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Please Help  Please Help Darek Live with ALS
Real Estate  Mirka Nakovski - Real Estate Broker - Ask me your real estate question!
Support Polish Businesses  Polish Food To Go: Sebi's Bistro and George's Deli in Seattle
Coronavirus Help  Community Help With Groceries And Meds Available
Local History  PHA Anniversary Movie DVD and Book on Sale
Learn Polish  Learn Real Polish On the Internet  Reader recommended!
Radio Wisla  Local Polish language Radio Wisla - on the internet

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 Please Help Darek Live with ALS

 

 

Please Help Darek Live with ALS

 

In 2014 at age of 51 Darek was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehring disease). Darek lives with his wife Ania and daughter Ruth on Vashon Island and have been battling the ALS for 5 years now. He knows his story will have no happy ending but he is trying to live the best life he can. He wrote a book about his experience as ALS patient, becoming increasingly disabled and dependent on his family as caregivers for basic life functions. The book was written in Polish and published as "Maly Wielki Tydzien. Ksiazka napisana jednym palcem" by Pruszynski i S-ka and is available for purchase at: https://www.proszynski.pl/Maly_wielki_tydzien__Ksiazka_napisana_jednym_palcem-p-36638-.html

 

 

His story will not have a happy ending but is full of life and humor you would not expect from someone slowly dying and losing control of his life.

 

To make a donation to help with Darek's life care expenses and learn more about his life please go to the GoFundMe link  https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-darek-live-with-als

   

posted June 11, 2020

  Mirka Nakovski - Real Estate Broker

 

 

Ask Me Your Real Estate Questions!

 

Do you know the value of your home?

Click here: https://mirkan.johnlscott.com/home-valuation to find out

Check out the current market values for your home and view buyer demand.

Ask me your real estate questions!

 

 

Mirka Nakovski

 

Real Estate Broker / Specjalista d/s nieruchomości

Office: 360-221-1828, Mobile: 206-214-5528
mirkan@johnlscott.com

www.johnlscott.com/mirkan

  

posted June 10, 2020

  Polish Food To Go: Sebi's Bistro & Georges Deli in Seattle

 

 

Support Polish Businesses!

 

As we hunker down because of the coronavirus, don't forget that there are Polish businesses that would be happy to serve you Polish food. Both Sebi's Bistro and George's Deli prepare takeout food during their usual business hours, so you can call with an order & stop by to pick it up. Both businesses also registered with the popular delivery apps such as  UberEats, Postmates or GrubHub so you can order a delivery to your home as well. Finally, both businesses take special orders for Easter.

 

   

More: Sebi's Bistro website, George's Deli facebook page

posted March 19, 2020

  Community Help With Groceries and Meds Available

 

 

Polish Scouts Help With Groceries and Meds

 

Polish community help is available to the elderly or people who need it, they can get groceries or meds delivered to their home. This initiative was started is run by the Polish Scout Organization - Seattle Council leaders and members. From the beginning, the scouts have been supported by volunteers and financing from other Polish organizations, notably Polish Home Association, Polish Women's Club, Seattle Polish Foundation and other folks with a big heart.

Update: most people in the Polish community have been already contacted over the phone by volunteers, and some folks received deliveries. Also, SPF received several donations for a total of

 $1,000 to support this initiative.

 

 

If you need assistance or know of somebody who does, please write to pomoc@polishhome.org or help@polishhome.org, or call 206-322-3020, in Polish or English.

 

If you would like to volunteer, the contact is ochotnicy@polishhome.org or volunteers@polishhome.org; Seattle Polish Foundation is also asking for donations to support this initiative.

 

More: Polish Cultural Center website, Seattle Polish Foundation website

posted March 18, 2020

 PHA Anniversary Movie DVD and Book on Sale

PHA

Anniversary

 

Movie DVD

& Book

 

 

PHA Anniversary Movie DVD and Book on Sale

 

The anniversary movie PASSING THE TORCH: 100 Years of the Polish Home Association is available at the Polish Cultural Center on Friday nights. The movie, premiered at the 2018 Seattle Polish Film Festival is based on dozens of interviews and a wealth of historical materials. It shows the rich history of the Polish community through different eras and the role that PHA and the Polish Home played as the anchor of Polish life in Seattle and Washington state.

movie trailer on YouTube

 

 

The anniversary book brings to life the story of the Polish community of Seattle since its inception towards the end of 19c. till 2018. Richly illustrated with color photographs it describes individuals, events and organizations that create a rich tapestry of the community centered around the Polish Home, now the Polish Cultural Center in Seattle.

 

 

posted on April 11, 2019

 Summer Language Courses in Poland

More Language Courses

in

Cracow

 

 Intensive 2 week courses in Cracow by VARIA

 

Intensive summer courses from early June till September

 

posted Apr 5, 2017


Polish Language School Glossa, based in Cracow

 

Polish language school and 2-, 3- and 4-week courses

 

posted Apr 5, 2017


 

Centre for Polish Studies several cities

2- & 4-week Intensive Summer Courses

Detailed info for in July August, Septemer

posted Mar 16, 2016

 Local Polish language Radio Wisła on the internet

Radio

Wisła

 

Tune to Seattle-based Polish language internet radio www.radiowisla.com for updates and interview reporting from local community events.

posted Feb 17, 2010

 Learning Polish on the internet

Learning Polish on the internet

 

Please read info about Libratus schools and Polish government proposals posted on the FAQ page.

 

Below there is some info about learning Polish with help of internet as recommended by Readers or  submitted to the Editor by different educational outfits.

 


 

 

Reader recommended free podcasts and paid subscriptions with Piotr.

Seems great for Polish-Americans, that is people who know the language somewhat,

understand more, speak less and would like to take it to the next level.

In small daily chunks, regular readings etc.

 

posted in Jan 2016


 

Learn Polish Feel Good

 

This is a great website for anyone looking to practice Polish grammar and vocabulary through online interactive exercises. Includes over 150 exercises arranged by topic (verbs/verb tenses, nouns and pronouns, prepositions, adjectives/adverbs).

The site also has a “Polish for travelers” section.

 

Examples:

Declination: http://www.learnpolishfeelgood.com/polish-nouns-pronouns.html,

Conjugation: http://www.learnpolishfeelgood.com/v-grac-past-imperfective1.html

Adjective agreement w/ gender: http://www.learnpolishfeelgood.com/adjectives-which-gender1.html

first posted in 2010, still looks great in Jan 2016

 


 

Grammar rules, comments on the place of Polish among other languages etc.

A Grammar of the Polish Language

 

This seems to be very thorough but feels somewhat dry.

 


 

Edu & More - Learn Polish Online

 

Immersive e-learning of Polish language for foreigners

Online courses and lessons consist on different topics

and different levels of language competence (from A1 to B2)

Each course means:

·         practical subjects & selected vocabulary

·         useful structures

·         dialogues and texts

·         essential grammar

exercises and much more …

You can check it at: www.polishonlinenow.com

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us dorota.gruza@eduandmore.com

fully commercial site, 2010-2016


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