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Feb 22, 2024

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Tea and Sympathy?

Heck No! Just A Million Story and Photos By Bob Nesoff People collect all kinds of crazy things. Some, almost like a fetish, collect needles, other collect sea shells. But their only purpose is to satisfy something within themselves. How about a collection of more than one million (that’s 1,000,000), a one with six zeroes following it, tags from tea …

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Focus

By Bryan Golden Focus is the deliberate concentration of all of your energy in order to attain a specific goal.  A laser beam is a perfect example of the power of focus.  By directing light rays in one unified direction, laser beams can be constructed that will cut through steel. A light bulb is the opposite of a laser.  From …

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PRCU 162 Society Presents “An Evening With Frank”

The Polish Roman Catholic Union 162 Society presents “An Evening with Frank” – Frank Sinatra Tribute (Mike Kaiser) on Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 6 to 11 p.m. at the PRCU Banquet Hall, 1430 Oak St., Wyandotte, MI. Pasta dinner, beer & wine included. Cash Bar available. No BYOB. Advanced tickets only $25.00. Ticket deadline: February 16th. (Table reservations for …

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In Memoriam: Councilwoman Lauren Murphy

NEW JERSEY – Clifton City Councilwoman Lauren E. Murphy, 69, of Clifton, passed away on January 13, 2024. Born in Passaic, she lived in Garfield and Paterson before moving to Clifton in 2006. The Executive Director of the Passaic County One Stop Career Center in Paterson for over 10 years, Lauren had also been an Administrator for the Passaic County …

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Biologists From Bialystok To Help Reintroduce Lynx In Poland

Polish scientists working on an international project will conduct genetic research on lynxes living in Poland. They will recommend animals for breeding at breeding farms and for release into the wild in a specific area. A database of lynx genotypes will also be created.  Photo: Lynxes. Credit: Marcin Grzegorzek, Western Pomeranian Nature Society According to the University of Bialystok spokesperson …

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The KF Announces 2023 Lipski Award Laureates

The laureates of the 2023 Witold Lipski Award, honoring young Polish scientists for their outstanding contributions to the field of computer science, have been announced. At the ceremony held at SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Aleksandra Kujawska, Director of the Kosciuszko Foundation’s Warsaw Office, proudly presented three awards, collectively valued at 100,000 PLN (about 24,000 USD). The distinguished winners are: Dr. …

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Chopin The Virtuoso Concert Featuring Brian Ganz

The Polish American Arts Association is excited to partner with The National Philharmonic in promoting Polish music and scholarship for our youth by sponsoring the Brian Ganz concert. The “Chopin the Virtuoso” Concert at the National Philharmonic featuring Brian Ganz will be held on Saturday, February 24th at the Music Center at Strathmore, 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD. The …

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PNA Park – Lodge #513 Needs A New Kitchen!

PNA Lodge #513 Launches “Build A Kitchen” Fundraiser CONNECTICUT – Our beautiful new clubroom & bar at the PNA Park really needs a kitchen.  When we built the new bar, the kitchen was plumed for appliances, water, Ansul fire suppression system, etc.  Problem was that the funds ran out. During December 2023, Chris Ulbrich & I were down at the …

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