Celebration of the 81th anniversary of the death of Ignacy Kasprzyk - Senior Military Foreman. The airman of the PZL-37 A Łoś aircraft, which broke down on June 20, 1938.
This year, in June 2019, for the fourth time, patriotic and religious celebrations were held, related to the next anniversary of the tragic rubbish of Ignacy Kasprzyk, who was completely buried at the cemetery in Płoki. Currently, we celebrated the 81st anniversary of the air death of the crew PZL-37 A aircraft. Łoś: pilot Stanisław Macek, mechanic Mieczysław Sioch and our hero Ignacy Kasprzyk.
The organizers of the event were: Historical Society in Płoki near TCK, Village Culture House in Płoki, Parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Płoki. Their presence was honored by: vice Director of the Trzebiński Culture Center Ewa Jędrysik, representatives of "Sokole Gniazdo - MMT", Sołtys Płok Kazimierz Rejdych and Rada Sołecka, OSP president Płock Edward Uracz, Director of the Public School in Płock, Anita Pytel, historian Agnieszka Bąk, Koło Retired Płok, photographer Karol Mroziewski, and an enthusiast of the Polish Aviation Karol Placha. Also present were the priest Piotr Mistrzyk, priest Mirosław Smyrak, the Honorary Chaplain of the Holy Father, priest Władysław Gil. But the strength of the celebrations was Mrs Beata Grylowska.
The main celebrations were held on 2019-06-23 on Sunday. The celebration began at 11:00 am with the Holy Mass. The Holy Mass celebrated in a concelebration by the Custodian Sanctuary of the priest priest of canon Piotr Miszczyk and priest Miroslaw Smyrak, Chaplain of Honor of the Holy Father priest Władysław Gil.
Then, all willing went to the Cultural Center, at which the obelisk with a bronze statue of "Sokolnik" was placed. This initiative of Ms. Ewa Jędrysik, vice director of TCK. She wrote the project "Szlaki Ku Wolności". Figures of three falconers will mark a historical route, to commemorate the battles about the Polishness of the local area. Those interested could hear a lecture on the history of the Trzebińska Land. The parish priest made a dedication to the "Sokolnik" statue.
Afterwards, guests were invited for a snack with coffee, tea and a tasty cake baked by local housewives. The following spoke in turn: Ms. Beata Grylowska and Mr Kazimierz Rejdych.
The lecture on the subject of "The development of air transport in the Second Polish Republic, on the canvas of the figure of Ignacy Kasprzyk" was given by Karol Placha. The speaker stressed the actions of Polish authorities in the development of air transport and the construction and development of airports.
Written by Karol Placha Hetman