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Passaic Polish American Cultural Center
Continues To Serve Polish-American Community
PASSAIC, NJ – The Polish-American Cultural Center of Passaic (Polish Peoples’ Home, Inc.) held its annual shareholder’s meeting on April 7, 2013 at the Polish Home. The shareholders received copies of the financial report, a report of the Auditing Committee, and a report on the activities by the President and the members of the Board of Directors. The shareholders showed their and confidence in the leadership of the President and the entire Board of Directors by re-electing the same slate of officers to another term with a unanimous vote. Re-elected to another term were President Mr. Artur Sroka, Vice President Mrs. Stasia Masny, Financial Secretary Richard Daszczyszak, Recording Secretary Mrs. Anna Bednarz, Treasurer Mrs. Anetta Sroka. Elected as members of the Board of Directors were Mr. John Budzinski, Mr. Zbyszek Dera, Mr. Louis Gill, and Mr. Stanley Trojaniak. Following the meeting a hot Polish Buffet and refreshments were provided.
The Polish Home continues to serve as the headquarters for many Polish organizations including the Chopin Singing Society and the Central of Polish Organizations which is comprised of twenty-four Polish Organizations. There continues to be dances every Saturday night with a live Polish band. The Polish Home also features a variety of entertainment from Poland including cabarets, revues, and musical ensembles. It is also the venue for many patriotic observances, educational forums, sporting events, and fundraisers.
The Polish-American Cultural Center is sponsoring a beefsteak dinner catered by “Hap” Nightingale on May 22nd at 6:30 PM at the Polish Home on Monroe Street. The event will feature all you can eat beefsteak, refreshments, music, and special guests. Tickets can be purchased from Artur Sroka by calling the Center at 973-473-6619, Lou Gill at 973-897-6639, Stasia Masny at 973-471-9125 or through any of the Board Members.
Also being planned are Friday evenings with Mr. Anthony Tabish of First Kiss Entertainment, one of the foremost entertainers in the Metropolitan Area. Admission will be free and all will be invited to spend a splendid evening of music with Anthony and his friends. More information will be announced in the near future.
The Polish Home continues to make available its many halls and rooms for various events. Please direct your inquires to Mr. Artur Sroka at 973-473-6619.