St. Joseph's Polish Society, Inc.
395 South Main Street | Colchester, CT 06415 | (860) 537-2550 (Phone)  (860)-537-2126 (FAX)
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Established in 1934, we are located at 395 South Main Street in Colchester, Connecticut.  We are a non-profit organization that has been serving the Colchester area for 80 years. 

We take great pride in our heritage and work actively in the community. We have many functions and events for both members and non-members. There is plenty of parking, and the hall can be rented for special occasions.  For the comfort of our guests and members, St. Joe's enforces a no smoking policy in our hall at all times, and restricts smoking in our bar during major events held at the club.  

See the
 Contact Us
 page for club and hall rental information.


The Falcon Newsletter
AUGUST 2014

CLICK HERE

Members
:  If you did not receive a newsletter via email or snail mail, please contact us at stjoespolishclub@aol.com to update your address

Next newsletter will be published November 2014

The 2014 St. Joseph’s Polish Society Memorial Scholarships, in memory of George T. Roman, past club Treasurer, were awarded to:

Emily Gagnon

Jordan Spalla

Justin Spalla

Shelby Tallman

Parker Dimmock

Alexa Gagosz

Aisna Gonzalez                 

Steven Kardys, Jr.

Matthew Scheidel


Congratulations to all the scholarship recipients.  Good luck with your
continued education.
ST. JOSEPH'S POLISH
SOCIETY, INC.


EXECUTIVE BOARD:

President:  Frank Zeleznicky
Vice-President:  Thomas Grzeika
Treasurer:  John Bogush
Recording Secretary:  Mike Hajdun
Financial Secretary:  Janek Gadomski

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Terry Dominick    
Don Hibbert    
Don Rahl    Ron Carrero
Ed Taranto    Frank Palmer    
Tony Tarnowski
Butch Przekopski    Joe Kabara

LADIES AUXILIARY

President:  Stella Ploszaj
Vice-President:  Virginia (Ginni) Dominick
Secretary:  Wanda Mrowka
Treasurer:  Dorothy Mrowka




MEET OUR BAR STAFF

SANDY, JESSICA
CAROL, ASHLEY
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...AND MIKE!!

ST. JOE'S MEMBERSHIP
COMMUNITY NEWS, AWARDS, RECOGNITION
and CELEBRATIONS



BRIAN CATON Receives Lions Club Award

At a recent Colchester Lions Club awards dinner, BRIAN CATON, received the Ambassador of Sight Award, one of the club's highest honors. It symbolizes the attributes of generosity, compassion and concern for others through humanitarian service. Members who receive this award are held in high esteem by other Lions' members for their unselfish work above and beyond what is expected. Brian was honored for his work as Chairman of several Colchester Lions Club events including the Breakfast on the Green, and the annual Carnival, which is the club's largest fundraiser. 
 
Lions International was founded for the purpose of serving others, and in doing so, makes our world a better place. In the 1990's, the Lions of Connecticut established several Low Vision Centers in Connecticut that evaluate support, and rehabilitate citizens. These services do not duplicate any other forms of services, and are performed free to clients. The Lions Club Members of Connecticut are dedicated to helping the blind and sight impaired through thousands of projects.

Congratulations, Brian!



     

CONTACT LINDA GRZEIKA (grzeika@me.com) WITH YOUR GREAT NEWS! 
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