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Polish Women’s Alliance Heritage Event
A Tribute To Polish Women Poets
514gfbbqnxl-_sx333_bo1ILLINOIS – The Polish Women’s Alliance of America Council 27 cordially invites members and friends to a Polish-American Heritage Month event and luncheon at the Copernicus Center, King’s Hall, 5216 W. Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60630 on Sunday, October 9, 2016 at 1 p.m. (Free parking on site.) Please join us as we proudly celebrate our heritage, our history, and our youth. We will pay tribute to Polish and Polish-American women poets of the twentieth and twentieth-first centuries; observe the 100th anniversary of the founding of one of the oldest PWA Groups in Chicago, Group 211 Maria Sklodowska Curie Society; and award the Remkus Sochacki Academic Scholarships to two outstanding university students. Polish poetry is one of the great literatures of the world. It is acclaimed for its richness of language, reflection, and insight into the human condition. Americans may be familiar with the two most illustrious Polish poets of the 20th century, Czeslaw Milosz and Wislawa Szymborska, both Nobel Prize laureates; yet there are many other poets who deserve our attention. Women poets especially are often overlooked and not fairly represented in literature classes or in published anthologies. The program will consider Polish and Polish-American women poets, using as a starting point the newly published anthology of women’s poetry Scattering the Dark, edited by poet and translator Karen Kovacik. PWA Group 693 Vice President Barbara Mirecki will lead the discussion and two local poets, Joanna Kurowska and Lidia Rozmus, will read some of their poems. The program will be mostly in English, so please invite your American friends to attend. Selected volumes of poetry, as well as books for children and adults, in both English and Polish, will be available for purchase, courtesy of D&Z Polish Bookstore. Please join us for a memorable afternoon. A buffet luncheon with wine will be served. Donation $28. To make a reservation, call Antoinette Trela at 847-323-1005. www.pwaa.org  888-522-1898.

Związek Polek w Ameryce, Komisja 27, zaprasza na spotkanie “Jesienne popołudnie z poezją”, z okazji miesiąca dziedzictwa polsko-amerykańskiego. Impreza odbędzie się w niedzielę 9 października w Copernicus Center, King’s Hall, 5216 W. Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60630, o godzinie 13:00. Październik już od wielu lat obchodzony jest jako Polish-American Heritage Month. Miesiąc ten jest okazją do zaprezentowania osiągnięć Polaków i Amerykanów polskiego pochodzenia. W tym roku,

Związek Polek w Ameryce zaprasza na “Jesienne popoludnie z poezją”
Copernicus Center – Niedziela 9 pazdziernika 2016

Związek Polek zdecydował poświęcić to spotkanie twórczości polskich poetek i poetek polsko-amerykańskich XX i XXI wieku.  Część spotkania poświęcona zostanie jednej z najstarszych grup ZPwA, działającej od stu lat, Grupie 211 im. Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie, a przyszłość i duma naszej organizacji, zdolna młodzież zostanie wyróżniona dwoma stypendiami Remkus Sochacki Academic Scholarships, które tradycyjnie przyznawane są każdego roku.  Renoma polskiej poezji na świecie jest wszystkim dobrze znana, wystarczy wspomnieć Wisławę Szymborską, która jako jedyna kobieta poetka została laureatką Nagrody Nobla. W to jesienne popołudnie Barbara Mirecka opowie w skrócie o tworczości innych, również wspaniałych poetek polskich XX i XXI wieku tworzących w Polsce i na emigracji. Jako przykład zaprezentowana zostanie niedawno wydana antologia polskich poetek pod tytułem “Scattering the Dark” zredagowana przez Karen Kovacik, wspaniałą tłumczkę, poetkę i profesor na Indiana University/Purdue University. Będziemy gościć także dwie miejscowe poetki, Joannę Kurowską i Lidię Rozmus, które powiedzą parę słów o swojej twórczości i chętnie podpiszą egzemplarze swoich książek. Przedstawione wiersze o różnej tematyce — od poruszających najgłębsze tajemnice ludzkiej egzystencji po opisujące otaczające nas piękno przyrody — przyczynią się niewątpliwie do niezapomnianych przeżyć intelektualnych i estetycznych. Dzięki uprzejmości księgarni D&Z – Dom Książki w Chicago, do nabycia będą wybrane tomiki poezji i inne książki dla dzieci i dorosłych, w języku polskim i angielskim. Większa część programu będzie w języku angielskim. Ponieważ nie tylko poezją człowiek żyje, proponujemy w czasie spotkania smaczny bufet, wino i cash bar. Jeszcze raz serdecznie zapraszamy na to piękne jesienne popołudnie w Copernicus Center. Rezerwacje prosimy zgłaszać do 5 października dzwoniąc pod numer 847-323-1005. Dotacja $28. Za wcześniej zarezerwowane miejsca można będzie zapłacić przy wejściu.
www.pwaa.org – 888-522-1898

 

Name Day Party for Tadeusz Kosciuszko
NEW YORK – A Name Day Party for Kosciuszko will be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2016, at 6:00 pm, at the Kosciuszko Foundation, 15 East 65th Street, New York, NY 10065. The event is free for Women wearing white.  $15 Members/Students/Seniors, $20 General Admission. Space is limited. Registration required. Call (212) 734-2130. For more information go to the KF website: www.thekf.org Imieniny traditionally have been given a greater importance than birthday celebrations in Poland. On Oct 28, 1792, the name day for Tadeusz, Prince Czartoryski held a party at his palace for Kosciuszko. At this party, the women wore white dresses with black and blue sashes and tied their hair in ponytails with the medal ribbons. After Poland passed the May 3 Constitution in 1791, it was attacked by Russia, Prussia and Austria who wanted to stop these democratic reforms.  King Stanislaw Augustus created the Virtuti Militari medal to honor the Polish soldiers, such as Tadeusz Kosciuszko, who had fought to defend the first democratic constitution in Europe.  But the Poles lost the war, and the Russians demanded that these medals be thrown away. While the officers who received this honor took the medals off their chests, they sent the blue ribbons from these orders to their wives and girlfriends, who used them to tie their hair in ponytails.

 

Harvest Bingo
PENNSYLVANIA – Sunday, October 9 – Harvest Bingo, St. John Cantius Auditorium, 4435 Almond Street, Bridesburg section of Philadelphia, 12:30 P.M., games begin 2 P.M., cash prizes, buffet lunch, basket raffl e and more. Info call Terry Dombkoski, 215-535-6667.

 

Taste of Port Richmond
PENNSYLVANIA – Wednesday, October 12 – “Taste of Port Richmond 2016” Sample the neighborhood favorites from 11 of Port Richmond’s fi nest food establishments, Richmond Hall, East Indiana Avenue & Thompson Street in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia 6:30 to 9:30 P.M. $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Info call 215-779-8781.

 

Clifton’s Walk Through History Exhibit: Part Four
CLIFTON, NJ – The Clifton Arts Center Gallery presents “Clifton’s Walk through History Part IV: Last Decades of 20th Century /First Decade of 21st Century” by the Clifton Historical Commission and City Historian, Don Lotz. The exhibit opens on Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 and runs through Saturday, December 3rd, 2016.  There will be a reception open to the public on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. Admission donation/fee is $3.00 for non-members. The Clifton Historical Commission exhibit conveys Clifton’s story from the celebration of our Nation’s Bicentennial to the first decade of the 21st Century.  Photographs and artifacts provide a visual story and glance at the history of Clifton from about 1975 through 2015. Visitors are encouraged to share their stories of this era of Clifton history with the members of the Clifton Historical Commission; providing a path to Clifton’s Centennial Celebration in 2017. Gallery hours open to the public to view art are from Wednesday through Saturday ~ 1:00pm – 4:00pm.  Group tours are available by appointment.  For more information log onto the website at: www.cliftonnj.org or like us on Facebook. Please note that the Arts Center will be closed on Thursday, November 24th, Friday, November 25th and Saturday, November 26th to set up for the holiday decorations. The Gallery first opened to the public in January of 2000, and more than 40,000 visitors have enjoyed art exhibits and cultural events at the Clifton Arts Center.  The Arts Center is located on the grounds of the Clifton Municipal Complex, near the Well Road near the Well Water.

 

Visegrad Four 5K Run – Walk and Kids Run – October 15th
MARYLAND – Take part in a family friendly sporting event in beautiful Great Falls, Maryland and learn more about Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia – the four Visegrad countries known simply as V4. Unique medals for all finishers, toys and prizes for kids, refreshments, delicious European pastries and great fun guaranteed. The winners in different categories will receive additional honors and various prizes courtesy of 4F, the official outfitter of the Polish Olympic Team in Rio. The course is flat and runs through a picturesque area. The run will take place on October 15th at C&O Canal National Historic Park, 11710 MacArthur Blvd., Potomac, MD 20854. Packet pick-up at 7:30-8:45 am; official opening and warm-up 8:55; 5K Run and Walk – start 9:00 am; Kids Run (up to 12 years) 10:00 am; Picnic 10:30-12:00. Registration is FREE, but usual entrance fees for C&O Canal National Historic Park still apply, so we suggest carpooling. (No same day registration). Don’t delay – only 150 spots remaining. The V4 Run is organized by the Embassy of Poland in partnership with DC Road Runners and in collaboration with the Embassies of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. These four Central European countries cooperate closely with each other and are called the Visegrad Group (V4). The group was created 25 years ago during a meeting in Visegrád, a historic city in Hungary.  For more information go to dcroadrunners.org  No strollers on the trail –dogs must be kept on a very leash.

 

Clifton Firefighters Coat Drive
CLIFTON, NJ – Clifton firefighters are asking for your help to keep our community warm this winter. This year’s Coat Drive, organized by Clifton Fire – FMBA Local 21 Firefighters Union, will run the month of OCTOBER. We utilize the six firehouses in Clifton as collection points for the Coat Drive. Donation drop-offs can be made at any Clifton firehouse: Clifton Fire Station 1, 69 1st St., Clifton, NJ 07011; Clifton Fire Station 2, 7 Dumont Ave., Clifton, NJ 07013; Clifton Fire Station 3, 180 Mahar Ave., Clifton, NJ 07011; Clifton Fire Station 4, 144 Main Ave., Clifton, NJ 07014; Clifton Fire Station 5, 51 Brighton Rd., Clifton, NJ 07012 and Clifton Fire Station 6, 1202 Van Houten Ave., Clifton, NJ 07013. Do you have a coat that doesn’t fit? Or one that you just don’t wear? Donate your new coats, old coats, and warm coats for both adults and children to help keep someone else warm this winter. The coats will be cleaned and distributed to Clifton charities, residents and families in need. Sign-A-Rama on Van Houten Avenue in Clifton donated the signs that we post outside of the firehouses. Deluxe Cleaners on Main Avenue and Saveway Cleaners on Allwood Road in Clifton donate their laundering services before the coats are delivered to St. Peter’s Haven on Clifton Avenue in Clifton, and other charity organizations. If you can not get to a local firehouse, contact us for other arrangements. info@fmba21.org

 

Get Trained In Mental Health First Aid
NEW JERSEY – Sometimes first aid isn’t a bandage, or CPR or calling 911.  Sometimes first aid is YOU.  A person you know could be experiencing a mental health or substance use problem.  LEARN AN ACTION PLAN TO HELP.  You are more likely to encounter someone in an emotion or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack.  Learn how to help a friend, family member, coworker or neighbor in need. Get Trained in Mental Health First Aid – Take a course, Save a life, Strengthen your community!
Dates: OCTOBER 15 & 22 from 9 am -2 pm
Register: Mental Health Association in Passaic County 973-478-4444 ext. 110
Location:  Clifton Public Library 292 Piaget Avenue Clifton, NJ 07011
Cost of Event: $ 75 General Public, $40 Student with ID
MUST BE PRESENT FOR BOTH CLASSES TO BE CERTIFIED.
For more information visit www.MentalHealthFirstAid.org  or www.mhapassaic.org
Sponsored in part by the Clifton Rotary Club

 

Clifton Skate Day
CLIFTON, NJ – Come and enjoy a day out with family and friends at the 2016 Clifton Skate Day at Floyd Hall Ice-Skating Arena.  This event will be conducted on Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  The cost will be $5.00 per person and includes 2 hours of skating, skate rental and a candy surprise.  You must have a coupon to attend at the discounted price.  Pick up coupons at the Recreation Office, City Hall, 2nd floor, 900 Clifton Ave.  Floyd Hall Arena is located on the campus of Montclair State University.

 

Lecture On How Newspapers Reported Presidential Elections
MORRISTOWN, NJ – Join local historian, author, and Morris County Historical Society Board of Trustees member Peter J. Tamburro, Jr. when he presents “How Newspapers Reported Presidential Elections from George Washington to Barack Obama”, on Thursday, October 13 at 7 p.m. at the Morristown and Morris Township Library, 1 Miller Road, Morristown. The presentation is based on Mr. Tamburro’s extensive, personal collection of rare, original newspapers, spanning four centuries. These newspapers illustrate the historical development of election reporting, and therefore, represent a historical record of their time. Highlighting the presentation will be an original copy of the famous, erroneous front page headline “Dewey Defeats Truman” from The Chicago Tribune. This free presentation is in recognition of the highly anticipated 2016 presidential election, and is a collaboration of the Morris County Historical Society and the Morristown & Morris Township Library. Seating is limited; to make reservations please contact the MCHS at 973-267-3465 or, MCHSAcornHall@gmail.com. This presentation is part of the Jeanne Watson Memorial Speakers Program, a continuing lecture series created by the Morris County Historical Society in honor of Jeanne Hamilton Watson, first Executive Director of the MCHS,1980-1996. The newspapers, and other related original documents, will be displayed at Acorn Hall, beginning Sunday, October 30.

 

Oktoberfest Dining and Dancing Buffet
WISCONSIN – The Polonez Restaurant invites you to an Oktoberfest Dining and Dancing Buffet on October 8th and October 15th from 5 to 8 p.m. Come celebrate OKTOBERFEST during the Saturday Night Dining and Dancing Buffet featuring live music. In addition to the regular buffet menu, German dishes will be available. Make your reservations now 414-482-0080 or visit the website: www.polonezrestaurant.com  Anyone wearing Lederhosen will receive a shot of Jagermeister! The Polonez Restaurant  is located at 4016 S. Packard Ave., St. Francis, WI 53235.

 

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Harvest Festival At Lambert Castle
NEW JERSEY – Join us on Saturday October 15th between 2pm and 6pm on the North Lawn of Lambert Castle (home of the Passaic County Historical Society) at 3 Valley Road, Paterson NJ, as the Passaic County Historical Society ushers in the Autumn season with history, food and fun fall activities. Children can participate in fall crafts and games, learn about our local historic sites, drill with some Revolutionary war soldiers and much more. The day concludes at 5:30 pm as we read a version of Washington Irving’s classic story and sing some Halloween songs. You might even have a chance to meet the Headless Horseman in person! Bring your own blankets or lawn chairs. Recommended for children age 3-12 years. Free admission, donations requested. No Rain Date. For more information on special events such as this one, visit the Passaic County Historical Society’s website at lambertcastle.org or call (973)247-0085.

PHOTO: The photograph depicts Corporal Carra and his horse Baron of the Mounted Division, Passaic County Sheriff’s Department. Courtesy of Thomas Garside

 

Francis and the Sultan
NEW JERSEY – Sister Kathy Warren of the Rochester, Minnesota Franciscans will describe the interreligious dialogue that Saint Francis of Assisi carried on with Sultan Malek-at-Kamil in 1219 as they tried to end the Fifth Crusade when she presents Francis and the Sultan at a special conference to be held at Felician University in Lodi, NJ on Saturday, October 15, 2016.  Sister Kathy is a nationally known religious speaker and her lecture will include exploration of ways to build a different world where other people are not “threats” but truly our brothers and sisters. The event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and will conclude with a 3:30 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass.  The registration fee of $25.00 before September 24 includes lunch.  Late fee or registration at the door is $30.00. Registration before the event is encouraged because those who register at the door may not receive handouts related to the lecture. This event is sponsored by the Franciscan Federation of Region I.  The general public is warmly welcomed to attend.  If you are interested in securing a registration form, please call Sister Mary Virginia at (973) 473-7447 ext 114 and leave a message or e-mail her at sistervirginia@feliciansisters.org.

 

Open House At Mental Health Association of Passaic County
NEW JERSEY – The Mental Health Association of Passaic County invites the public to our Open House in recognition of Mental Illness Awareness Week. Meet our staff & board members. Learn about free mental health resources. Find out how to eliminate stigma. Thursday, October 13th, 2016 at 404 Clifton Avenue, Clifton, NJ from 4-8 pm. First ten people will receive a stigma free t-shirt. For more information call 973-478-4444 or email info@mhapassaic.org  The Mental Health Association in Passaic County is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The mission of the Mental Health Association in Passaic County is to serve children, adults and families affected by mental illness through support services, education, and advocacy. We are dedicated to increasing public awareness and understanding of mental health issues and enhancing mental health services in Passaic County.

 

Polka Dance
PENNSYLVANIA – Sunday, October 16 – Polka Dance, Stoudts’ Brewery, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown, PA. Music by Alex Meixner, 1 to 6 P.M. Info call 717-484-4386.

 

Witches & Bats Polka Dance
PENNSYLVANIA – Sunday, October 16 – “Witches & Bats” Polka Dance, Sacred Heart Parish Center, Cornwall Road & 419, Cornwall, PA. Music by Polka Naturals Band, 2 to 6 P.M. Info/tickets call Joe Yaklowich 717-566-5704.

 

Polish Lecture
PENNSYLVANIA – Sunday, October 16 – Polski Uniwersytet Ludowy Lecture in the Polish Language, Associated Polish Home, 9150 Academy Road, Northeast Philadelphia, 3 P.M. Speaker: Wojciech Budzynski. Topic: “500 Hundred Years of the history of Polish Swords.” Info call 215-624-9954. All are invited to attend. Free.

 

Document Shredding and Recycling Program At Lambert Castle
NEW JERSEY – The Passaic County Office of Solid Waste & Recycling Programs will be bringing its Confidential Document Shredding & Recycling Program back to the parking lot of Lambert Castle, located at 3 Valley Road, Paterson, N.J. on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain or shine. This program is free of charge to Passaic County residents, who may bring up to 6 “banker’s boxes” worth (10 inches high by 13 inches wide by 16 inches long) of personal  paper items to be confidentially shredded and recycled, although material can be brought in the container of choice. Material accepted for shredding includes: tax returns, credit card statements, old checks, medical information (no x-rays), bank statements, utility bills, computer print-outs, copy paper (all colors), envelopes, letterhead and stationary. Unacceptable material includes binders, plastics, overnight shipping envelopes, photographs, carbon paper, and non-paper items. Participants should be prepared to take with them the receptacles that their documents were brought in, i.e. boxes, bags, etc. after discarding their documents for shredding. According to Nina Seiden, Passaic County’s Solid Waste & Recycling Programs Manager, participants may watch their documents on camera as they are securely shredded and recycled by the vendor, All-Shred of Paterson, N.J. “This is a great free service for Passaic County residents to clean out those unwanted personal documents, knowing they will be securely destroyed and recycled. Passaic County is pleased to be able to bring this program to another area of the County and hope that many people will take advantage of this valuable service,” Seiden said. For further information, please call the Passaic County Office of Solid Waste & Recycling Programs at (973) 305-5738.

 

Birthdays & Anniversaries

By DJ Woflie

Happy Belated Birthday to Judy Fondly of New York Mills, New York who celebrated her birthday last Tuesday, September 20th.  Happy Birthday wishes from your Mom and Dad Don and Rita Rosinski, your Son Matthew and your Daughter-in-law Susan, your Grandchildren Kiley and Jakob, your Daughters Brittany and Jacqueline, and your Son Justin, the rest of your family members, all your friends at the various Polka Dances, WSOU Polka DJ’s Marie, Jacek and Ellie, all the members of the Friday Morning Club, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Bruce Zamorski (Bruce is the host every Sunday from 12 noon to 1 PM on www.Polkaheaven.com) of Linden, New Jersey who will be celebrating his birthday on Monday, October 3rd.  Happy Birthday wishes from your Wife Grace, your Daughters Victoria and Juliana, your Son Matthew, your Mom Bert, your Brother Barry and his Wife Theresa, your Nieces Alexa and Nadia, your Sister Beth and her Fiancee’ Tom the rest of your family members, all the members of the various Polka Bands, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Payton Leigh Robinson of Whiting, New Jersey who will be celebrating her 3rd birthday on Monday, October 3rd.  Happy Birthday wishes from your Mom and Dad, all your Sisters and Brother, your Grandma and Grandpa Marge and Jerry Robinson, the rest of your family members, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Mike Ziemski of Owings Mills, MD (Mike is a member of Charm City Sound Polka Band) who will be celebrating his birthday on Saturday, October 15th.  Happy Birthday wishes from your Wife Joanie, Your Son Adam, your Daughter Marysia, your Stepmom Marge, the rest of your family members, all your friends at various Polka Dances, all the members of the Friday Morning Club, Christine and the Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Fran Fierst of Manville, New Jersey (Fran is the #1 Polka Promoter in New Jersey) who will be celebrating her birthday on Monday, October 17th.  Happy Birthday wishes from all your family members, all the various Polka Band members, all your friends at various Polka Dances, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Gail Hutnik of Leonia, New Jersey who will be celebrating her birthday on Thursday, October 20th.   Happy Birthday wishes from your Husband Stephen, your Daughter Beth and her Husband Alan, your Daughter Fran,  your Grandchildren Annabella and Nicholas, the rest of your family members, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Jay Lochner of Balitmore, Maryland (Jay is a Polka DJ along with his Wife Janice) who will be celebrating his birthday on Sunday, October 23. Happy Birthday wishes from your Wife Janice, the rest of your family members, all your friends at Polka-Motion-By-The-Ocean, all your listeners on The Polka Jammer Network, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Birthday to Adam Ziemski of Owings Mills, MD who will be celebrating his 3rd Birthday on Monday, October 24th.  Happy Birthday wishes from your Mom and Dad Joanie and Mike, your Sister Marysia, your Grandmother Marge, the rest of your family members, all the members of the Friday Morning Club, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Anniversary to Carol and Al Michinski of Booton, New Jersey who are celebrating their 53rd Wedding Anniversary on Monday, October 3rd.  Happy Anniversary wishes from all your family members, all your friends at New Jersey Tranit Rail, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff,  Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Anniversary to Mary Ann and Edward Curtin of South Plainfield, New Jersey who will be celebrating their 58th Wedding Anniversary on Tuesday, October 25th.   Happy Anniversary wishes from your DaughterS Debbie and her Husband Rick, Donna and her Husband Patrick, Christine and her Husband Joe, your Sons Michael and his Wife Allyson, Eddie and his Wife Juti, Stephen and his Wife Sherry, Tommy and his Wife Sally all your Grandchildren Danielle, Auston, Mandi, Adam, Travis, Aaron, Ryan,  Thomas, Scott, (Twins) Faith and Carolyn, Luke, Michah, Caleb, Christine, Chase and Max, all your Great Grandchildren Hayden, Liam, Mason, Gregory, and Valerie the rest of your family members, all your friends at various Polka Dances, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.

Happy Anniversary to Geraldine and Victor Merinsky of Reading, PA who are celebrating their 7th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, October 17.  Also Victor Merinsky will be celebrating his birthday on Friday October 28th. Happy Anniversary and Happy Birthday wishes from all your children your Son Ronald and his Wife Jean, Your Daughter Reine and Her Husband Frank, your Daughter Kristin, all your Grandchildren Ronald, Stephaine, Thomas, Mary, Greoffrey, Jon, Thomas, Ryan all your Great Grandchildren Aidan, Alex, Brock, Jackson Victor Jr., Robert, Christine Jace Tyler, the rest of your family members, all your friends at Polka-Motion-By-The Ocean, Christine and The Post Eagle Staff, Joyce and DJ WOLFIE.