Author: Pulaski Area Historical Society

Learn how to volunteer at the Pulaski Museum!

Join us at the Museum on April 10th at 6:30 p.m. to learn how to volunteer and work at the museum. This a great opportunity for you to learn about the museum and how to research, take in donations, find out where things are, learn how to use the computer to do research. If you have any questions contact Steve Karcz at 920-822-1762 for more information on what you will learn on Tuesday, April...

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Largest Pie Auction in US Raises Over $1350 for the PAHS

On Saturday, March 10th, during the Casimir Pulaski Days Event, the PAHS sold 77 donated pies, and raised over $1350 for the organization. The event was held at Zielinski’s Ballroom in Pulaski and was a huge success. Special thanks to all of the member and non-members of the PAHS for baking and delivering pies, and to all of the pie buyers. It was an amazing event! The museum had special coverage from local television stations throughout the week.  Justin from @WLUK (Channel 11) did a great job covering the event. Special thanks also goes out to Rock and Pam Mannigal...

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Join us for the Largest Pie Auction in US History!

Pulaski isn’t just the home of the “Pulaski Polka Days Celebration”. For the fifth year in a row, a passionate group of individuals along with Promote Pulaski, Inc., have helped plan the week long celebration “Casimir Pulaski Days”. This year, the event will take place, March 4th-March 11th and is expected to bring thousands of visitors and locals to the small community. A Kick-off the Celebration is planned for Sunday, March 4, after 10:30 a.m. mass at Assumption BVM Catholic Church. A ministry group from ABVM is coordinating a potluck lunch after mass and all are welcome to attend....

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Wendzikowski Meat Market

Article found in the Green Bay Press Gazette at the Pulaski Area Historical Museum Archives Sunday, September, 17, 1978 – Section B Pulaski Sausage- It’s Appeal Travels Far By Mary Olszewski Someone somewhere today probably had some of the Wendzikowski brothers homemade Polish sausage for breakfast. That someone might be in pulaski, where the brothers run their meat market, or in Chicago, somewhere in Oregon or in Arizona. “A lady bought 10 pounds this morning,” said John Wendzikowski in an interview last week. The woman plans to freeze it and take it with her when she goes to Oregon...

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