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Polish Constitution Day Parade 2012

Polish Constitution Day Parade
Parma Ohio 2012

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.

A parade was held in Cleveland's Slavic Village and another was held in Parma on Sunday May 5, 2012.

Enjoy these images from the 2012 Polish Constitution Day Parade in Parma.

Polish Parade Dignitaries - Stanley Rejnis, John Borkowski, Mark Relovsky and Fr. Eric Orzech

Stanley Rejnis, John Borkowski,
Mark Relovsky and Fr. Eric Orzech


Polish American Veterans

Veterans lined up before the Parade


Polish American Veterans


Polish American lady veterans


US Coast Guard

US Coast Guard


Francis Rutkowski

Francis Rutkowski spoke about the
Parade Grand Marshall, Rev. Msgr. Leo Telesz


The Grand Marshall of the 2012 Cleveland Polish Constitution Day Parade was Rev. Msgr, Leo Telesz who was born in 1917. He was ordained in 1939 and served Polonia against the scourge of Nazis and Soviet occupation.




Meteorologist Bruce Kalinowski was Master of Ceremonies

Meteorologist Bruce Kalinowski was Master of Ceremonies


Polish and American Veterans at Parma Cleveland Parade

Veterans led the parade


Polish and American Veterans at Parma Cleveland Parade


Polish and American Veterans at Parma Cleveland Parade


Polish and American Veterans at Parma Cleveland Parade - Polish Legion

Polish Legion of America


Polish American Congress Ohio Division

Polish American Congress Ohio Division


Polish Women's Alliance of America

Polish Women's Alliance of America


Polish Roman Catholic Union of America

Polish Roman Catholic Union of America


Society of Poles

Society of Poles


Polish Parde Cleveland Parma


Normandy HS Band

Normandy HS Band


Normandy HS Band


Miss Polonia Ohio Bernadette Wielgus and Court

Miss Polonia Ohio Bernadette Wielgus and Court


Miss Polonia Ohio and Court


USPA Officers

USPA Officers


Parma Senior Center  Raisin' Canes senior dancers

Parma Senior Center Raisin' Canes


Polish King Parade Float


Parma HS Band

Parma HS Band


Parma HS Band


Popemobile

Popemobile


Popemobile


Saint Casimir Church

Saint Casimir Church


PIAST in Polish Parade

PIAST Ensemble


PIAST in Polish Parade


PIAST in Polish Parade


PIAST in Polish Parade


Cleveland Polka Association

Cleveland Polka Association


John Paul II Cultural Center

John Paul II Cultural Center


John Paul II Cultural Center


Clown at Parma Polish Parade


Girl Scout Troup 71499 Parma Ohio

Girl Scout Troup 71499


Union of Poles

Union of Poles


Polish golf cart in parade


Shriners in parade

Shriners


Shriner on Segway


Syrena Folk Ensemble

Syrena Folk Ensemble


Valley Forge HS Band

Valley Forge HS Band


Valley Forge HS Band


St Mary's Polish National Catholic Church

St Mary's Polish National Catholic Church


Pope John Paul II Banner

Pope John Paul II Banner


Polish School

Polish School


Birdman

Birdman


Construction Dog in Parade


Judge Diane Karpinski

Judge Diane Karpinski


Polish girls in parade


Watching the Polish Parade


John Borkowski and friends

John Borkowski and friends


Francis Rutkowski thanked MC Bruce Kalinowski after the parade

Francis Rutkowski thanked MC Bruce Kalinowski
after the parade


Video Highlights of the Parade




2012 Constitution Day Festival


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