The Pulaski Lodge is part of the Polish National Alliance (PNA). Formed in 1880, the PNA is the largest and one of the oldest Polish fraternal organizations in the United States. Their mission is to broaden and deepen appreciation of Polish American heritage while providing high quality life insurance and annuity products to its members.
Organized in 1909, the Pulaski Lodge is a large gray clapboard building that includes offices, a bar and a hall that is occassionally used for events.
It is named in honor of Casimir Pulaski (1745-1779), a Polish soldier, nobleman and politician who has been called "the father of American cavalry" for developing the US Calvary while serving as a soldier of fortune in the American Revolutionary War. He is one of only seven people to be awarded honorary United States citizenship.
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A small parking lot is available along with on-street parking.