Nov 29, 2018
On Tuesday, November 13th, 2018, Heritage NL folklorist Dale
Jarvis interviewed special guests Darlene Redmond and Michael
Pretty at the Annex, Admiralty House Communications Museum, as part
of a live audience recording of the Living Heritage radio
show and podcast to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the
signing of the Armistice.
Darlene Redmond is an artist who has always had a keen
interest in history and war. She admires the care and dedication
given by the people of this province in preserving the history of
the Royal Newfoundland Regiment and created the series to
contribute to a proud legacy. She lives with her husband and
children in Mount Pearl. Darlene's work will be featured in
Admiralty House's new exhibit "Armistice 100."
Michael Pretty is the founder of The Trail of the Caribou Research
Group Inc. (TCRG). TCRG is a not-for-profit volunteer organization
and a registered charity. Their mission is to raise awareness of
the accomplishments and sacrifices of Newfoundlanders and
Labradorians in military conflicts and peacekeeping missions over
the past 100 years. All TCRG initiatives are founded on values of
fellowship, inclusion and respect.
The Armistice 100 exhibit at Admiralty House runs until Nov