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10.23.2018

Scott Stringer Celebrates Polish Heritage in Greenpoint

On Friday, Oct. 12, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer hosted elected officials, community leaders and guests at the Polish Heritage Breakfast held at the Polish & Slavic Center at 177 Kent St. in Greenpoint.

Bozena Kaminski, president and CEO of the Polish & Slavic Center, welcomed guests and introduced Stringer.

Stringer recognized several Polish-American community honorees at the breakfast, praising them as “prominent and caring leaders who help people throughout the community.”

He was joined by Assemblymember Joseph Lentol (D-North Brooklyn) and District 33 City Councilmember Stephen Levin (Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown), district representative for U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, and Mateusz Gmura, consulate of the Republic of Poland in New York.

The Polish & Slavic Center (PSC), is a nonprofit social and cultural services organization that was founded in 1972. The organization primarily serves the Polish-American community. With more than 35,000 members, PSC is the largest Polish-American organization on the East Coast.

Presently the organization has two locations in Greenpoint, at 177 Kent St. and at 176 Java St. The center receives annual sponsorship funds from the city for programs that provide thousands of services to its members free of charge.

Additionally, PSC hosts a number of cultural and social events, provides Meals on Wheels for low-income seniors and offers scholarships for deserving students.

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