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MICHIGAN – Our Lady of Mount Carmel Polish Heritage Group in Wyandotte will hold a Pisanki Class on Saturday, March 9th. Class will be held at 12 noon in the OLMC Social Hall. Space is limited. Classes must be pre-paid. Call the rectory 734-284-9135 for more information and cost. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish is located at 976 John Paul II Avenue, Wyandotte, MI 48192. Visit www.ourladyofmountcarmel.org.
Teachers College Exhibit
NEW YORK – To commemorate the 125th anniversary of Teachers College, Columbia University, The New-York Historical Society presents Teachers College: Pioneering Education Through Innovation, an exhibit of photographs, documents, and artifacts from the oldest and largest graduate school of education in the nation, March 5th through March 31st, in Manhattan at 170 Central Park West, between 76th and 77th Streets. For more information visit www.nyhistory.org/exhibitions
PCHS Genealogy Club Meeting
NEW JERSEY – On Saturday, March 9, at 10 a.m., the Passaic County Historical Society Genealogy Club will meet at Lambert Castle Museum, 3 Valley Road, Paterson. After a brief business meeting, the program will be presented by Genealogist Melissa Johnson. Ms. Johnson will discuss how to take a break from researching backward in your family tree and begin “descendant tracing.” Learn how to trace all of the descendants of an ancestor, including those outside of your direct line, to locate living cousins. This lecture focuses on the value of researching forward in your family tree and introduces the resources and types of records useful for this increasingly popular type of research. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, or in the event of inclement weather, please contact the Passaic County Historical Society, 973-247-0085, extension 200.
Annual Chopin Concert
PENNSYLVANIA – On Sunday, March 17 at 2 PM the Polish Heritage Society of Philadelphia will be sponsoring their 46th Annual Chopin Concert at Holy Family University, Technology Education Center located at 9801 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia in the North East Section of Philadelphia. A reception follows the recital to meet the guest pianist. Guest pianist is: Krystian Tkaczewski, described as a Polish Virtuoso. Born in Tarnow, Poland and recipient of numerous awards. For ticket reservation please contact Debbie Majka at 215-627-1391.
Free Seminar On Landlord-Tenant Issues
NEW JERSEY – A free seminar, “Landlord-Tenant Issues,” will be held Thursday, March 7, 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 Scott Conover, a former senior staff attorney with Ocean-Monmouth Legal Services. 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. The Foundation’s seminar series is made possible by funding from the IOLTA Fund of the Bar of New Jersey.
Trip To Philadelphia Flower Show
NEW JERSEY/ PENNSYLVANIA – The Clifton Recreation Department is sponsoring a family trip to the “Philadelphia Flower Show” at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, March 9. This year’s show glows with the majestic beauty and creative genius of Great Britain and is inspired by centuries of British culture, culminating in the urbane design of 21st-century London. “Brilliant!” takes visitors from royal settings to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party; from rolling English hillsides to foggy streetscapes; and from sunny cottage gardens to the dark alleys of Jack the Ripper. View the world’s largest indoor horticultural exhibition, shop for plants and gifts, sample wines and spirits, attend special events and activities, and stop to smell the roses. Ticket price includes transportation and admission to the show. Lunch and dinner are on your own. All youth under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Trip leaves from in front of Clifton City Hall at 7:45 a.m. and returns approximately 8:30 p.m. Seats are limited and on a first come, first served basis. For additional information, contact the Recreation Department at (973) 470-5956.
GET WELL WISHES
NEW JERSEY – Speedy recovery to my brother, Councilman Matt Grabowski of Clifton, who is convalescing at home after surgery. Get well wishes from Mom, Chris, Ray, your relatives & friends, Lorna, and me, your sister Val & Johnny.
NEW JERSEY – Speedy recovery to my Aunt Stella DeLotto of Fort Lee who is home convalescing after surgery. Get well wishes from your family, relatives and friends.
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to John Kroll of Manahawkin, who will celebrate his “82nd” birthday on March 8th. Happy Birthday from your wife Helen, your children, grandchildren & great grandchildren, also from your relatives, friends, the Post Eagle staff and the Grabowski family. Sto Lat!
PENNSYLVANIA – Birthday wishes to Joe DeSanguine of East Stroudsburg, celebrating his birthday on March 9th. Happy Birthday from your wife Linda (Kozdeba), daughter Stacy, son-in-law Buddy, grandchildren: Buddy & Sabina, your family, relatives, and friends. Sto Lat!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Ted Harsaghy of Clifton who will be celebrating his birthday on March 11th. Happy Birthday Teddy from your family, friends and the Post Eagle staff. Sto Lat!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Ethan Galvin of Elmwood Park, who will be celebrating his birthday on March 12th. Happy Birthday Ethan from Chris and the Post Eagle staff. Sto Lat!
Jimmy Sturr Fan Club
BIRTHDAY WISHES to: Millice Theis, CT – March 9. Margaret Gotschall, OH – March 10. Gail Haderle, CA – March 11. Robert Salamon, CT – March 13.
ANNIVERSARY WISHES to: Ted & Charleen Pomaski, NY – March 13.
Pro Arte League Elects New Officers
NEW YORK CITY – The Pro Arte League of the Kosciuszko Foundation was organized in l970 by a group of women Foundation members to help beautify and preserve the public rooms of the Foundation House.
The Kosciuszko Foundation is located at 15 E. 65th St., New York City. The building was formerly known as the Van Alen Mansion, a lovely brownstone with a most impressive facade. Through the years, the Pro Arte League has purchased numerous objects with monies from fundraising events, and has also restored many paintings.
The slate of officers is President, Diane Barabas; Vice President, Teresa Wroblewski; Recording Secretary, Jadwiga Skrinski; Corresponding Secretary, Misia Laskowski; and Treasurer, Jadzia Barwick.
The next meeting of the group will be at 7:00 pm on March 19, 2013 at the Kosciuszko Foundation with light refreshments being served. New members are always welcome. Anyone interested in attending the meeting, please contact Teresa Wroblewski ata 718-659-1148 or e-mail: TeresaWroblew@gmail.com