NAVA 13 (1979)

NAVA flag 13
Hawthorne Inn, Salem, Massachusetts
October 5–8, 1979

Meeting flag description: The flag incorporates symbols to indicate both the meeting’s venue, Salem, Massachusetts, and its number, 13. Salem is famous for its 17th century “witch trials,” which the flying black witch, fimbriated white, represents. The colors of orange and black are the traditional colors of Halloween, the holiday associated with witches. The 13 stripes, seven black and six orange, complete the design and signify the number of the annual meeting.

Significant Event

The Captain William Driver Award was added to the Association’s awards and honors program.

Meeting flag proportions: 2:3
Meeting flag designer: Alfred Znamierowski
Meeting host: The Rev. John R.B. Szala

Awards and Honors

Captain William Driver Award: Robert S. Gauron