President’s Address – Christmas 2021

On behalf of my husband, Sasha, and my entire family I would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with health, happiness, and good fortune! May all your days be happy & bright!

Remarks on our 110th Anniversary, by Janet Malofiy

Good evening and welcome to our 110th anniversary banquet. We were determined to celebrate this milestone and I am so happy that you are all here with us this evening. 110 years is a long time and in preparing for this event so much went through my mind. We have a rich history and a … Continue reading Remarks on our 110th Anniversary, by Janet Malofiy

President’s Address – 110th Anniversary on October 23, 2021

We had hoped to celebrate our 110th Anniversary Gala a few times since March of 2020. Now, we invite you to celebrate with us on October, 23 2021 at the Cannstatter Volksfest Verein in Philadelphia.

President’s Address – April 2021

We are on our way and I am so happy communicate some good news to all of you!  The news is that we are getting back to what we once called normal with a “Schedule of Events”! 

2020 Officers Photo

Officers take Photo for 110th Anniversary

The Executive Board, Board of Governors, and Chairmen met in February to take photos for the 110th Anniversary. Board of Governors Werner Fricker Jr., Chairman, Alex Blank, Karen David, Michael Fricker, Lisa Fricker, Werner Fricker III, John Hubert, Sasha Malofiy, Kathi Noel, Michelle Paul, Joseph Reiter, John Reiter, Bobby Wilkinson Executive Board Janet Fricker Malofiy … Continue reading Officers take Photo for 110th Anniversary

Remarks on our 104th Anniversary, by Bill Galgon

     I am privileged to stand at the podium tonight at our 104th Anniversary for the last time as President of the United German Hungarians.  Three thoughts I briefly wish to reflect upon regarding what drives a social organization and the pride that I feel as one of the current leaders: Community, Responsibility, Opportunity.      … Continue reading Remarks on our 104th Anniversary, by Bill Galgon