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Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma

Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma
May 1, 2011

The Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791 was the first constitution to follow the 1788 ratification of the United States Constitution. May 3 was restored as an official Polish holiday in April 1990, after the fall of communism. It is celebrated in Cleveland with events including a parade in Slavic Village.

Enjoy these images and video highlights of the parade.



Video highlights of the Parade


Parade Announcer Bruce Kalinowski

Parade Announcer Bruce Kalinowski


Grand Marshall Halina Junak

Grand Marshall Halina Junak


Francis Rutkowski

Francis Rutkowski


Polish American Congress Ohio Division

Polish American Congress Ohio Division


Veterans marching in the Parma Parade

Veterans


Veterans marching in the Parma Parade


Veterans marching in the Parma Parade


Cleveland Society of Poles

Cleveland Society of Poles


Cleveland Society of Poles

Rick Bentley


Navy marchers at Parma Polish parade

US Navy


Charles Horvath - US Navy for 22 years

Charles Horvath - US Navy for 22 years


Coast Guard float

Coast Guard


Judge Dianne Karpinski

Judge Diane Karpinski


Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II


Miss Polonia Ohio

Miss Polonia Ohio


PIAST Ensemble

PIAST Ensemble


Big Chuck Schodowski

Big Chuck Schodowski


Living Traditions

Living Traditions


Living Traditions accordion player


Junior Miss Parma Kelly Quinn

Junior Miss Parma Kelly Quinn


Cleveland Polka Music

Cleveland Polka Music


Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Woman with parasol at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Parma Band at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio

Parma High School Band


Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Fire Dog at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Ghoulardi at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio

Getting ready for next Ghoulardifest


Girl with dog at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio


Honey Nut truck at Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma Ohio

Sto lat


Rev. Roman Misiewicz, Pastor St Mary P.N.C. Church

Rev. Roman Misiewicz, Pastor St Mary P.N.C. Church


Miss Polonia Ohio 2011 and first runner up

Miss Polonia Ohio 2011 and first runner up


Judge Diane Karpinski and Rev. Eric Orzech

Judge Diane Karpinski and Rev. Eric Orzech


Living Traditions Folk Ensemble

Living Traditions Folk Ensemble


John Borkowski and Francis Rutkowski

John Borkowski and Francis Rutkowski


George Brown from Senator Portman's office and Walter Borkowski

George Brown from Senator Portman's office and Walter Borkowski


Halina Junak and Rev. Eric Orzech

Even Rev. Orzech has to run to keep pace with
Parade Grand Marshall Halina Junak!




After the Parade, a Constitution Day program was held.

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