German Hungarians Honored by SEPA Soccer Hall of Fame, by Werner Fricker Jr.

Dave Jones inducted into the 2021 Class of the SEPA Hall of Fame, Jeff Maierhofer honored with the Service to Soccer award. Werner Fricker Jr., recaps the evening.

Theresa and Frank Kirsch at the Ground Breaking 1965

German-Hungarians: UNITED as one Club, by Michael Fricker

For our club, being a dedicated part of the whole is not only freeing, but it has allowed continuity to flourish all together as one. There is a beauty in that particular kind of order.

The Magic You Can Find in a Book, by Karina Fricker

I read a book recently that many times made me stop and think, so much so that I wanted to pull out a red pen to underline and star the passages so I could save them for a rainy Saturday morning like today when creativity strikes.

Cleveland Landestreffen in 3 Perspectives

This year we decided to ask three of our members to write short articles about out trip to Cleveland for the Landestreffen der Donauschwaben. We hope you enjoy reading these three perspectives below from three great writers, Marlene Fricker, Emma Walter, & Betty Wagner.

Jugend Einzel Workshop, a Strong Youthful Showing, by Karina Fricker

Entertainment Review: From the looks on the faces of the children on that July 20, it is evident that the future in schuhplattler in the United States is and will continue to be strong.

EVENT: 110th Anniversary – October 23, 2021

Our Gala Anniversary Banquet will be complete with cocktail hour, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, dessert, and four-hour open bar. Entertainment will be provided by die Heimatklänge Orchestra and the German-Hungarian Dancers. The Ticket price is $80.00 and black tie is preferred. It is shaping up to be a wonderful evening finally in 2021!

“Home Out of State,” by Sasha Malofiy Jr.

The atmosphere is also very unique. From hearing German music in the background, great competition, and our super fans always getting rowdy during games, it makes this weekend second to none. We can always count on our super fans to turn it into a “home game” for us.