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By on March 14, 2014

Free Landlord-Tenant Issues Seminar
NEW JERSEY – A free seminar, “Landlord-Tenant Issues,” will be held Tuesday, March 18, 7 to 9 p.m., at the New Jersey Law Center off Ryders Lane in New Brunswick. The seminar is sponsored by the New Jersey State Bar Foundation and is open to the public. Speakers will include Michael Gildenberg, a senior staff attorney with Central Jersey Legal Services (CJLS), and George Barrood, a landlord-tenant attorney based in New Brunswick. They will discuss moving-related issues, the New Jersey Anti-Eviction Act, security deposits, protected tenancies and the purchase and sale of rental property. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentations. Admission to the seminar is free, but reservations are required. To register or for more information on Foundation seminars, programs and publications, visit the Foundation online at www.njsbf.org or call 1-800-FREE-LAW.

 SJK Fish & Chips Dinner
NEW JERSEY
– St. John Kanty Parish will hold its annual SJK Fish & Chips Dinner on Friday, March 21st at the St. John Kanty Parish Center, Speer Avenue, Clifton. Continuous service from 6-8 p.m. (take out only 5:30-6:00) – Food by Thistle Catering. Mini Tricky Tray – 50/50 Raffle. Tickets will be sold after Masses and in the Parish Center office. Call the parish office with any questions 973-779-4102.

Polka Dance
PENNSYLVANIA – Sunday, March 16 – Polka Dance, Sacred Heart Parish Center, Cornwall Road & 419, Cornwall. Music by PA Villagers Band, 2 to 6 P.M. Info/tickets call Joe or Jeanine 717-566-5704.

Grandparents As Parents Meeting
NEW JERSEY – If you are a grandparent or kinship caregiver caring for children whose parents are unable or unwilling to do so or an interested agency or legislative person, you are invited to attend the GAP meeting on Wed. March 19, 9:15-11:30 a.m. at the Paterson Public Library, 250 Broadway, Paterson. In celebration of Women’s History Month, the film, UMI, will be presented by Mark Fisher, Department of Family and Community Engagement.  For more information or directions, contact Mary Osinski, Project Coordinator at William Paterson University via email osinskim@wpunj.edu or 973-720-3690.

Irish Night
NEW JERSEY – The Knights of Columbus #3644, 67 Hathaway Street, Wallington, invites you to attend “Irish Night” on Saturday, March 22, between 7 and 11 p.m.  The menu will include: corned beef, cabbage and potatoes, beer, soda, dessert, and coffee. Entertainment will be provided by Superior Sounds DJ’S.  Tickets must be purchased in advance—no tickets will be sold at the door. For additional information or to purchase tickets, please contact Bob Hatler at 201-390-6299.

Annual Chopin Concert
PENNSYLVANIA – Sunday, March 23 – Polish Heritage Society of Philadelphia will hold its 47th Annual Chopin Concert at Holy Family University Education & Technology Center, 9801 Frankford Avenue, Northeast Philadelphia, 2 P.M. Guest concert pianist is Magdalena Baczewska. Reception following the concert. Info/tickets call Debbie Majka 215-627-1391.

Ocean County Polish American Social Club
NEW JERSEY – The members of the Ocean County Polish American Social Club meet on the second Saturday of each month at the Manchester Firehouse on Commonwealth Blvd. at 12:30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on March 15th, at which time we will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a Corned Beef Dinner. We are seeking a trip coordinator to help take reservations for the outings that are planned for the year. Join us on any or all bus trips! They are as follows: April 29th, drive yourself to Lakeside Manor in Hazlet, NJ for a Polka Party from 11 am to 3 pm; May 15th to Platz Haus in Pomona, NY for a Lobster Fest; June 26th to the Taj Mahal Atlantic City for the Yakov Comedy Show, buffet and slot coin play; July 10th to Ocean Theatre for a buffet and show “Singing In The Rain”; July 17th, a Polka Swing Dinner Show with a one hour open bar; August 21st to the Mosaulu Schooner Restaurant in Philadelphia, PA for lunch and then on to the Sugar House Casino for a 3 hr slot coin play; September 23rd, Thomas Ello Winery and Casino with slot coin play in Philadelphia, PA; October 7th back to the Platz Haus for the annual “Octoberfest”; and on November 5th, Hazlet Lakeside Manor for “Jewish-Italian Wedding” comedy. Reservations are going fast for the December 3rd show at the Taj Mahal for Bobby Vinton and Jimmy Sturr. Call for prices. Reservations for all activities can be made at the meetings or you can call Ted Kessler 609-693-3887. All bus trips leave from the Quinn Hopping Funeral Home parking area. All are welcome.
– Submitted by Ted Kessler, President

Rice Cake & Butter Lamb Sale
NEW JERSEY – The Rosary Confraternity of Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 127 Paterson Avenue, Wallington, will be conducting its 10th Annual Rice Cake and Butter Lamb Sale on Saturday, April 5.  Rice Cakes and Butter Lambs will be sold while supplies last.  Please note that advance orders will be honored first! When ordering Lambs, please indicate whether you would like salted or unsalted. If you would like to place an advance order, please include your name, telephone number, time of pick-up, and what you would like to order, along with payment.  You may drop off your order at the rectory or place it in the weekly collection basket.  All advance orders must be received by Saturday, March 23.  Purchases may be picked up on Saturday, April 5, only between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  For additional information, prices or to place your order, call Ginny Topolski at 201-715-2087.

MSH Columbiettes 60th Anniversary
NEW JERSEY – On March 30th, the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Columbiettes Council 3644 will celebrate its 60th Anniversary.  The Columbiettes are a Catholic organization working with their brothers of the Knights of Columbus.  The Columbiettes are guided by the by-laws issued by the Supreme Columbiettes.  This year the Supreme President is Barbara Ann Luccarelli from St. Anthony’s Council in Butler.  The State President is Lorraine Noger from the Bay Shore Columbiettes.  There are over 50 auxiliaries in the State of New Jersey with Wallington being the oldest. During the year the Columbiettes collect new school supplies and back packs for needy school children, toiletries for the homeless, and tab tops which are melted down and the monies used to help Ronald McDonald houses for families of children with incurable illnesses. The 60th anniversary celebration will begin with a Mass of Thanksgiving at Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 127 Paterson Avenue, Wallington, at 10:45 a.m. and followed by a banquet at Michael’s Riverside Restaurant, Riverside Avenue, Lyndhurst. Tickets can be obtained by calling President Barbara Ann Lissi at 973-916-2014 after 10:00 a.m.  Reservations close March 15th.

BIRTHDAY WISHES

NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Ed Siepiola of Saddle Brook, who will celebrate his birthday on March 13th. Happy Birthday Ed from your children, grandchildren, relatives, friends, the Grabowski clan, and the Post Eagle staff. STO LAT! 

NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Mike Niemiec of Elmwood Park (leader of the Variety Band), who will be celebrating his birthday on March 14th. Happy Birthday Mike from your wife Carol, band members, all your Polka friends, and the Post Eagle staff. STO LAT!

NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Jadzia Barwick of Wyckoff, who will celebrate her birthday on March 16th. Happy Birthday Jadzia from your children, grandchildren, members of the Kosciuszko Foundation & The Polish University Club, relatives, friends, and the Post Eagle staff. STO  LAT!