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By on January 31, 2014

Breakfast At The Post!
NEW JERSEY – On February 2nd, 8 to 11 a.m., the V.F.W. Post 7165 on 491 Valley Rd., Clifton will be serving “Freedom Toast” – thick Texas Bread with Hot Syrup and Butter and/or 3 Eggs any Style with Home Fries, Bacon, Taylor Ham, Sausage, Toast, Orange Juice, Coffee, Tea, Milk and Cake. Donation $6.00. Children 12 years and under EAT FREE. For more information call 973-973-523-9762

Valentine’s Dance
MARYLAND – The parish of Holy Rosary (Fells Point) cordially invites all for a Valentine’s Dance on February 15th from 8 pm to 1 am. Location: School Hall, 408 S. Chester St., Baltimore (21231). Music by DJ Greg from NJ. Delicious hot meal, cake, hot & cold drinks. Sponsored by The Polish Family Organization. For reservations call Alina 443-540-4954 or Ania 410-961-3353.

Thrift Shop
– St. John Lutheran Church in Passaic will hold a Thrift Shop on Saturday, February 1, from 9:30 am to 1 pm featuring gently used clothing, household items and toys at very economical cost.  The church is at 140 Lexington Avenue.  For information call the church office at 973-779-1166 or Margaret at 973-777-0322.

Valentine Penny Social
–  The annual Valentine Penny Social sponsored by the Holy Cross Parish, Polish National Catholic Church, Ware, MA will be held on Sunday, February 9, 2014 in the church hall beginning at noon (12:00 pm). Featured will be: 5cent and 10cent tables with gifts to be won by attendees, filled baskets, pastry, games and an active kitchen providing Polish food and refreshments. Evelyn Mongeau heads this annual activity. A warm invitation is extended to our many friends in the area as well as those who live out of state. A wonderful opportunity to meet one other again and enjoy a pleasant afternoon.

Polish School Annual Dinner Dance
NEW JERSEY – The Polish School of Jagiellonians is celebrating 10 years of continuous and successful work with students. The school will be holding its annual Dinner Dance on February 8th. For more information contact School Principal Alicja Jachna 973-335-2783 or e-mail: The school holds its classes at Passaic High School, Paulison Ave., Passaic, NJ.

PUC Scholarship Ball
– The Polish University Club of New Jersey will hold their 85th Annual Scholarship Ball on Sunday, February 16th at the Royal Manor in Garfield with cocktails and fantastic hors d’ourvres from 5 until 6 P.M. followed by a superior dinner with open bar until 10 PM. The Ablemen Orchestra will play for your dancing pleasure and the PKM Dancers of Philadelphia will perform traditional Polish Folk Dances. Honorees this year are the Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union for the “Outstanding Organization” for their promotion of Polish culture and education and Casimir and Constance Drygas as the “Meritorious Member” Awardees for their efforts in promotion of the University Club. For information please call 845-268-7021.

Little Sisters of the Poor Present Musical Event
– THE AUXILIARY OF THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR presents: SUNDAY AFTERNOON LIVE with the Joe Caroselli Masterpiece Orchestra and Special Guest Appearance by the one and only… “Jersey Born” JOE PISCOPO. The event will be held on February 8th from 2:30 until 5 pm at St. Joseph’s Home, 140 Shepherd Lane, Totowa, NJ. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds benefit The St. Joseph’s Home.  For more information, email Joann Van Splinter at


NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to my cousin Maureen Buchanan of Milltown, celebrating her birthday on January 30th. Happy Birthday from Joe, your family, relatives, the Grabowski, DeLotto & Witmyer families, your friends and especially me Val & Johnny. STO LAT! \

NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to my cousin Marc DeLotto of Clifton, celebrating his birthday on February 1st. Happy Birthday Marc from your Mom, sister Loreen, niece & nephews, relatives, friends, and me Val & Johnny. STO LAT!

MASSACHUSETTS – Birthday wishes to Natalie Szufnarowski of Lowell, celebrating her birthday on February 3rd. Happy Birthday from your husband Stanley, your family, relatives, friends, and the Post Eagle staff. STO LAT!