
to "Garfield Cadets Alumni". These beautiful jackets were designed by Cadet Vic
Jaskot, 1948-60. The jackets are summer-weight, and are available to anyone in
the Cadet Family wishing to have one.
Several Cadets have asked if name variations are available. Weīre currently
considering that possibility. The jackets were originally designed to be visible
reminders of the Cadetīs historical base. As we prepare for our official 75th
anniversary (and unofficial 92nd anniversary if you count the 1917 corps); we
wanted the drum corps public to be reminded that the Cadets have nearly 75 years
of proud history (ALL Cadets, past-present-future, are Holy Name Cadets).
The jackets appear to be somewhat smaller than their tag size indicates. We
suggest that you consider ordering one size larger than you might ordinarily
order. Childrenīs sizes are not currently available. Shipping and handling will
be a flat fee (domestic only). Orders are held until 12 orders are received (per
request of our supplier). Once the order has been placed the jackets will be
delivered usually within two weeks.
We respectfully request that you wear the jacket with the dignity and honor it
deserves. It is your jacket to do with as you wish; but loading it up with an
over-abundance of pins, patches, or anything else, would run contrary to our
proud Cadet image. Cadets are offered the additional option of having their
names and years-marched embroidered on the right front of your jacket. The
original Holy Name crest is on the left side, over the heart. This option is
available to CADETS ONLY (all Cadets, past and present). If you wish to take
advantage of this option please provide the name you wish used, and the dates
you marched in the following format: Joe Cadet 1950-58.