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Malanka: Ukrainian New Years Supper and Dance

Paul Shore, Lynn Whidden, Alla Turbanova and Alexander Tselyakov.

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Paul Shore, Lynn Whidden, Alla Turbanova and Alexander Tselyakov.

Ščaslyvoho novoho roku! The Ukrainian National Home, located on Stickney Avenue, celebrated Ukrainian New Years on January 11.

Ashleigh Stozek, Gord Sytnick and Pamela Vollans.

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Ashleigh Stozek, Gord Sytnick and Pamela Vollans. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Tynnille Chomenchuk and Jeanelle Hrechka.

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Tynnille Chomenchuk and Jeanelle Hrechka. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Gordon Oleksuk, Gaby Oleksuk, Brenda Froese and Ron Citulsky.

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Gordon Oleksuk, Gaby Oleksuk, Brenda Froese and Ron Citulsky. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Folks were all dressed up and enjoyed a full night of socializing, eating and drinking in the New Year.

The night began with cocktails at 5:30 p.m. followed by a delicious dinner at 6:30 p.m.

To make the night complete, music was provided by Parkland Country.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 18, 2014

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Ščaslyvoho novoho roku! The Ukrainian National Home, located on Stickney Avenue, celebrated Ukrainian New Years on January 11.

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