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 and ceremony in Parma's Polish Village.
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Patricia and Joseph Rutkowski the wife and son of the late Francis Rutkowski who was posthumous Grand Marshall of the Parade, spoke next.
Patricia and Joseph Rutkowski
A Benediction was offered by Fr. Orzech and God Bless America and Stolat were sung by Walter Borkowski.
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