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FROM THE UPPER DECK

Our collective and individual responsibility is clear to every member: To protect the weak and needy by promoting and supporting humanitarian and charitable deeds.

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ACROSS THE FLAGSHIP

Against the Ebola Virus Many Seadogs across Nigeria, in the spirit of act over yap, took the fight to Ebola in a nationwide awareness campaign!

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WARRI MEDICAL MISSION

The 1st quarter 2014/2015 NAS Free Medical Mission Held at Ogunu Community in Warri on 31st October 2014. The mission began 8.30 am and ended at 5.30pm with 586 participants

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The Newsletter of the National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) 1st Quarter • 2014/2015 Sayle IS001 August - October 2014

F o r H u m a n i s t i c I d e a l s

supporting street children causes in nigeria Ifeanyi Onochie (NAS Capn) presenting the bus to Sally Udoma (President, Child Life Line, Lagos)

As part of its NAS Street Child Project, National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) donated materials requested by the Street Children NGO, Child Life Line, Lagos. This is in support of the good work they have been doing, giving hope and a future to street children since 1994 when it was founded by late Mrs Marion Sikuade. The donation included a Toyota Hiace

Bus, Mattresses and a gas Cooker. Earlier in the year, NAS members in Europe had donated a generator to the Non Governmental Organisation NGO. The presentation took place at the Child

Life Line residential in Ibeshe, Lagos State. Trustees, staff, children as well as old boys included: Sally Udoma (President, Child Life Line), Mrs Essie Gomes (Vice President, Child Life Line), Dr Jytte >> CONT. PAGE TWO

“ They have been giving hope and a future to street children since 1994 when it was founded by late Mrs Marion Sikuade.

Newsletter of the National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity)

August - October 2014

Nas flagship newsletter q1 edition august october 2014  

Nas flagship newsletter q1 edition august october 2014  

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