of the Polish National Alliance
Celebrating our second century of Brotherhood and Service.
1050th Anniversary of the
Christianization of Poland ...
In 966 Prince Mieszko I married Princess Dobrawa of Bohemia, and was baptized,. This event created and defined the Polish Nation. 2016 marks the 1050th Anniversary of Poland's Christianity.
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For information about Chicago's observances of this event, click here.
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Polish Constitution Day ...
Polish Constitution Day Parade .....
May General Meeting
Wednesday, May 18, 2016.
Our guest speaker will be Mr. Piotr Wolodkowicz of the Polish Arts Club of Chicago, which is celebrating its 90th Anniversary this year. who will speak about the history and activities of the Club,
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2nd Annual Fishing Derby
Saturday, May 7
Hotel Allegro, Chicago
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Our new member ...
Congratulations to Brother Martin Obrecki, who was inducted into the Chicago Society on April 20, 2016. Brother Obrecki is currently the president of the Polish American Polish Association (PAPA). His sponsors are Brothers Topczewski and Makarewicz.
Martin Obrecki takes the oath of membership, administered by Director of Personnel Brother Peter Dykas.
May 3 marks the 225th anniversary of the ratification of Poland's Constitution of 1791, the first democratic constitution in Europe and second in the world only to the United States Constitution, In fact, it was modeled after the Constitution of the United States of America, ratified just a few years earlier. or more information about this historic even, click here.
Chicago's Polonia has celebrated Poland's Constitution of May 3, 1791, for 125 years. It is the largest Polish parade outside of Poland. This year's Parade will be held on Saturday, May 7; it will march down State Street, starting at Lake Street and ending at Van Buren.
Traditionally, the Chicago Society participates in the Parade. All members and their families are invited to join our unit. Preferred attire for the marchers is gray slacks, dark jacket, red tie and white shirt. A business suit is certainly acceptable.
We are Unit 37 in Group 2. Please join us in showing our Polish Pride!
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