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2020 Census and Annual Election

Given the “Safer at Home Order” prohibiting all nonessential travel in Wisconsin through April 24, 2020

ELECTION MEETING
scheduled for April 18, 2020
is now postponed
 until further notice 

The meeting will be rescheduled (with at least 2 weeks notice) after the order is lifted and a room for us to meet in the Polish Center of Wisconsin becomes available. 

  CLAIM YOUR
POLISH ANCESTRY
in the 2020 CENSUS

The 2020 Census is already underway and ALL people living in the United States are required by law to respond.

Since census questionnaire asks respondents about their ancestry, Polish Americans are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to get counted, and subsequently, to benefit from the demonstrated strength of Polish community and impact its future.

Here are some helpful points about responding to and claiming Polish roots in the 2020 Census:2020 Do You Know Poland

  • The person filling out the questionaire needs to enter “POLISH” on line 9 of the form and on line 7 of forms for every other person of Polish descent living in the household.
  • April 1, 2020 is Census Day, i.e. the reference date for the 2020 Census (important in case of moving from one place to another or changing family size around this time).
  • You can respond by mail, phone or online. The online questionnaire and phone service are available in Polish. Click here for sample questionnaire, important dates and information about special circumstances.
  • Your information and privacy are protected based on Title 13 of the United States Code.

2020 revision of the booklet
2020 Do You Know Poland

* Why is claiming your Polish descent
in 2020 Census so important?

Data from Census 2020 will help to adjust the boundaries of electoral districts, determine the number of seats each state has in Congress and make elected officials to take into account interests and concerns of Polish Americans as an important voting bloc. It will also determine the distribution of federal funds spent every year on hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads and various public services. On local levels, lawmakers, business owners, teachers and many organizations use census data to gear the services, products and support they provide to the specific needs of well-defined groups in local communities.

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Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 Newsletter No Comments

Flavor of Poland (Update 3)

If needed to print or share with others,
click here for the PDF version of this update

FLAVOR OF POLAND

episode trailers ◄       ► recipes

The airing of this culinary/travel series that began in Milwaukee viewing area on January 13, 2020 was interrupted because of PBS fundraising programs taking normal FOP programming timeslots.

The airing resumes on March 21, 2020.


Here is the schedule for weekly broadcasts through May 24, 2020:

Wrocław (episode 8)
Saturday, March 21, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, March 22, 10:00 am on WMVT

Poznań, Gniezno (episode 9)
Saturday, March 28, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, March 29, 10:00 am on WMVT

Toruń (episode 10)
Saturday, April 4, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, April 5, 10:00 am on WMVT

Kielce (episode 11)
Saturday, April 11, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, April 12, 10:00 am on WMVT

Lublin (episode 12)
Saturday, April 18, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, April 19, 10:00 am on WMVT

Zakopane (episode 13)
Saturday, May 2, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, May 3, 10:00 am on WMVT

Kraków (episode 1)
Saturday, May 8, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, May 9, 10:00 am on WMVT

Warsaw (episode 2)
Saturday, May 16, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, May 17, 10:00 am on WMVT

Rzeszów (episode 3)
Saturday, May 23, 03:30 pm on WMVS and Sunday, May 24, 10:00 am on WMVT

Check the Flavor of Poland website for episode trailers, recipes,
informational materials about all regions of Poland and more.

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Thursday, March 19th, 2020 Newsletter No Comments

2020 Copernicus, Banach & Enigma talk

2020 Copernicus et al

POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS WI Division
invites all to


COPERNICUS, BANACH and ENIGMA
VISITING KRAKÓW (POLAND) in the
YEAR OF MATHEMATICS

PP presentation by Irena Frączek
Polish American Congress, WI Division


February 27, 2020 at 7pm

POLISH CENTER OF WISCONSIN
6941 S 68th St, Franklin, WI 53132, USA

► Map of Location ◄

A talk about great Polish mathematicians, who changed the world by their ground-breaking contributions to astronomy, mathematics and code breaking. Cast on the panorama of fascinating places to see in beautiful Kraków (Poland) visited at the time of the Jubilee Congress of Polish Mathematicians (September 2019), a pinnacle of nationwide celebrations of 2019 as the Year of Mathematics.  Among the highlights of Kraków’s events was the induction into the Polish National Pantheon of three Polish cryptologists (Marian Rejewski, Henryk Zygalski and Jerzy Różycki), the key players in cracking the Enigma code used to encrypt German secret messages before and during the World War II.


poster                       postcard


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Sunday, February 16th, 2020 Newsletter No Comments

2020 Do You Know Poland and other announcements

2020 revision of the booklet
2020 Do You Know Poland


The next Quarterly Meeting of PAC-Wi Division
will take place on
February 15, 2020 at 10:00am

We will meet as usual at the Veterans Room
POLISH CENTER OF WISCONSIN
6941 S 68th St, Franklin, WI 53132, USA

► Map of Location ◄


DO YOU KNOW POLAND
2020 revision of the booklet is available for download
►download here◄


Polish American Congress Timeline
Distributed during the 75th Diamond Jubilee Celebration
Chicago, November 2019
►download here◄


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Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 Newsletter No Comments