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UACA Mourns the Loss of One of the Oldest, Long-time Members

Funeral arrangements for one of the oldest, and longest members, John Chytruk, have been finalized. 


Visitation on  Monday, March 5, 2018 from
9:00 a.m. until 9:45 a.m.

Followed by service at 10:00 a.m.

Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
830 N. Franklin St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123


Interment will follow at Saint Mary Cemetery in Elkins Park, PA


John Chtruk passed away on Feb. 26, 2018 at the age of 96. He left Ukraine after World War II and found work with the American Government in Germany. He then came to America and eventually settled in Philadelphia. John found employment as a Union Roofer with Local 30 and later became a Crew Chief. He was active in the Ukrainian Community, supporting the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral and the Ukrainian American Citizens' Association. John was an avid soccer fan enjoying both local and international games on TV. He loved to travel and enjoyed trips to the Ukraine to spend time with his family. He is survived by his extended family; William Zin (Irene), Raymond T. Zin (Donna), Anthony Zin, Adrianna Zin, Betsy Rubino (Robert), Elizabeth Rubino, Emily Rubino, Michael Rubino. He was pre-deceased by Catherine Zin, Raymond J. Zin and Thomas Zin. 


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UACA donaties to local Pizza Parlor to help feed Philly's homeless

UACA Vice President Steve Zdorow presented a $100 donation to Mason Wartman owner of Rosa's Fresh Pizza, a local pizzeria tha toffers one slice of pizza at no cost to walk-in members of the Philadelphia's homeless population at BigBite Philly's 6th Annual Philly Chili Bowl on March 14, 2015.  


UACA has a long history of giving back to our community and looks forward to partnery with BigBite Philly in the future.


Photos by Tim Blackwell (ShotsFired) | All Rights Reserved

UACA Members React to Russian Takeover of PBR and Schmidts' Beers

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th -  UACA hosted its first ever "Pour Out" event where members poured out their beer to raise money for Ukraine. 


The recent purchase of select American breweries by Russian business Oasis Beverage has been tough for some drinkers to stomach.


For every Pabst Blue Ribbon or Schmidt's purchased and poured out,  a $1 credit was put toward a Ukrainian beer (Львівське (Lvivske) and Оболонь (Obolon)).


It was a fun time for a great cause.


The UACA's Board of Directors demonstrate their support of Euromaidan.

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