Polish & Slavic Center

Polish & Slavic Center

The Polish & Slavic Center (PSC), it's non-profit social and cultural services organization founded in 1972 with the headquarters in New York City primarily serves the Polish-American community. With about 40,000 members the PSC is the largest Polish-American organization on the East Coast. Without engaging itself politically, the PSC serves the entire Polish and Slavic community. The idea to establish the Polish & Slavic Center originated in the middle of the 1970s in minds of Reverend Longin Tolczyk, who was working at that time among Polish-American immigrants in New York City and a small group of people around him. These ideas ...

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International Day of Friendship
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International Day of Friendship

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Krakus Senior is currently looking for volunteers!
26 Jul

Krakus Senior is currently looking for volunteers!

Krakus Luncheon Club at Polish & Slavic Center is funded by the City of New York, under contract...
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