polish club – aberdeen, wa

Delicious Polish Easter Dessert Recipes

After 40 days of fasting for Lent, Poles pull out all the stops with a feast that begins on Easter morning and doesn’t end until well past Easter Monday. Polish desserts are varied and delicious. These are some of the most popular ones for Easter. Probably the most conspicuous of all the desserts is the Easter lamb cake, representing the Paschal Lamb, that takes center stage on the dining table. For recipes, checkout The Spruce Eats.

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER! Annual Business Meeting 2019

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER! Our annual business meeting has been rescheduled for Sunday, February 24th in the Polish Club Dining Hall starting at 1pm. Lunch will be provided.

Annual Christmas Dinner 2018

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Frank Sienko


Frank Sienko passed away peacefully on March 31, 2018, at his home surrounded by family; he was 88.

Frank was born April 13, 1929, in Pe Ell, Wash., to Lawrence and Mary (Drevniak) Sienko. He attended Valley High School and graduated in 1947. Sports were a huge part of Franks life, and in his Senior year, he was selected for the 1947 Southwest Washington basketball All-Star team. Frank still holds the 220-yard dash record at Valley. He went on to excel in football, basketball, and track at Skagit Valley Junior College in Mount Vernon, Wash. After college, Frank enlisted in the Army from 1951-1953, and was stationed in Fort Richardson, Alaska.

He married Patricia Padgett in 1974. Frank worked for the Pacific County road crew for many years and retired in 1988. Frank enjoyed the outdoors and spent time fishing and working in his yard and on his tree farm. He also loved watching his many nieces and nephews competing in sporting events. Frank was a member of the St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Polish Club of Aberdeen, Elks Lodge 1292, VFW, and the American Legion.

He was proceeded in death by his mother, father, and brother George. Frank is survived by his sister Irene (Inglin) and her husband Bob, brother Larry, nephew Bob Inglin Jr., nieces Connie (Inglin) Chicano, Sherry (Inglin) DiJulio, Mary (Inglin) Gibbons, Linda Inglin, Kathy (Inglin) Friese, Heidi (Inglin) Friese, Jean (Sienko) Cobbs, Karla (Sienko) Keeler, Celia Sienko, Janelle Sienko, and several great nieces and nephews.

Rosary services will be held 7 p.m. Friday, April 6, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church. Funeral Mass at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at St. Lawrence, followed by burial at Fern Hill Cemetery in Menlo where Military Honors will be accorded. A reception will be held at the St. Lawrence Parish Center. Donations may be made to St. Lawrence Catholic Church in his memory.

Arrangements are in care of Stoller’s Mortuary in Raymond. You may visit to leave condolences for the family.

Philip Gregory Hardinger


Longtime Aberdeen resident Philip Gregory Hardinger, 73, passed away March 10, 2018, at Montesano Health and Rehabilitation Center. Philip was born June 4, 1944, in Raymond, Wash. to Philip and Delia (Klikotka) Hardinger.

Philip was raised in Raymond and graduated from Raymond High School and earned his associate’s degree from Grays Harbor College.

He proudly served in the U.S. Army from 1965 thru 1968; he served at the White House and Camp David and also at Fort Riley, Kan.

On Dec. 17, 1967, Philip went on a blind date and met the love of his life Vicki L. Woodbury, they later married on Jan. 31, 1969, in Reno, Nev. She survives him at the family home.

He worked for Weyerhaeuser as a journeyman millwright for 36 years. He also spent many hours volunteering at Coastal Harvest and the Montesano Food Bank. He was a former member of the Elks and Eagles, current vice president for the Polish Club and a member of the Midnight Cruizers Car Club. Philip loved cars and had too many to mention, but he really liked his SSR truck.

In addition to his loving wife Vicki he is also survived by his sister Donna Monohon and her husband Richard of Olympia, Wash.; many nieces and nephews and cousins, including his favorite nephew Greg Monohon of Honaunau, Hawaii; and sister in law and her husband Terri and Casey Meadows of Red Feather Lakes, Colo.

At his request there will be no formal services. To share memories or express condolences please visit Harrison Family Mortuary of Aberdeen is honored to assist the family.

Do not stand at my grave and weep,

I am not there, I do not sleep.

I am a thousand winds that blow,

I am the diamond glints on snow,

I am the sunlight on ripened grain,

I am the gentle autumn’s rain.

When you awaken in the morning’s hush,

I am the swift uplifting rush

of quiet birds in circled flight.

I am the stars that shine at night,

Do not stand at my grave and cry,

I am not there, I did not die…


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Mary Norkoski

Mary Norkoski

Mary Norkoski, 100, passed away peacefully at her home in Cosmopolis, Wash. on Dec. 24, 2017. She was born in Chicago Ill. on Jan. 26, 2017, to Valentine and Frances (Aksomit) Olesiak. Six months later, the family moved to the Artic, Wash. area of North River. When she was 6, the family moved to Cosmopolis, Wash. so she could go to school. She only spoke Polish when she started first grade, but when she graduated from Aberdeen High School in 1935, she was valedictorian.

Mary married John Norkoski on Nov. 5, 1938, and he survives her at the family home.

She loved her 93 years in Cosmopolis near family and friends, being involved in several of its organizations including Garden Club, Belle Lettres, Goldenagers and the Cosmopolis Gospel Chapel.

Mary is survived by 2 sons, Joe and Don, 5 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her brother, Joe.

As much as she loved it here, she looked forward to Heaven with her Savior.

There will be a family graveside burial. The memorial service will be at 2 p.m., Saturday Jan. 6, 2018, at the Cosmopolis Gospel Chapel, 1024 3rd Street.

To share memories or express condolences please visit Harrison Family Mortuary of Aberdeen is honored to assist the family.

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