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Apr 20, 2024

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NJ State Library Adds…

US Small Business Administration and NJ Business Action Center As Guests for “Grow NJ Business Strong” Trenton, NJ, March 21, 2013 – The New Jersey State Library is hosting a series of business marketing workshops for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to detail the many resources available in NJ to help businesses grow and thrive. The free, two-hour workshops …

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Hamtramck Health Hike

MICHIGAN – The Hamtramck Drug Free Community Coalition along with Hamtramck Public Schools will host the fourth annual Hamtramck Health Hike to celebrate healthy living and drug-free lifestyles on Saturday, April 27th, beginning at 9:30am at Keyworth Stadium, 3201 Roosevelt in Hamtramck. Anyone is welcome to join the fun 5K walk or run through the streets of Hamtramck. The Health …

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Zodiac Signs & The Word Is … APRIL

The twelve signs of the Zodiac are: ARIES, the Golden Fleeced Ram  –  March 31 – April 19 TAURUS, Europa and her Bull –  April 20 – May 20 GEMINI, the Twins Castor and Pollux – May 21 – June 21 CANCER, the crab that tormented Hercules – June 22 – July 22 LEO, Nemean Lion – July 23 – August 22 VIRGO, Virgin Astraea …

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Prelude To A Holiday

In case you haven’t been paying attention, before a holiday some people are “off the wall”, with emotions running amuck.  Staying in bed and pulling the covers over your head is a thought. If there is a full moon on or right before a holiday, “good luck”…it is a double whammy that could make your head spin and tears flow.  …

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Steven’s April Forecast

Aries – Happy Birthday! The Sun will continue to illuminate your persona until the 19th. Mars leaves your sign on the 20th and will enter the financial area of your solar chart. Projects that have been delayed will begin to gain momentum. Creative ideas and improving areas of communication can increase your earnings. As you continue to move in the …

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The Success Story of a Long Island
Ethnic Museum

Port Washington, N.Y. … As was noted at the recent ceremony marking the 35th anniversary of Long Island’s Polish American Museum, the growth of this Port Washington institution continues to rely on the support and generosity of New York’s Polish community in its planning for the future. One of such loyal and ardent supporters is the Downstate N.Y. Division of …

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The Saga of US-Poland
Missile Defense Cooperation

Missile defense cooperation stands among the most prominent dimensions of the strategic relationship between the United States and Poland.  Both Washington and Warsaw have been strong advocates of missile defense within NATO.  Poland has enthusiastically accepted US requests to base missile interceptors on its territory, and recently made the acquisition of air and missile defense capability its top military procurement …

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The Battle Over Pulaski’s Birthday

The Poles in America Foundation had planned to assemble at the U.S. Capitol to pay Polonia’s annual tribute to Casimir Pulaski on the occasion of the 268th anniversary of the revolutionary general’s birth, March 6, 1745. Contingents were staged to descend on the nation’s capitol from Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Florida. As with any plan, what …

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Piast Institute Launches New Survey of Polonia

HAMTRAMCK, MI – Dr. Thaddeus Radzilowski, President of the Piast Institute has announced the initiation of a new survey of Polish Americans in the United States in cooperation with the University of British Columbia.  The Piast Institute is a National Center for Research, Analysis and Policy formation on Polish and Polish Affairs and an official U.S. Census Information Center (CIC) …

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