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Got kielbasa?

Thanks go out to Carol, Pat and Martha for making our afternoon at Lincoln Park enjoyable. SGSCA members and new-found friends spent the afternoon admiring the view and of course chowing down on delicious picnic fare. It must have been good since the last kielbasa was nabbed by a hungry seagull!

SGSCA to host Best of Poland Booth

SGSCA to host Best of Poland Booth at Polish Festival Seattle on July 11PolishFestival2015

SGSCA is proud to be part of the Polish Festival Seattle on July 11th.
This will be our 3rd year hosting the “Best of Poland” booth! There you will find intriguing information on Poland, free give-aways and hopefully your smiling face!

We’ll have balloons, our famous red bags to hand out PLUS three framed Polish photographs to give-away at 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm. 

This year’s Best of Poland focuses on Zakopane and the the Tatra Mountains.

Please join the Polish community for a cultural experience.

Polish Festival Seattle
Saturday, July 11, 2015, Noon – 8pm
Seattle Center Armory
305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109

http://polishfestivalseattle.org/


logo_gdyniaSpecial thanks to the City of Gdynia, our sister city, for their assistance in promoting the “Best of Poland” with us.

http://www.gdynia.pl/eng/the/city/hall/4584_.html

You’re invited to host a student from Gdynia

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Got a spare room? Enjoy mentoring young adults?
Maciej, Anna, Piotr, and Kacper are looking forward to their stay in Seattle before they head to Washington Business Week.

SGSCA invites you to host one of our 2015 Gdynia exchange students!
Host families needed for July 19-25

Hosting means sharing your culture and hospitality with one of our students from Gdynia.
We encourage you to show them some of the sites around Seattle.

Host families provide the student with room and board, and are expected to treat their student as a member of a family, not as a guest. If you have chores or simple tasks in your households let them be a part of it too.

Students cover 
their own travel costs, health insurance, school expenses, cell phone, and spending money. Students are encouraged to practice their English language skills.

If you have children already they will build wonderful relationships with their new “sibiling”. You will have a chance to gain a whole new family in a whole other country!

The sister city association takes care of all transportation arrangements
to and from the airport, and to and from Ellensburg.

For more information call Barb Wodzin at 206-310-9662 or email bwodzin@gmail.com