On October 9, 2017, the Savannah General Pulaski Committee, in conjunction with the Coastal Heritage Society (CHS), celebrated the dedication of 3 granite markers at the Battle of Savannah Park; one each for Brigadier General Kazimierz Pulaski, Brigadier General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and Captain Igancy Jan Zielinski. The first two markers were funded by Mr. Ray Okonski and the latter by the Savannah General Pulaski Committee. Guest speakers at the dedication ceremonies included Polish Ambassador to the United States, Mr. Piotr Wilczek, Mr. Ray Okonski,, Mr. Andrew Boguszewski, Mr. Edward Krolikowski and Mrs. Halina Bieniecki (a descendent of Antoni Pulaski, Kazimierz's brother). In addition Mr. Daniel Fils-Aime, representing the Haitian Honorary Consul spoke about the Polish-Haitian connection. Wreaths sponsored by the Polish Embassy (Ambassador Wilczek), Poles in America Foundation (Dr. Jack & Monica Pinkowski), the American Consul for Polish Culture (ACPC) (Pres. Thomas Payne and Honorary Consul Debbie Majka), the Savannah General Pulaski Committee (Edward Krolikowski and Dr. Glenn Ball) and the Pulaski Family (Mrs. Halina Bieniecka) amongst others, were laid at the battlefield site 

  Afterwards a wonderful breakfast, which included Polish food items, was served by the CHS at the Roundhouse Complex. Later in the day, Ambassador Wilczek visited Ft. Pulaski National Monument, where he was greeted by Deputy Superintendent Joel Cadoff and Ranger Amber DeBartalaben and given a bi-lingual tour of the fort.  

  In honor of Ambassador Wilczek's visit, a welcome dinner was given at Billy's Place, followed two days later with a farewell dinner at Belfords