Message from Our
To: My dear ADPNA Family,
At this special time of year we look forward to sharing celebrations with our families, friends and loved ones.
This year proves to be a little different. The Pandemic has created Pandemonium with our lives. Many of you have suffered both
physically and emotionally in different ways. Even the latest tragedy of the scallop draggers, in peril on the sea has saddened us
However, we Nova Scotians especially those of us affiliated with the Navy have learned to be strong, to overcome adversity with
grit and determination accompanied by that special Maritime sense of humour. We stay strong and reach out to others in need.
It is in this spirit, that I wish to bring "Good Cheer” and encouragement to each and everyone of you. In time this virus too, shall
pass. I send you all good wishes for a safe and “Happy Christmas” and a better New Year full of good health and happiness.
Until we hopefully meet once again in the spring I remain, Your Patron-in-Chief, Anne Baker
|Those shipmates that don't have access to the internet are sometimes in the dark.
Give a Shipmate a phone call and let them know what is going on with ADPNA.
They will be glad you called and to know you care.
|W E L C O M E
|READY AYE READY
|ADMIRAL DESMOND PIERS NAVAL ASSOCIATION
|A BRANCH of
Lunch & Social
Royal Canadian Legion (#24)
|The Junior Officer
|Anne and Piers Baker
|Admiral Desmond Piers
The Admiral Desmond Piers
Memorial Scholarship Trust,
established by former ADPNA
Patron Mrs Janet Piers,
together with the ADPNA, award
Scholarships annually for Sea
Cadets enrolled in Corps
located in Lunenburg,
Shelburne Yarmouth , Queens
Counties and the Cornwallis
Roll of Honour
|Ships Officers HMCS Algonquin
|ADPNA ACTIVITIES ARE
|A Message from the President