PolishYoungstown's first trip to Polish-American Night at the Indians last week was a great one.
Not enough to fill a bus, we all piled into each other's cars and took off in hopes of visiting the famous Sokowlowski's University Inn before the game. No such luck there (but we made it afterward), but our ride was full of laughter, music and anticipation.
At the last minute we were joined by Mary Anne Hoffman who brought a HUGE Polish flag and Rocko Naples who, of course, brought his concertina. Thanks to them we were the most noticeable members of the parade! Good job you two!
Walking around a major league field was truely much more fun than I anticipated. It gives you a whole different perspective on what it must be like to be a player out there.
Afterward, we climbed into our bleacher seats to enjoy the perfect view and discovered that other Youngstown folks were there to meet to us! As were some of our Cleveland friends that we met on the Dyngus trip!
The weather was perfect, the company was great and the Tribe actually won...who can beat that!
Hope that more of you can join us on our next adventure!
Aundrea Cika Heschmeyer
Trish & Nash celebrate their Wedding Anniversary on Polish Nite
Maryanne Mlynarski going into the dug out
Sandra Cika wants to grab a bat but is being rushed off
Chuch Dymer(ski) loved being on the grass
View from home plate
Polish pride for all to read on seat signs
Polish American Congress, OH. Pres. John Borkowski & Sandra Cika enjoy their favorite part of the game
PHH Chair Tom Kusiowski II with his lovely pal Kara Wahl
Isabella's favorit part of the game
In case you thought we were faking it
Family Fun for Khourys - Tony, Agi & Isabella
Don't let someone else shoot the pic
Aundrea Cika Heschmeyer w/bro-in-law Chuck
Youngstown ready to join the parade