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W dzisiejszym wydaniu

- Praca od zaraz: ”Bałtyk Delicatessen” zatrudni ekspedientkę lub ekspedienta
- Recommended piano service in Ottawa - Kaz's Piano Service
- 8 marca - Dzień Kobiet
- Przychodzimy - Odchodzimy:  Walter Gretzky
      - Walter Gretzky, father of The Great One, dies at 82
      - Walter Gretzky Honoured with the Gold Polish Combatants’ Cross
- Echa Narodowego Dnia Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych” w Ottawie
      - Uroczysta msza św. w kosciele Sw. Jacka w Ottawie
      - W HOŁDZIE ŻOŁNIERZOM NIEZŁOMNYM
      - Narodowy Dzień Pamięci Żołnierzy Wyklętych - wystąpienie Ambasadora Andrzeja Kurnickiego
       - Msza Św. w intencji Żołnierzy Niezłomnych w Wilnie, na Ontaryjskich Kaszubach
      - Maciej Jabłoński: NARODOWY DZIEŃ ŻOŁNIERZY NIEZŁOMNYCH WYKLĘTYCH
- Komunikat Telewizji Polskiej S.A. - powrót emisji programu TVP Polonia na terenie Ameryk
- Konkurs Recytatorski „Słowem – Polska”
- Komunikaty Parafii Św. Jacka Odrowąża w Ottawie
      UWAGA: Nowa forma zapisów na Msze Św.
- Całkowicie odnowione mieszkanie do wynajęcia w centrum Ottawy
- Potrzebna opiekunka do dziecka od miesiąca sierpnia 2021
- Kącik Humoru

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Dzień Kobiet

 
Ja wiem jest wiele nieszczęść na świecie
Wiele zła krąży wokół naszej planety
Kto jest sprawcą? No co nie wiecie?
Słowo daję - KOBIETY
 
Naukowiec się dziś zastanawia
Patrząc na dzieło Polikleta
Co było natchnieniem rzeźbiarza?
Ja wiem - KOBIETA






W Romantyzmie mężczyzna na schwał
Brał z szuflady dwa pistolety
Szedł do lasu - ciach w łeb strzał
A przyczyna? - KOBIETY

A przed wojną apasz zwady szukał
Czyniąc popłoch w całym powiecie
Łupy zbierał i do stóp rzucał
No komu? - KOBIECIE
 
No a w szkole na lekcji polskiego
Kiedy uczeń lektury nie przeczyta
Korzystając z pióra chińskiego
Kto wstawi dwóję? - KOBIETA
 
Gdy hormony i wiosna męską czujność poraża
I każdy punkt ciała rozpiera podnieta
Wykorzysta słabość i pchnie do ołtarza
Bez wątpienia - KOBIETA
 
A ja współczuję Adamowi w duchu
Pomyliłeś się wielki poeto
Pisząc o nich "marny puchu"
Tytanie, Olbrzymie - KOBIETO!


Peter Huszcz
PHuszcz@rogers.com
     
 
Przychodzimy - Odchodzimy
Walter Gretzky
1938 - 2021


It's with deep sadness that Janet and I share the news of the passing of my Dad. He bravely battled Parkinson's and other health issues these last few years, but he never let it get him down.


For my sister and my 3 brothers, Dad was our team captain - he guided, protected and led our family every day, every step of the way.

For me, he was the reason I fell in love with the game of hockey. He inspired me to be the best I could be not just in the game of hockey, but in life.

We will miss him so much, but know that he's back with our Mom and that brings me and my family peace.

He really was the Great One and the prodest Canadian we know.

We love you Dad.

Wayne Gretzky

https://www.facebook.com/gretzkydotcom/photos/pcb.10157951057057966/10157951056872966



Walter Gretzky, father of The Great One, dies at 82



Walter Gretzky, the ultimate Canadian hockey dad who taught and nurtured The Great One, has died. He was 82.

The father of Wayne Gretzky became a name himself, a constant in Wayne's world. As Wayne's star ascended, Walter remained a blue-collar symbol of a devoted hockey parent in a country filled with them.

Wayne Gretzky confirmed his father's death on Thursday night with a social media post.

The two were also often intertwined, their father-son story used in commercials from Tim Hortons to Coca-Cola. And following in the footsteps of Alexander Graham Bell, they made Brantford, Ont., famous.

Walter was celebrated for far more than just fathering a superstar, however. His down-to-earth, no-airs approach to life and devotion to his family struck a chord with Canadians.

Walter's celebrity status increased after making a remarkable recovery from a stroke suffered in 1991. His autobiography and a 2005 made-for-TV movie told the story.

Walter Gretzky was the son of immigrants — a Polish mother and Russian father — who started a vegetable farm in 1932 in Canning, Ont., just outside Brantford, on the Nith River, where Wayne learned to skate when he was two. They bought it for $600.

Walter's father Tony, whose parents had emigrated to the U.S., came to Canada from Chicago to enlist during the First World War with his name switching to Gretzky from Gretsky because he did not know how to write in English. Walter's mother Mary came to Canada by herself in 1921 as an 18-year-old.

Walter's parents met in Toronto in the 1930s. He was the fifth of seven children.

He played minor hockey in Paris, Ont., then junior B for four years in Woodstock. He went on to play some senior hockey but said he wasn't good enough to play pro.

Walter met Phyllis, his wife to be, at a wiener roast at the family farm. She was 15 at the time. Three years later, they got married.

Wayne was the first born in 1961, followed by Kim, Keith, Glen and Brent. Keith and Brent also played professional hockey.

The same year as Wayne was born, Walter fractured his skull in a work accident as a Bell lineman. He spent some time in a coma and was off work for 18 months. Left deaf in his right ear, he was eventually transferred to another Bell department and became an installer/repairman.

The winter when Wayne was four, his father turned the backyard of their Brantford home into a rink which young Wayne called The Wally Coliseum. From the time he was a tot, Wayne wanted to do nothing but play hockey.

Walter decided to make his own rink to avoid having to freeze standing outdoors at some outdoor rink elsewhere — or sit in his car with the engine running to get some heat — while Wayne skated. Gas was too expensive, he said.

``It truly, truly was self-preservation,'' he explained.

Walter fed his eldest child's obsession, recruiting bigger kids for Wayne to practise against in the backyard rink, and finding him a spot on a team of 10-year-olds when he was six.

Read all:
https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article/walter-gretzky-father-nhl-legend-wayne-gretzky-dies-82



Walter Gretzky Honoured with the Gold Polish Combatants’ Cross



The WWII Polish Combatants’ Association’s national conference was hosted by the local Combatant’s Br#4 at the Polish Hall on Pearl St. over the August 2nd weekend. This three-day conference drew people from across Canada, Poland, United States and England.

The PCA was conceived in 1946 and it’s the first time in 73 years that Brantford has been chosen to host it. We were also honoured to have WWII veterans and survivors present at the conference, including many VIP’s.

Last year the Polish community celebrated the 100th anniversary of Polish freedom in 1918, post WWI. This year on September 1st, will mark 80 years since Nazi Germany attacked Poland, followed two weeks later by Communist Russia.

Canada, at the outbreak of WWI, came to Poland’s defense immediately. Due to this and many other reasons, both Canada and Poland have shared a unique and connected relationship for many years.

We felt that this conference was an appropriate time to acknowledge Walter Gretzky’s Polish lineage and his ongoing support and contribution to veterans of all nations.

Introductory speech prior to Walter receiving the medal includes more details as to why he qualified for this high Polish honour.

Dear veterans and survivors, our distinguished VIP’s as well as our valued community guests here today.

I’ve known Walter well for over 40 years so what I’m about to say is based on first-hand knowledge. To summarize anything about this man in under 2 minutes, let alone in under 2 hours is impossible.

Outside the media and public events Walter has had 1000’s of private engagements with people and to this day, at the age of 80, he is like the ‘energizer bunny’ and simply won’t stop.

Walter is a ‘human-doing’ not just a ‘human-being’ influencing millions worldwide as well, he is a humanitarian of the highest degree.

Walter is an author, has honorary doctorates, received hundreds of awards including 3 medals, 2 of which are the Order of Canada and the Order of Ontario. He is our Lord Mayor.

World War One
In 1914 Canadians as well as First Nations/Metis men and women volunteered joining the Canadian expeditionary forces who were eventually shipped to Europe in order to fight the Germans.

In 1917 an additional 30,000 soldiers, of Polish descent, trained in Niagara on the Lake and were also sent to Europe. They were called Haller’s Blue Army. Captain A.G.E. Smith of the Grand River Six Nations Territory, was one of the officers who helped train the Polish soldiers at NOTL and he went to Europe with them.

In 1917 Antony Gretzky left Chicago joined the Canadian Army in Toronto. He too ended up overseas fighting in the trenches until the war’s end. It is with my imagination that I could see Antony Gretzky fighting alongside Canadians and Haller’s Blue Army contributing to Polish Independence after the war in 1918.

After the war Antony decided to remain in Canada. He acquired land in Canning Ontario and to this day this farm has remained in the Gretzky family.

Antony, who was a very wise man, met a beautiful Polish lady named Pauline Maria Khodenessky, whom he married.

Walter’s father was a dedicated veteran and Canadian. Walter clearly remembers his father, though terminally ill and unable to walk, demanding to attend a Remembrance Day ceremony in 1973. It was his last.

For the first time ever, Walter is wearing his fathers’ WWI medals today. Walter, like his father, is a staunch supporter of Remembrance Day.

Read all very long but interesting story of the Gretzky family and their Polish roots:
https://www.bscene.ca/walter-gretzky-honoured-with-the-gold-polish-combatants-cross

 

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