Magyar Club of Dayton

P.O. Box 63 Englewood 45322


American First - Hungarian Always



Click on the following to Check out what is coming our way!:
Winter newsletter Page 1

winter newsletter Page 2

1st Annual EEHE in Dayton



NOTICE:

Next meeting February 5th 2023 1PM
Chili will be main dish
- bring something to share- at McAulley Hall and on zoom... watch your email for Zoom mtg notice.




Eastern European Cultural Event:

Check out our ground breaking new adventure we are planning: the Eastern European Heritage Experience Event web page!



For more information or if interested in participating at the event or as a sponsor, please contact one of the people listed on the letter.
or email us at magyarclubofdayton@gmail.com
Click on the picture for larger view!

Check out our ground breaking new adventure we are planning: the Eastern European Heritage Experience Event web page!














Our 2023 Officers:

Our new officers for 2023 were also installed at the dinner by Board Member David Boston.


President: Eva Lazear;
Vice-President: Maria Newberry;
Treasurer: Gail Robison;
Secretary: CeCe Drought.












The Americana Public Library of Budapest is looking for photographs...please read the following email

---------- Forwarded message --------- From: APLBP 0101 Date: Wed, Jan 18, 2023 at 12:09 PM Subject: The Americana Public Library of Budapest To: AMERICANA-HUNGARICANA COMMUNITY PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT The Americana Public Library of Budapest is launching an AMERICANA-HUNGARICANA community photography project!

The project aims to present a portrait of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (March Fifteenth) celebrations in the United States of America.

Participation is completely free. Participants may submit a documentary photograph(s) and / or a fine art photograph(s).
Participants’ photographs will be included in our digital collections. Shortlisted photographs will be featured in a nationwide (in Hungary, in 2024) community exhibition.

Documentary Photograph
A documentary photograph(s) of a sculpture that salutes the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (March Fifteenth) in the United States of America.

Fine Art Photograph
A fine art photograph(s) that salutes the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (March Fifteenth) in the United States of America. For example, a formal portrait photograph of a subject wearing a kokárda, or a photograph of March Fifteenth celebrations in the United States of America.

Submit your photograph(s) or a link to your photograph(s) via e-mail (aplbp0101@gmail.com).

Your e-mail will only be processed if you include "Community Photography Project" in the subject line of the e-mail. The deadline is Monday March 20th, 2023.











Support Senate Bill 46 - see our president's email from December on writing our congressmen!



Remember: Hungarian classes via Zoom. Our President will be teaching the class weekly at 7PM. Cost will be $10/year. Contact Eva Lazear or Gail Robision to register for 2023

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