GH in Germany PART 2: Adventuring, Wining and Dining in the Mosel Region, and More!

"Each time I travel to Germany with my German Hungarian family I create lasting memories and enhance the bonds we share. So, no trip is better than any other because all hold special memories and experiences and I hope it is not too long before we have our next adventure!" - Nichole deely

GH in Germany PART 1: Munich & 2022 Oktoberfest Parade

Hi there! Grab a comfy seat, maybe a glass of Riesling, and get ready to read! Some of our traveling members put their pens to paper in order to archive and reminisce on our wonderful adventure to Germany in September. Our trip, planned mostly by Marlene Fricker and Karen David, with LOTS of help from … Continue reading GH in Germany PART 1: Munich & 2022 Oktoberfest Parade

German Hungarians of Philadelphia Attend 4. Welttreffen 

In the summer of 2006, I had the opportunity to talk my husband, Bill, into attending the Landestreffen of the Verband Der Donauschwaben, USA.  I truly wanted to see if bringing my children, Bill’s children, and of course all of the people younger than us at our club to this event, would awaken the interest … Continue reading German Hungarians of Philadelphia Attend 4. Welttreffen 

1st Place in Gruppen Preisplatteln, 2007

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2nd Place in Gruppen Preisplatteln, 2003

From our "Monthly Progress" Archive: UNITED GERMAN HUNGARIANS HOSTS FOR 19. GAUFEST PHILADELPHIA 19. GAUFEST A HUGE SUCCESS!! GERMAN HUNGARIAN SCHUHPLATTLERS WIN SILVER MEDALS AS THEY PLACE SECOND IN THE GAUVERBAND'S PREISPLATTLING COMPETITION!

1st Place in Gruppen Preisplatteln, 1999

From our "Monthly Progress" Archive:

3rd Place in Gruppen Preisplatteln, 1995

From our "Monthly Progress" Archive: MILWAUKEE, WI - Now it was down to the nitty, gritty! The announcement came - Third Place - THE UNITED GERMAN HUNGARIANS OF PHILADELPHIA!!!

3rd Place in Gruppen Preisplatteln, 1993

From our "Monthly Progress" Archive: BUFFALO, NY - The knot in his stomach tightened. Could it be? The announcer, Marty Hubner, the Gauverband Vorplattler, was saying, "Everybody be very calm!" No screaming or yelling!"