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Miroslaw Pala Named PCF Contingent
Marshal For Pulaski Day Parade

NEW JERSEY – On June 21st, 2014, at the Polish Cultural Foundation, Clark, NJ, Mirosław L. Pala was named the Polish Cultural Foundation Contingent Marshal of the Pulaski Day Parade. Mr. Pala serves as V.P. Business Affairs of the Polish Cultural Foundation. Professionally, Mr. Pala has been successful as a manager of a large construction company […]

New KF Tuition Scholarship Program
Available For Undergraduate Students

The Kosciuszko Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the application process for a special tuition scholarship program for undergraduate students of Polish origin. A $2,000 scholarship will be offered to 30 promising undergraduate students studying in the USA and pursuing degrees at the intersection of media, communication, political science, social studies, law, and […]

Whistle, Breathe, Launch

CANADA – Every athlete seemed to hear this pattern at the FINA World Series Diving 2014 that took place in Windsor from Friday, May 30th to Sunday, June 1st. This event, celebrating its eight edition, commenced on March 14th and was divided into a string of six cities in three continents beginning in Beijing China […]

Data On NY World War II Dead
Now Available Online

At New York Military Museum Website SARATOGA SPRINGS N.Y. (05/28/2014)(readMedia)– The names of more than 37,000 New Yorkers who gave their lives during World War II can now be searched online thanks to the New York State Military Museum and a dedicated cadre of volunteers. The information can be viewed online here: It can […]

America’s Civil Religion:
Presidents and Memorial Day

Throughout American history presidents have often used religious rhetoric for various reasons: to provide comfort and consolation, argue that God providentially directs our nation, celebrate our Christian heritage, defend democracy, hold citizens and the country accountable to transcendent standards, help accomplish their own political aims, justify America’s actions, foster traditional morality and justice, promote prayer […]

Storozynski Steps Down As President of KF

NEW YORK – The Kosciuszko Foundation has announced that President Alex Storozynski is stepping down as President to work on several books and film projects. He will join the Board of Trustees as a member of the Executive Committee. Kosciuszko Foundation Chairman William Nareski said, “Alex has done a great job as President and we are […]

Clifton Firefighters Helping Community
With Food Drive

NEW JERSEY – Clifton Firefighters (FMBA Local 21) are helping out the community this spring season with their annual Food Drive. During the month of May residents can drop off canned and non-perishable foods items at any of the six local city firehouses. The donated items will be packaged up and brought to a local food […]

Clifton Memorial Day Parade
Needs Your Support

NEW JERSEY – The Clifton Memorial Day Parade, a Clifton tradition, is being planned again for May 26th at 9 AM. The annual parade honors those who gave their lives for our country. Our men and women gave the ultimate sacrifice so the committee is asking for Clifton residents to come and show how grateful they […]

Wisniewski Joins Betty Dubinin
To Mark Anniversary of Sara’s Law

(SAYREVILLE, NJ) – Assembly Deputy Speaker John S. Wisniewski (D–Middlesex) and Sayreville resident Betty Dubinin are marking the anniversary of New Jersey’s Sara’s Law with a call for the state’s residents to participate in the next-of-kin registry created under the law. The law, which established a next-of-kin registry within the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, […]

How New Jersey Got Its First Subdivision

Had things gone differently, this state we’re in might have been called New Netherland, New Sweden, Nova Cesarea or even Albania. But we ended up as New Jersey, a name that honors the Isle of Jersey in Great Britain … and gives us our famous “Jersey” attitude. This year marks the 350th anniversary of the […]