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Poland Welcomes US Paratroops



24.04.2014 – Poland welcomed a company of American paratroops on Wednesday as the Russian-Ukrainian crisis continued to spread unease across the region. About 150 soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team arrived at a military airbase in Swidwin, north west Poland, and over the coming days, about 450 more soldiers will be sent to […]

Pulaski’s Birthday In Savannah, Georgia



Savannah, Georgia – March 1, 2014.  This year’s Pulaski Birthday Commemoration was held in Monterey Square, location of a tall marble column that memorializes the hero of two nations.  Ceremonies began with the customary greeting to friends and visitors delivered by Edward Krolikowski, chairman of the Savannah General Pulaski Committee of the American Council for […]

Exhibits On Women’s History and Quilts



Open At Luzerne County Historical Society PENNSYLVANIA – The Luzerne County Historical Society announces the opening of two new exhibits at their museum. She Rolled Up Her Sleeves: Luzerne County’s Women at Work focuses on the unsung heroines of our history—the women who worked hard but never get any credit. The exhibit features a new […]

Glazkov Dominates Adamek



Vyacheslav Glazkov dominated Tomasz Adamek in their NBC Sports televised main event in Bethlehem, PA. The Sand Event Center was packed to standing room only and favored Adamek.   Ukraine’s Glazkov (17-0-1, 11 KOs), a 2008 Olympic bronze medalist, was faster and stronger. The 30 year old easily won a 12-round unanimous decision. The win secures […]

Sex-Trafficking Survivor, Advocates
Join Rep. Maloney To Push For Pimp Tax Bill



Bill Would Sic IRS On Pimps, Traffickers NEW YORK – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney and several advocates were joined recently outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan by Shandra Woworuntu, a courageous and inspiring survivor of sex trafficking, who told her story in support of Congresswoman Maloney’s Human Trafficking Fraud Enforcement Act of 2014. The bill […]

NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey



Union College Celebrates Winning The ECAC In Lake Placid, NY GRAND RAPIDS–  Minnesota-State-Mankato won the Western Collegiate Hockey Association title at the Van Andel Arena over Ferris State 4-1.  The Mavericks were presented the storied Broadmoor Trophy from retiring Commissioner Bruce McCloud.  Minnesota State, freshman, goalie Cole Huggins was named tournament MVP.  He had 25 […]

West Point Celebrates Kosciuszko



NEW YORK –  On May 2nd and May 3rd, the American Association of Friends of Kościuszko at West Point will hold the 11th conference and 186th commemoration in honor of Tadeusz Kościuszko at the U. S. Military Academy at West Point in New York. The conference on Friday, May 2nd will be held in the Eisenhower Room […]

U.S. Senate Introduces Resolution For
“Jan Karski Day” April 24th



Washington DC – The Board of Directors of the Jan Karski Educational Foundation welcomed the introduction of legislation on March 5 in the United States Senate naming April 24, 2014 as “Jan Karski Day”, celebrating the legacy of the famous emissary from the Polish Underground during World War II who was among the first to […]

Nazi-Looted Artwork Returns To Poland



Thanks to the joint efforts of Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Culture and National Heritage a long-lost painting from the pre-war collection of the National Museum in Warsaw will return to Poland. The work of a well-known German artist Johann Conrad Seekatz titled “St. Philip Baptizing a Servant of Queen Kandake” was […]

Stoch Wins Two Golds For Poland



Kamil Stoch, 26, is now a two time gold medal winner for Poland at the Sochi Olympics. Because of his celebrity in Poland, he was allowed by the Polish Ministry of National Defense to use the Polish Air Force roundel on his helmet.  It only made sense and was a great moral booster for the […]