Grand Forks NewsNewsRegional News New commander found for Boundary air cadets SHARE ON: Alex Alan, staff Thursday, Mar. 9th, 2017 Randy Frank and David Kerr are the outgoing and incoming commanders of the Boundary air cadets. The Grand Forks air cadets have officially welcomed a new commanding officer. Maj. David Kerr is taking over from now-retired Lt. Randy Frank, who will continue to work as a civilian instructor. Major Kevin DeBiasio with the West Kootenay cadet program explains not just anyone can be a commanding officer. //www.mygrandforksnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Kevin-Debiasio-3.mp3 DeBiasio, a longtime friend of both the new commanding officer and the previous one, says he’s sorry to see Frank go. //www.mygrandforksnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Kevin-Debiasio-1.mp3 Maj. Kerr will commute back and forth from his home in Penticton until a local resident can be trained to take his place. The air cadets meet at the Grand Forks Legion Hall every Tuesday, and welcome new members aged 12 to 18 from Grand Forks, Christina Lake, Midway, and Greenwood.