Cycle captains needed Award of Merit Windsor Police Staff Sergeant, Maureen Rudall, has been inducted as a member of The Windsor Blind Tandem Cycling Club is a The Order of Merit of the Police Forces by volunteer-based non-profit organization for Governor General , David Johnston at bicycling in the Windsor Essex area. The Rideau Hall. The award was created in 2000 tandem cycling club gives blind, to honour members of the police forces partially-sighted, deaf-blind and fully-sighted who distinguish themselves by going cyclists an opportunity to share an enthusiasm beyond the call of duty in service to their for cycling, being outdoors and promoting a communities. healthy lifestyle. Through a shared love of cycling, the club builds community and celebrates the city. The club is in need of new, sighted cycling captains. These captains sit at the front of the bicycle and steer. The club has been growing in popularity amongst visually impaired riders in recent years, but the number of captains has not increased relative to its numbers. The group often takes part in the Friday Night Lights rides and other cycling events; without sufficient numbers of captains, participation is limited. Anyone interested in joining the club or volunteering can find more information on Facebook or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Mastercard Memorial Cup Champions The Windsor Spitfires have become Memorial Cup champions for the third time in franchise history but for the first time while hosting the games. Their previous wins came in 2009 and 2010. The Memorial Cup is a junior ice hockey club trophy and is presented yearly to the CHL champion.