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Newsletter – 2004


Jöjjön, vegyen részt a XLIV. Magyar Kongresszuson

Fő témánk: Magyar megmaradás a nagyvilágban…

Magyar jövőnk – Magyar sorsunk!

Meghívó Mint minden évben, ebben az évben is megtartjuk a Magyar Kongresszust Clevelandban.

Előre várható, hogy több érdekes, és tanulságos előadás lesz.


kitűnő alkalom a legfrissebb tájékoztatásokat hallani külföldi magyar testvérinkről, megismerni új barátokat és fenntartani régi barátokkal a régi kapcsolatot.

A Kongresszus a Hálaadás Napján, november 25.-én baráti vacsorával kezdődik a clevelandi Sheraton City Centre Hotelben.

Pénteken reggel kezdődnek az előadássorozatok, amelyek párhuzamosan futnak több

témakörben. Részletes programot következő értesítőnkben küldünk szokásunk szerint a meghívóval együtt.

Honlapunkon is található lesz bővebb információ a Magyar Kongresszusról.

Pénteken este a Művész és Irodalmi Est magas színvonalú

zenei előadásokkal szórakoztatja a közönséget.

Szombaton este, november 27.- én a nagyszabású, pompás Magyar Bál a világ magyarságát


Jelölje meg naptárában ezeket a dátumokat most, és barátaival és családjával jöjjön el.

In the English Language

From Castles in Hungary to Principles of Circularity

This year’s Hungarian Congress will have special English sessions for those who feel more comfortable in English. As in past years, we are offering a wide variety of interesting themes and topics – something is sure to interest everyone!

Steven K. Hegedeos (Cleveland, OH)

The Principle of Circularity: Ways and means of gaining a higher level of self-knowledge, and achieving serenity , clear

thinking, and problem solving

Steven will introduce his new book which explores how to achieve a higher level of consciousness.

Éva Szabó (Cleveland, OH)

“Castles in Hungary – A Virtual Tour”

Éva will bring you a host of beautiful visuals – you too will walk where the kings and queens of Hungary once walked. . .

Piroska Táborosi (Syracuse, NY)

“‘Charter Schools‘ and their Importance and Possibilities for the Hungarian and Other Ethnic Communities in Cleveland, Syracuse, and Other Cities in North America.”

The crisis in public education today is a topic with which we are all familiar! “Charter schools” may provide an answer – since they promote not only the precepts of good citizenship, but also promote and protect the various ethnic backgrounds.

Can you imagine having a public school where children are taught Hungarian, Croatian, Slovenian, Ukrainian, Czech ….?

Other speakers include:

István Tamoga, Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley (Beachwood, OH) will speak about personal finance issues and investment strategies.

Joseph P. Veres (NASA Glenn) will speak about NASA’s Aeronautics Vision.



by Tibor Bognár

The Magyars who colonized the Buckeye Road area on the east side of Cleveland in the late 1800’s built the proverbial “Little Hungary” that lasted for the next 120 years.

Mr. Tibor Bognár, international student from Hungary, is currently working in the Department of Communications at John Carroll University.

He is a participant in the Talasantius Training Program, which has already sponsored over one hundred Hungarian students earning diplomas in Master’s Degree programs all over the United States.

Mr. Bognár will present a viewing of his new documentary film, “The Last Hungarian on Buckeye.” The film chronicles the rise and decline of this once vital neighborhood, where one could go from cradle to grave in the “middle of Middle America” – and never need to know a word of English!

But the Magyars of Buckeye were also patriotic, true-blue Americans, and one need only consult the honor rolls of Buckeye-boys who died in American uniform in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.

At the same time, its citizens were proud of a 1000 year old Magyar heritage that was exemplified in the parades, processions and feasts of Buckeye Road, where the streets were not “paved with gold,” but rather, bedecked with red, white and green banners. Come see this film – and remember. . . .

Foznek a ferfiakMore Hungarian Cuisine. . .


This year, for the third year in a row, the Hungarian Association will repeat its very popular and successful Friday afternoon event: “Secrets of Great Hungarian Cooks” – with a surprise twist

– this year it will be the “MEN’S TURN” to shine as chefs!

Several gentlemen from the Hungarian community will demonstrate how to prepare and serve Hungarian specialties and delicacies.

Mini samples will be provided for the audience. In addition, all attendees will receive a bi-lingual mini- cookbook, with all the recipes, tips, and techniques.

Presenters and room location will be listed in the Congress program. Recipes will be a surprise.

In both Hungarian and English! Plan to attend this unique and tasty event!

Dr. Márta Pereszlényi