The 2014 Polish Constitution Day Parade and Festival in Parma Ohio was hosted by the Polish American Congress Ohio Division.
Mark Relovsky, Polish American Congress of Ohio First Vice President, welcomed the crowd to the 223rd anniversary of the Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791 in Parma, Ohio.
He then introduced Walter Borkowski who sang first the Polish national Anthem followed by the US National Anthem.
Fr Eric Orzech and Mark Relovsky
Rev. Eric Orzech, Chaplain, Polish American Congress Ohio Division and National Vice-President of Polish American Priests Association gave the invocation at the 2014 celebration of Polish Constitution Day in Parma Ohio.
Rev. Eric Orzech
Father Orzech is pastor of both the Shrine Church of St Stanislaus and St Casimir parish in Cleveland. He asked that people remember John Borkowski, president of the Polish American Congress, who was in the hospital.
Mark Relovsky introduced the newly crowned 2014 Miss Polonia and Junior Miss Polonia at the 2014 celebration of Polish Constitution Day in Parma.
2014 Miss Polonia
2014 Junior Miss Polonia
2014 Junior Miss Polonia and Miss Polonia
A young girl in traditional Polish costume from a Polish School, Szkola Polska, recited a poem in Polish.
George Brown represented US Senator Rob Portman at the 2014 celebration of Polish Constitution Day. Brown gave congratulations to the city and Polish American Congress for their hard work in producing the Parade and Festival.
Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter was Grand Marshall of the 2014 Parade. He thanked several Parma councilmen and officials and the Polish American Congress for their hard work in producing the Parade and Festival.
Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter
Mark Relovsky and Allan Szuflada
Walter Borkowski led the crowd in God Bless America and then Sto lat at the 223rd anniversary of the Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791 in Parma, Ohio.
After the official program, the celebration continued with food, drink and dancing. The Honky Express played polka music and got the crowd dancing. This was the Army Polka.
Two little girls in traditional Polish costumes danced to this song by the Honky Express.
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