Polish Genealogical Society Of America (PGSA) Will Have Their Meeting On Sunday, August 12, 2012, At 2 PM In Chicago; Program Title Is “Paderewski: Musician And Statesman” Presented By Richard Kujawa

Hi Everyone!

I received word from the Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA) that they will be having their next meeting on Sunday, August 12, 2012, at 2 PM in Chicago at the Social Hall of the Polish Museum of America located at 984 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago, IL.

Mr. Richard Kujawa will present a program titled “Paderewski: Musician and Statesman”.

What follows in Italics after the separator line is what I received from the PGSA describing the event of the day:

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PGSA’s Summer Meeting

August 12th – 2 p.m.

“PADEREWSKI”

Mr. Richard Kujawa, Operations Manager of the Polish Museum of America will discuss the ways in which Paderewski supported and encouraged the Polish Community in the United States.

 His talk will be followed by a tour of the newly renovated Paderewski Room, completed in 2009. The Polish Museum of America lays claim to having a collection of the most significant artifacts of his life: both as a musician and statesman.

 The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. in the Social Hall of the Polish Museum of America, 984 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL. There is a large enclosed parking lot adjacent to the museum

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Please mark your calendar for this upcoming meeting.  Doing Polish research?  Here is your chance to connect to the PGSA in Chicago and all of the rich historical items that exist within the Polish Museum of America.

Check out this wonderful organization and all that it has to help you in your own Polish research.

Vist the PGSA website to find out all about them and the wonderful resources they have to facilitate your Polish genealogical research.  You can find them at:

Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA)

Tony Kierna
Genealogy Coordinator
Schaumburg Township District Library

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