Pulaski Association to Honor 16 Outstanding Polish Women

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On Sunday September 10, 2017 the 40th Annual Pulaski Day Parade Banquet will take place with 6:00 p.m. cash bar and 7:00 p.m. dinner at the Millenium Hotel, 2040 Walden Avenue, Cheektowaga, New York 14225.

The Pulaski Association will be honoring sixteen Polish American women who have supported Polish American culture, heritage, language, churches, music and dance, youth and academic efforts.

The Pulaski Association will also honor with their Lifetime Achievement Award retired State Appellate Court Justice and former President of the Chopin Singing Society, the Honorable Ann T. Mikoll. This was announced by the General Pulaski Association, Inc. President Brian D. Rusk and Dinner Co Chairs Kenneth Graber, Joseph Rej and Jola Simon.

The distinguished Polish women and their community efforts to be honored include:

Michelle Kisluk, Polish Heritage Dancers, Wendy Higgins, Polish Cadets, Alice Rodzoch, United Cultural Society, Manya Pawlak Metzler, the Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble, Mira Szramel, Malgorzata Seternus, Urszula Golodolinska and Terri Rivard, Polish Saturday School, Christine Lukaszewicz Kibler, the Professional and Businesswomen of Polonia, Bernadette Pawlak, the Dyngus Day Parade, Chris Tanski, the Buffalo Polka Boosters, Maria Zielinska,  and Monika Zmijewska, Podhale, Lisa Florczak, the Rodzina Dancers at the Polish Cadets and Amy Smardz, the Adam Mickiewicz Library.

The cost is $40 per person, $75 per couple and $375 per table of ten. Checks payable to Pulaski Assn. should be mailed to Treasurer Edward J. Reska, Jr., 4654 Kingswood La., Hamburg, New York 14075.

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