A red, rectangle SAC banner decorated with the school crest in white. The banner has a written message from the crew along with their signatures.
A flight banner comemorating Old Boy Steven Dengler's circumnavigation by helicopter, The C150 Global Odyssey. Alongside with his father Bob and retired test pilot Rob "Dugal" MacDuff, Dengler became the first Canadian to fly 37,000 around the world by helicopter. This was done in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation, and they later recieved the Exceptional Air Sports Performance award from the World Air Sports Federation.
Alonside this crew, other notable Canadians joined the flight on the trip, including astronaut Dave Williams, hockey legend Guy Lafleur, photographer Peter Bregg, and HCol Gerald, grandson of J.A.D McCurdy, the first pilot of Canada and the British Empire in 1903.
The C150 Global Odyssey raised funds for the True Patriot Love veterens charity, and the Southlake Regional Hospital in Newmarket, one of Canada's leading cancer care facilities.
Written on the banner: "On July 3rd, 2017, the C150 Global Odyssey overflew Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck Nova Scotia on their circumnavigation. Crew: W. Robert Dengler, Steven Dengler '87, Dugal MacDuff, Peter Bregg, and Hcol Gerald Haddon, grandson of J.A.D McCurdy. This pennant was carried aboard that day and signed by all the crew. It also was carried aboard the entire circumnavigation."
Below this are the signed names of the crew.