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Clifton Calendar

CLIFTON CALENDER OF EVENTS February 10, 2024 -Clifton-Garfield Elks Lodge 1569 presents AN EVENING OF COMEDY featuring Joey Kola, and John McClellan on Saturday, February 10th, 8:00 p.m. at the Clifton-Garfield Elks Lodge 1569, 775 Clifton Ave., Clifton. $30.00 per person. No children – adults 21 and over. Refreshments available for purchase. Absolutely NO outside beverages. Feel free to bring …

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Prepare for Christmas With The PMA!

Christmas Ornaments Workshop & Gift Shop Sale ILLINOIS – The Polish Museum of America will offer its annual Christmas workshop on the art of ornament making with several instructors on Saturday, December 9, 2023, at 10am-12pm. Workshop fee – $10 per person (includes Museum tour, day of workshop only). All ages are welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult for the …

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Beatification of the Ulma Family

Polish Family Died For Helping Jews ‘POLAND – The beatification Mass of Józef and Wiktoria Ulma and their seven children was held in Markowa in the Podkarpacie region. The service was presided over by the Pope’s envoy, the Prefect of the Dicastery for the Causes of Saints, Cardinal Marcello Semeraro. The Eucharist was attended by President Andrzej Duda with his …

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Polish Independence Run

Join the Polish Independence Run! Montrose Harbor, Chicago – The 5th Annual Polish Independence 10K/5K Run/Walk is on October 30! This USATF-certified, chip-timed course runs along the beautiful Lake Michigan starting at Montrose Harbor. All participants, including virtual, receive a runner’s bib, custom finisher’s medal and event T-shirt. Polish food (lunch included in the registration fee) and drinks after the …

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Penn Station Area Worsens Under Hochul

September 21, 2022 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on NY Gov. Hochul: The Catholic League’s offices are located directly across the street from Penn Station. No area in New York City has deteriorated more than this—it is the filthiest and most dangerous spot in Manhattan. Former Mayor Bill de Blasio did more to create this mess than anyone; the …

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Ceremony at Katyn Monument

NEW JERSEY – On Sunday, September 18, at 3 p.m., the Committee for the Conservation of the Katyn Monument and Historical Objects organized a ceremony in honor of Polish people murdered during the Second World War and the fourth partition of Poland, which began with the entry of the USSR troops into Poland on September 17, 1939. Many people attended …

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November Happenings

‘Write-Ins’ During National Novel Writing Month TOMS RIVER, NJ  – Have a story that needs telling? Ever hear, “You should write a book?” Well, now’s your chance. November is National Novel Writing Month. The Ocean County Library Toms River Branch will host two “write-ins” for aspiring authors. 2 PM Saturday, November 5 2 PM Wednesday, November 16 Join other scribes, …

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Piotr Biankowski “New York 20 Bridges” Swimming Challenge Tuesday, October 11th In Manhattan

Piotr Biankowski – an athlete and ice swimmer, a man with a heart open to helping others, the ambassador of the Polish Chapter of Ronald McDonald House Charities – is ready for a new feat! He is to swim an exhausting distance of 30 miles under twenty New York City bridges to support the construction of the third Ronald McDonald …

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The Katyn Monument Is About More Than Katyn

By Dr.  Lucja Cannon Recent struggles over historical monuments, such as Civil War generals or Christopher Columbus, remind us of the importance of history.  But no monuments related to World War II were challenged, except one:  the Katyn Massacre monument in Jersey City, New Jersey. It commemorates the killings of 22,000 Polish POW officers in 1940 by the Soviets who …

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