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

Wednesday, February 16, 2011


The date for this event has been changed.  Details to come soon, as we are still in the preparation and planning stage.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Polish-American Heritage Month "Picnic"

     "At the Polish Friendship Garden, on the grounds of the Community Center, 233 W. Main St., Fort Wayne. View the new Polish Commemorative Garden, sing Polish songs, dance a Polonaise, have some kielbasa and play shuffleboard. Optional: bring a Polish or American flag, wear your favorite Polish or American shirt or wear red, white & blue."
     We erected 3 Polish flags along with some adornments of red and white decorations at the garden. October 3rd was a cold day and we were able to move the event to the indoors of the Parks and Recreation’s Community Center. I hope there was no confusion about this. This worked out very well and we had a great time.
     George Wilenski grilled Kielbasa, onions and green peppers which made the most excellent kielbasa sandwiches on Rye bread with plenty of horseradish! Cucumber salad, Mazurek, to name a few of the amazing good foods there. Met some new friends, sang the Polish and American National Anthems, Solidarity Anthem, Zeby Polska byla Polska, Sto lat with some wino czerwone, again a great time was had by all attending.  (Pictures courtesy of Gabe Delobbe, photographer FWSCI)