The Sawa Deli at 588 Avenue C in Bayonne held a grand opening ceremony for its new owners. City officials, business people, and members of the Polish community went to the event. Adults pictured left to right: Second Ward Council Member Sal Gullace, City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, First Ward Council Member Tom Cotter, Mayor Jimmy Davis, Renata Swierzbinski (Branch Manager, M&T Bank), Marta Wozniak (Sawa co-owner), Adam Wozniak (Sawa co-owner), and Council Member At-Large Juan Perez. Child pictured in front: Victoria Wozniak.
Ribbon-cutting for Sawa Deli
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