Why Should I become a member of the PNA?  We are a Fraternal organization, as you may know. But, what does this mean? How are we different? What does the PNA offer that I cant get some where else?  The answer is that as a Member of the PNA, you are considered as family in the PNA. Our Members are all part of an organization that cares about you. Assets that the PNA acquires goes right back to our Members, our Polish heritage, and what we represent and support and not lining pockets of big cooperates or any off shore investors.  We support Poland, all people of Polish descendent's, Polish-Americans and take Pride in our Polish heritage.
Next Lodge Business Meeting: July 15th 2014, 6:00 PM, ACPL Little Turtle Branch, 2201 Sherman Blvd, Fort Wayne

Monday, October 26, 2009


White Eagle Lodge website http://www.pna3149.com/

The White Eagle Lodge new website address is www.pna3149.com.  Our old address: "www.geocities.com/pna3149/" will no longer work as Yahoo GeoCities hosting closed on October 26th 2009.  If the new site is is unavailable, please check back later. We have been experiencing some server issues This will be resolved soon.  Thanks.

Monday, October 19, 2009


Visit of PNA Home Office, October 19th, 2009

Frank Spula, Nellie Wood, Jeff Wilenski, Jean Podzielinski, George Wilenski, Paul Odrobina

Holy Trinity Polish Church, Chicago, IL

Fort Wayne White Eagle Lodge Members visit to Chicago on October 19th, 2009. One of our key points of interest for our trip was to visit our Home Office. We also were able to enjoy Chicago’s Polish ethnic areas, restaurants, shopping and Delis which are not available in Fort Wayne. We had a visit to the Polish Museum of America and Holy Trinity Church. 

    Paul Odrobina & Nellie Wood in Paul's Office!              Paul Odrobina & Teresa Abick            

Friday, October 2, 2009

Wigilia Dinner December 12th 2009

Most Polish people would not think of having Christmas or the Holidays without having Wigilia. Wigilia is the most revered and cherished Holiday Celebration, abundant in tradition, customs and folklore. The White Eagle Lodge celebrates Wigilia each year, and we invite you to join us in the sharing of the Optlatek, exchange Good Wishes and Blessing in to the new year.
Lodge 3149 Wigilia Dinner
December 12th 2009, 4:30 p.m.
Aboite Township Fire House Banquet Room
11321 Aboite Ctr. Rd, Ft. Wayne, IN
RSVP (260) 432-2414

- except of one of our past Wigilias, "about 50 people gathered... for the annual Wigilia Dinner of Polish National Alliance White Eagle Lodge 3149 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Each place setting was decorated with three sprigs of wheat bound by a colorful ribbon symbolizing the unity of the Blessed Trinity. A special crystal bell resounded seven times to commemorate each of the recently deceased lodge members, for whom the empty place at table had been set. The meatless dinner consisted of salad, fish chowder, baked fish, pierogi, kapusta, several vegetables and sernik for desert. An important part of the program was conducted by Lodge President Stanley Podzieli├▒ski who explained the ritual sharing of Oplatek, the sheaves of grain in the four corners of the banquet room, the significance of hay and straw and other Polish Christmas customs and beliefs..." - from The Polish American Journal

Thursday, October 1, 2009


Polish Film Festival (view flyer)
Fort Wayne Sister City International
October 20th 2009
Fort Wayne Cinema Center

We have plans to see the Movie Pan Tadeusz on October 20th 2009 at the Fort Wayne Cinema Center.  Showing sponsored by the Fort Wayne Sister City International.  Last year's showing was the movie Katyn. Prior to the move was some social time with Polish food. Our Lodge sponsored an exchange student Marta Mazura and host family to attend.