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Sloneczko Society cordially invites all the children and their parents for a memorable evening for our 14th annual Christmas party. Sodas and snacks provided lots of attractions; music with DJ on promise and free admission. Gifts for children not included please bring your own. For more information or to make a donation please reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Come and join us!
The first Sunday in December is the traditional meeting with Santa Claus in Nanuet, NY. December 6, 2014 year instead of snow was massive rain downpour. That's why our guests come until Sunday afternoon. Strong wind blew him. Without the help of Tom Pogon, his company 'Arcadenfun.com' and Bill Wolf, Santa’s sleigh couldn’t move fast enough, the more they ran out of snow-trail...
This FREE Outdoor Movie Screening take place at large back yard with overlooking beautiful skyline.
Presented by Polish American Creativity Society For Children of Rockland County, Inc.a Not-for-Profit Corporation, public charity 501(c)3
Sponsored by Arcade N Fun and CodeSWI
This year, Memorial Day fell on May 25th. It was exceptionally beautiful, sunny day. Our small Polish delegation took part in the ceremony, which every year is being prepared by the Naurashank Post 794 of the American Legion and our local Nanuet Fire Department
Cassandra - called by us Cassi - is one of the Sloneczko Society graduates. Ten years ago, she belonged to a group of adorable little girls, participating in the activities of our Club Sunshine, as well as always worthily represent us, as a small Cracowian’s (in costume Cracow), on the New York Parades Pulaski.
On a sunny Sunday, November 23, 2014 year we went for a unique birthday. And so really we were invited to come together with family Helena-Urban Ciosek make a particular Polish accent to this momentous event.
According to already long established tradition, June 10, 2012, in the parish of St. Anthony’s in Nanuet, New York, there was an annual picnic, which was attended by almost all the parishioners, along with their families and friends.Interestingly, many guests also arrived from neighboring states.