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  • A warm thank you

    first_imgWe also extend a big thank you to our Bayonne contingent marshal Kenneth Kopacz for his support to our committee and his leadership in representing Bayonne on this special day.  We gratefully acknowledge our sponsors for their contributions to the Souvenir Journal and to those who attended Kenneth’s sashing celebration.  Our committee included others who also gave of their time to make the parade a success and we thank you for your help.This year our parade was filled with lots of energy and excitement for all.  Parade officials estimate that 200,000 people turned out to watch and celebrate.We are very proud of this time-honored tradition and it is our privilege to help bring our community together to honor and celebrate Polish culture, history and heritage.Again, thank you for your continued commitment to the values and mission of the Pulaski Parade Memorial Committee.  Without your support this parade would not happen.I look forward to next year.God bless proud Polonia!RICHARD M. ROMELCZYKChairman To the Editor:The Pulaski Parade Memorial Committee wishes to extend a warm thank you to all participants in the 81st Annual Pulaski Day Parade and the Pulaski Commemorative Program and Flag Raising Ceremony.last_img read more

  • Animal waste

    first_imgUniversity of GeorgiaAnimal waste can be a valuable organic resource or a pollutant.Managing it right and applying the best technologies determine which it may be.The University of Georgia invites interested stakeholders to adiscussion of issues and opportunities at the Georgia Animal Waste Roundtable Oct. 3in Athens, Ga.The program will be held at the Georgia Center for ContinuingEducation from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It’s presented by UGA Cooperative Extension, theUGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the GeorgiaDepartment of Natural Resources Agricultural Pollution Prevention Program (P2AD).Topics include UGA priorities in animal waste, bioenergy fromagricultural residuals, regulatory updates, new UGA teaching and research farms, lagoonclosure, grazing dairies and air quality.The roundtable “is a real nice example of collaborativeproblem-solving,” said Thomas Bass, who is coordinating the event. Bass is a UGAExtension specialist in animal and dairy sciences and biological and agriculturalengineering.There is no cost for the event, and lunch is included. It’s opento university faculty, federal and state specialists, commodity representatives,consultants and others in waste and nutrient management.Registration is limited. To attend, register online atwww.pware.com/2532. E-mail Bass at [email protected] for more information, or visitwww.agp2.org/aware.last_img read more