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(E) The Croatian Academy of America 51st Annual Dinner
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  10/21/2004 | Events | Unrated
(E) The Croatian Academy of America 51st Annual Dinner

 

THE CROATIAN ACADEMY OF AMERICA, INC. P.O. BOX 1767,
GRAND CENTRAL STATION, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10163
www.croatianacademy.org  e-mail: croatacad@aol.com 

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INVITATION TO THE FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL DINNER

You are cordially invited to the Annual Dinner for members
and friends of The Croatian Academy of America

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:
Karlo Mirth
(President 1958-1968, Honorary President for Life)

TIME: 7:00 pm Reception / 8:00 pm Dinner
DATE: Saturday, October 30, 2004

PLACE: Croatian Cultural Center/Sts.Cyril & Methodius Church
502 West 41st Street, New York NY 10036

COST: $50.00 / $25.00 students (wine and soft drinks included)

RSVP: Vedran Joseph Nazor 212.957.5808 or e-mail:vnazor@yahoo.com 
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FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL DINNER
THE
CROATIAN ACADEMY OF AMERICA


Annual Dinner of The Croatian Academy of America will held at 7:00 pm on Saturday, October 30, 2004 at the Croatian Cultural Center in Manhattan, 502 West 41st Street. Guest speaker will be Karlo Mirth, managing editor of the Academy. Annual Dinner will follow Fifty-First Annual General Assembly to be held that afternoon. During the Assembly members will review the work during the previous year followed by the election of the new Officers and Executive Council Members. Plans for the upcoming year will be proposed and discussed. The Croatian Academy of America is a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1953 whose purpose is to educate the public about Croatian literature, culture, language and history. It publishes annually Journal of Croatian Studies, which is distributed throughout most of the English-speaking world including all the major national libraries of Europe and most of the cultural institutions in Croatia. “Croatian Language from the Eleventh Century to the Computer
Age� in Volume 25-26 (1984-85) was dedicated to Croatian language and written by Karlo Mirth, Journal’s Managing Editor. Volume 32-33 (1991-92) covered Croatia’s Independence and Homeland War. Academy has approximately 300 members throughout United States and Canada. Executive Council meetings are held in New York City. Croatian Radio Club - New York provides free storage for its Journals and archives. The most important thing for the Croatian Academy of America is to continue publishing scholarly works in English on Croatian
culture, history and language and distribute it throughout world. To learn more about please visit website: www.croatianacademy.org 
or e-mail: croatacad@aol.com . or write:

THE CROATIAN ACADEMY OF AMERICA, INC. P.O. BOX 1767,
GRAND CENTRAL STATION, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10163

 

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