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Month: February 2016

Koncert charytatywny

W niedzielę wieczorem w największej polonijnej organizacji działającej na Wschodnim Wybrzeżu – Centrum Polsko Słowiańskim odbył się koncert charytatywny na rzecz poszkodowanych w pożarze Polaków. Okazało się, że na naszych rodaków zawsze można liczyć - około 100 osób wzięło udział w koncercie dobroczynnym, z którego dochód zostanie przekazany poszkodowanym w pożarze Polakom. Koncert otworzyła Danu...
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Extended Social Services Program

The Extended Social Services Program is funded by New York City Council; therefore, our services are provided completely free of charge. The program offers information, help and assistance in obtaining benefits in the following areas: Retirement Benefits Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE) Survivor Benefits Senior Citizen Homeowners Exemption (SCHE) Disability Benefits Re...
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Immigration & Legal Services Program

Immigration and Legal Services Program existing in the Polish & Slavic Center was founded in 1994. The focus of the Program is to assist newly arrived immigrants to adapt to their new surroundings in the United States. The main idea of the program is to provide legal services mostly in the area of immigration. The program activity and work is always related to changes in the immigration law...
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„Krakus” Senior Center

Krakus Luncheon Club at Polish & Slavic Center is funded by the City of New York, under contract with Department for The Aging (DFTA). Everyday, approximately 130 seniors attend our Club, which is located on 176 Java Street, in Greenpoint. They come to eat a balanced meal and spend time in a friendly environment. Lunch consists of soup, main dish and dessert. The menu is designed by seniors...
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John Paul II Friendship Center

John Paul II Friendship Center is located at the oldest Polish parish at Manhattan. It is finessed by Department for the Aging and has Polish Slavic Center as a main sponsor. The main part of services provided for people over 60 years of age is serving hot lunch for approximately 75 seniors daily. Program provides many cultural and educational activities as well. Seniors, in pleasant atmospher...
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English Classes

English as a Second Language courses at Polish-Slavic Center are aimed at immigrants of Slavic origin as well as all Slavic visitors to the United States. Throughout the recent years, our students came from Poland, Belarus, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. Our ESL Program provides the possibility of learning English in a friendly atmosphere created by our excellent staff. Our teachers ...
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Fencing Club

Fencing at the Polish & Slavic Center has been practiced since September 2002. Fencing is the art of practice of attack and defense with the sword. It is one of the four sports which have been featured at every one of the modern Olympic Games. Fencing at the Polish & Slavic Center has been practiced since September 2002. It is designed for children ages 5-16. Trainees meet every Friday at...
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Table Tennis Club

Table tennis, also known as ping-pong, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight, hollow ball back and forth using table tennis rackets. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net. Except for the initial serve, players must allow a ball played toward them only one bounce on their side of the table and must return it so that it bounces on the opposite side. Points are sc...
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Computer Course

This course is for beginners who wish to acquire knowledge and skills using the Microsoft Windows 7, and basic Microsoft Office program that is Microsoft Word.

The aim of the training is to provide knowledge and skills to work freely in the Microsoft Windows environment, using Microsoft Word for editing and printing simple documents. The training also provides the requisite knowledge base for use...
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