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Caption: Bytow (Poland) Mayor Ryszard Sylka, at left, along with Father Paul Breza and Bytow City Council Chairman Leszek Waszkiewicz, visited the Winona Polish Heritage Museum last week. The Bytow leaders traveled to Winona to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Fa, Credit: Photo by Sarah Squires of the Winona Post
Image by: Photo by Sarah Squires of the Winona Post 
Bytow (Poland) Mayor Ryszard Sylka, at left, along with Father Paul Breza and Bytow City Council Chairman Leszek Waszkiewicz, visited the Winona Polish Heritage Museum last week. The Bytow leaders traveled to Winona to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Fa 

The Winona Works Project: Father Paul Breza

From: KQAL
Series: Culture Clique
Length: 24:57

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The Winona Works Project provides insight into Winona’s workforce through the voices of those working in the community today. Through a series of interviews, Winona State University students and faculty from the Counselor Education and Communication Studies departments collaborated with the Winona County Historical Society to develop a companion exhibit for the Smithsonian traveling exhibit, “The Way We Worked". On today’s Culture Clique, Winona State student Andrea Cwiak visits with Father Paul Breza to discuss the importance of the Polish culture in Winona, MN.

Bytoff-breza-done5786_small The Winona Works Project provides insight into Winona’s workforce through the voices of those working in the community today. Through a series of interviews, Winona State University students and faculty from the Counselor Education and Communication Studies departments collaborated with the Winona County Historical Society to develop a companion exhibit for the Smithsonian traveling exhibit, “The Way We Worked". On today’s Culture Clique, Winona State student Andrea Cwiak visits with Father Paul Breza to discuss the importance of the Polish culture in Winona, MN.

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