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Calendar Listings 2-12-14
Polish Heritage Association of Maryland Meeting
MARYLAND – The first monthly meeting of The Polish Heritage Association of Maryland, Inc. will be held on Sunday, February 16th. Note: The monthly meetings and programs will be moved from Holy Rosary Church’s undercroft to the more spacious hall/auditorium of Cristo Rey High School, 420 S. Chester St., Baltimore, MD 21231-2729. Please come and join us! Doors open at 2:30: general meeting starts at 3:00, reception to follow. www.pha-md.org
Kosciuszko Ball & Selection of Miss Polonia 2014
NEW JERSEY – The Central of Polish Organizations of Passaic, Clifton & Vicinity will hold its 77th Annual Kosciuszko Ball & Selection of Miss Polonia 2014 on Saturday, February 15th at the Polish-American Cultural Center (Polish People’s Home), 1-3 Monroe St., Passaic. Music by “Kaskada” Band. Semi-formal dress required. For more information and ticket price contact Krystyna 973-779-0077.
Pre-Lenten Celebration “Maslenitsa”
NEW JERSEY – The Assumption of The Holy Virgin Orthodox Church will hold its’ Annual Pre-Lenten Celebration “Maslenitsa” on Sunday, February 23rd from 3 to 8 p.m. in the church hall. The event will feature music and dancing by The Family Polka Band. Ethnic buffet, raffles and much more. For more information & tickets, contact Donna 973-365-1473. Tickets are limited, so make your reservations early. Tickets will not be sold at the door. The church is located at 35 Orange Ave., Clifton, N.J.
Breakfast At The Post
NEW JERSEY – On Sunday, March 2nd, from 8 to 11 a.m., the V.F.W. Post 7165 on 491 Valley Rd., Clifton will be serving PANCAKES – Chocolate Chip, Blueberry or Apple toppings, hot syrup and butter and/or 3 eggs any style with bacon, sausage, taylor ham, home fries, toast, orange juice, coffee, tea, milk and cake. “OPEN TO THE PUBLIC”. Donation $6.00. Bring the family… children 12 years and under eat FREE! For more information call 973-523-9762.
Bus Trip To Mt. Airy Lodge
NEW JERSEY – On Monday, March 3, come and enjoy a day at the beautiful Mt. Airy Lodge and Casino with the Rosary Confraternity of Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Church. The bus will leave from in front of the church at 9:00 a.m. sharp, returning at approximately 5:30 p.m. The price includes bus transportation, a $25.00 free slots play, and a $10.00 food voucher. Payment is due when the reservation is booked. Checks should be made payable to “MSH ROSARY CONFRATERNITY”, along with your name, address, phone number, number of reservations and dropped off or mailed to the rectory at 127 Paterson Avenue, Wallington 07057. Note: Guests must present valid state or federal issued photo id in order to obtain their Mt. Airy Players Club Card or any motor coach incentive. For information, call Ginny Topolski at 201-715-2087.
MARYLAND – The National Katyn Memorial Foundation invites all to the Fourteenth Annual Katyn Remembrance which will be held on Sunday, April 6th in Baltimore. Program: 10:30 am Mass at Holy Rosary Church, 408 S. Chester St., Baltimore; 11:45 am Coffee/Pastry reception in Holy Rosary Church undercroft; 1:00 pm Ceremonies at the National Katyn Memorial, Baltimore Harbor East at Katyn Circle, 600 block of President St. (at Aliceanna St.), Baltimore. For more information contact the chairman, Richard P. Poremski 410-960-6890 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org – www.katynbaltimore.com
Attention Polka Enthusiasts
NEW YORK – The Hudson Valley Polonaise is changing their Polka Instruction Class schedule in 2014. Instructor, Richie Labanowski might ease a lot of conflict with children who were involved with school sports and other outside activities during school months. Hopefully this schedule will offer a better opportunity for those who would like to participate. This 10-week “summer session” will begin on Wednesday, June 18th. Children’s classes are from 6 to 7 p.m. and adults classes are from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Both classes will be for 10 weeks, through August 20th. These summer classes will replace both spring and fall sessions and will take place in the PLAV pavilion area. If the weather is bad, we will move into the hall. We hope you will bring your enthusiasm and take part in the fun and enjoyment these classes have brought to many. Email email@example.com or contact Richie at 845-258-4721 or Hilda at 845-294-9254 for information.
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Bucky Zamorski of Linden, celebrating his birthday on February 14th. Happy Birthday from your wife Bert, your children, grandchildren, relatives and all your Polka friends. STO LAT!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Ruth Buchanan of Toms River, celebrating her birthday February 15th. Happy Birthday from your loving husband Michael, your family, relatives and friends. STO LAT!
PENNSYLVANIA – Birthday wishes to Polka Promoter Ann Haas of Pottstown, who will celebrate her birthday February 16th. Happy Birthday Ann from your family, relatives, all your Polka friends and Jean Grabowski. STO LAT!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Bernie Goydish of Hillsborough, celebrating his birthday February 17th. Happy Birthday from your family, relatives, Fran Fierst and all your friends. STO LAT!
FLORIDA – Birthday wishes for Michael Walter Piejko of Kissimmee, on February 19th, from Janice, his better half, and all his friends from Daytona and Vero Beach Polish Clubs. STO LAT!