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PSFCU Honored As “Outstanding Organization”



The Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union was honored with the “Outstanding Organization” Award by the Polish University Club of New Jersey. Mr. Bogdan Chmielewski (in photo on right), President and CEO of the PSFCU, accepted the award from Mr. Casimir Drygas,  Ball Chairman, on behalf of the credit union. The credit union was honored for […]

Katyn and Smolensk Tragedy



NEW JERSEY – On April 6th, at 2:00 p.m., the Polish American Congress and representatives of Polish veteran groups will hold memorial services in front of the KATYN monument at Exchange Place in Jersey City, N.J. commemorating the 74th Anniversary of The Katyn Forest Massacre and 4th Anniversary of the Smolensk Tragedy. Hon. Steven M. […]

Carnival Celebration
At St. Stephen’s – Bl. John Paul II Parish



  Being very tired from the everyday routine, as well as the cold, snowy winter, we all try to find something joyful. Sunday has always been a very special day for family gatherings and celebrations for various occasions. And since Carnival was coming to an end, Sunday, March 2nd was a great opportunity to celebrate. […]

Assemblyman Giblin Participates In Rockaway
Beach /Queens St. Patrick’s Day Parade



New Jersey Assemblyman Tom Giblin and Business Manager of Local 68 IUOE was selected as an Honorary Grand Marshal along with Queens Borough President Melinda Katz to walk the parade route of the Far Rockaways in Queens (New York) in the 39th Annual Queens County St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Rockaways were devastated during Hurricane […]

Future of the Polish-American
Strategic Relationship



Following Secretary Chuck Hagel’s visit in Poland Jan. 30, the GMF office in Warsaw organized a debate on the Future of the Polish-American strategic relationship. The U.S. Ambassador Stephen Mull was confronted by world affairs journalist and publicist Bartosz Węglarczyk, in a conversation moderated by Michał Baranowski.  This timely event attracted a crowd of over […]

Job Fair Feb. 15th At Six Flags Great Adventure



NEW JERSEY – Six Flags Great Adventure, New Jersey’s largest seasonal employer and the largest employer in Ocean County, is hiring 4,000 employees including 200 interns for the 2014 season, which will feature the debut of the world’s tallest drop ride, Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom. The park will host a job fair Feb. 15 from 10 […]

Six Flags Great Adventure Will Offer 4,000 Jobs



Park will host auditions Feb. 8,  job fair Feb. 15 NEW JERSEY – Six Flags Great Adventure, New Jersey’s largest seasonal employer and the largest employer in Ocean County, is hiring more than 4,000 employees including 200 interns for the 2014 season, which will feature the debut of the world’s tallest drop tower, Zumanjaro: Drop of […]

CBS-TV “Two Broke Girls” Degrades Polish



I would like to bring attention to a character on the CBS-TV show “Two Broke Girls” named Sophie Kaczynski. A concerned Polish American friend of mine requested that I (and other Polish Americans) should watch this show to see how Polish people are portrayed in it.    It seemed the Polish character for the most part […]

Bill Puts The “Merry” Back In Christmas…



The “Ho, Ho, Ho” In Santa, and the “Happy” In Hanukkah and The Holidays NEW JERSEY – Citing the First Amendment’s right to free speech and the recent controversies in Bordentown and other municipalities, Assemblyman Ron Dancer has introduced legislation that will allow school districts to display holiday symbols on school property, include musical selections with […]

Kennedy Was Right: We Are The
Heirs of The First Revolution



“These are the times that try men’s souls: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered. Yet we have this consolation with us, […]