ADPNA 2016 EXECUTIVE
Radm John F. Newton
President S/M, Verne Lunan
firstname.lastname@example.org S/M Jefferson in term
Past President S/M, Frank Wells
First Vice-president S/M, Frank Wells
2nd Vice-president S/M, Ron Jefferson
Secretary S/M, Al Cox
Treasurer S/M, Richard Moss
Master at Arms S/M, Steve Daubs
RCNA Director S/M, Verne Lunan
|W E L C O M E
|READY AYE READY
|ADMIRAL DESMOND PIERS
|A BRANCH of The RCNA
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|The Junior Officer
Next General Meeting
19 January 2017
at the Bridgewater Legion
|ADPNA Naval History Display
Was Held In
THE BRIDGEWATER MALL
|"For those that do not use the internet"
Give a Shipmate a phone call and let them know what is going on with
ADPNA. They will be glad you called & to know you care.
|Shipmates Receive Queens
Diamond Jubilee Medal
|Captain William (Bill) Quinn of the Royal Canadian Navy Presents
Diamond Jubilee Medals
to ADPNA Shipmates
|Maurice Legault is presented the Queens
Diamond Jubilee Medal by RCNA Vice President
Frank Wells. Moe was honoured with a life
membership to the ADPNA
|Shipmate Verne Lunan
Receives Queens Diamond
Jubilee Medal. Presented by MP
27 Oct 2012
|Shipmate Larry Truelove
receives Queens Medal from
MP Gerald Keddy
|CENTURY OF SERVICE AWARD.
Presented to Shipmate Frank Wells CD
RCNA Maritimes Area Vice president &
District "E" Commander for the Legion.
This award recognizes the 60th anniversary reign of Queen Elizabeth and the
40th anniversary of the Nova Scotia Division of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award
|Commodore Hawco D.C., MSM, CD Command of the
Atlantic Fleet is Presenting the award plaque
|Honorary President Radm John F. Newton
|Ann Baker Patron-in-Chief
|A Poem For Remembrance Day
“The Inquisitive Mind Of A Child”
Why are they selling poppies Mummy?
Selling poppies in town today.
The poppies child, are flowers of love
For the men who marched away.
But why have they chosen a poppy mummy?
Why not a beautiful rose?
Because my child, men fought and died
In the fields were the poppies grow.
But why are the poppies so red, mummy?
Why are the poppies so red?
Red is the colour of blood, my child.
The blood that our soldiers shed.
The heart of the poppy is black, mummy.
Why does it have to be black, mummy?
Black my child is the symbol of grief.
For the men who never came back.
But why mummy are you crying so?
Your tears are giving you pain.
My tears are my fears for you my child.
For the world is forgetting again.