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A special treat is being Offered by the Ladies Social Club of the Italian American Club, a Mothers day Dinner and Dance celebration on Saturday at 1600 25th St. at 7 pm.
Tickets donation is $7.50 Only advanced tickets will be honored at the door. For ticket information call 562-9814.
President Georgia Hrusovsky recently conducted a joint business meeting with, the men's association to find ways to raise funds to refurbish the kitchen and add charitable projects to the clubs existing projects.
The result is that both clubs are going to work Together on certain functions. The first one ia a pancake Breakfast scheduled fof May 16 from 8:30 a.m. until noon at the club house.
The menu includes pancakes, ham, orange juice and coffee. Adults are $2 and children under 12 are $1. Tickets may be purchased at the door. For further information contact Josephine Riffone at 567-8148.
MORE PANCAKES! ...
The Italian American Civic and Social
Club has planned a ~
May 16 ~t the clubhouse,
From 8:20 until noon, you can dine on
pancakes, ham, orange juice and coffee.
Tickets are $2 for adults and $1 for kids
under 12. Tickets will be sold at the door,
Josephine lUffone ~ys.
Ladies Club Breakfast
The May 4 meetIng of the Ladies Social Club of the Italian American Civic Association was brought to order by the president, Georgia Hirusovsky. After a joint meeting with the Men's Association, the calendar for the year was announced and discussion centered on raising funds to refurbish the clubhouse kitchen and charities to help for the year. The first pancake breakfast will be held on Sunday, May 16 at the Italian American Club, 1600 25th St., from,8:3O a.m. to noon.
The menu will include pancakes, ham, orange juice and coffee. Tickets are $2 for adults and $1 for children under 12 years old and can be purchased at the door.
MOMS HONORED -.
The high school choral group and Junior high band entertained mothers at a special dinner dance held In their honor recently at the Italian American Civic Association here.
The men of the Italian American Club prepared and served the dinner to honor the wives of the organization's auxiliary.
Prizes given included one to the
Mother with the most children, mother with The most grandchildren, oldest mother, youngest mother youngest
grandmother with the most great-grandchildren and the Oldest grandmother.
The music Included popular and classical selections.
President Richard Ferette presented the band with a donation To further education of the musicians.
The singers offered Broadway show musical selections.
The association annually presents
scholarships to students In our county
• school system — and I hear the choral• group Is being Considered for this honor this year. Setember1982
Beginning today the Italian American Civic Association, 1600 25th St., is hosting the third quarterly Meeting of the Florida
Federation of Italian American Clubs Inc.
Thirty clubs and approximately 300 delgates from
Jacksonville to Naples are gathering at the Sheraton
Regency for the weekend, although the meetings and festivities are taking place at the clubhouse. The weekend highlights is a gala dinner with entertainment at 7p.m. on Saturday.
A few projects supported by the Federation are the
awarding of scholarships, aiding other clubs, as collecting
$27,ooo for earthquake victims in Italy.
At the recent July 1 picnic more than 150 persons
turned out to welcome home Artchie Messina, from Italy as he led the gathered group In saluting the flag an singing of "God Bless America," while he noted"there's no place like the good old U.S.A."
Honorable mention went to Chairman Tony Fanero, Vinne Abatte,Pete Fazzo and President Richard Ferretti's daughters Janet, Tina, Theresa and Christy, who were among the many who helped to make it the best picnic yet.
That this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Italian American Civic Association of 1600 25th St., will host the third quarterly meeting of The Florida Federation of Italian American Clubs Inc.
There will be some 30 clubs and about 300 delegates represented from all over the state.
All meetings and festivities will be held at the clubhouse. A dinner dance will be held Saturday night, with entertainment to begin at 7 p.m.
Some accomplishments of the Federation are scholarships, helping clubs and Collecting $27,000 for the earthquake victims In Italy.
Members of our Italian American
Civic Association are participating at the annual convention, of the Florida Foundation of Italian Clubs. The funtime is going on at the Veritas Club in Boca Raton, host club; Parties at the Boca Raton Hotel are highlights of the three day get-together.
A business meeting takes place tomorrow, and officers will be elected then.
Our Vero club recently hosted 30 other units and approximately 300 delegates from Jacksonville
Here and There
Saturday night will see members and guests of the Italian American Civic Association enjoying Casino Night at the clubhouse, 1600 25th St. Play money will be used by guests to participate In games of chance, and, at 11 that night, guests will use that money to bid on auction gifts donated by area businessmen The money raised will benefit the
club's scholarship fund.
Food and beverage will be available. IACA President Richard Ferretti and Auxillary President Georgia Hrusovsky will be hosts for the funtime. If you'd like more info on tickets, etc call the clubhouse and someone ther will be glad to help you.
Casino NIGHT Saturday
Casino Night has been scheduled tomorrow, Saturday, at 7 at the Italian American Civic Associations clubhouse at 1600 25th St. Play money will be used by guests to participate in games of chance, and, at 11 that night, guests will use that money to bid on auction gifts donated by area businessmen.
The money raised by Casino Night will go into the club's scholarship fund.
Food and beverages will be available. IACA President Richard Ferretti and Auxiliary President Georgia Hrusovsky will be hosts for the evening.
For more information, telephone the clubhouse.
On Aug.21. the Italian American Civic Association of Vero Beach held Its Casino Night In the associations Clubhouse. Various casino-type games were played and ‘fun' money was, used by the players. Prizes were auctioned off by the end of the evening. The Casino Night raised a sum of real money to be used In the organization's charitable endeavors.
FOR KiDS OF ALL AGES
A "Back To School Days,
DINNER AND DANCE Is being
sponsored by the Italian American Civic Association,
Saturday, September 11, 1982 at
7:00 P.M., 1600 25th Street, Vero
Beach, $7.50 PER PERSON. Come dressed in your favorite
school outfit, If you can remember. Be It elementary or high school, casual dress. From the 20's to the 70's Be a kid again and join the fun and dancing to the music of the Four Js.
Ravioli, sausage, salad, dessert and coffee will be served at 7:00 p.m.
For ticket reservations and
information call clubhouse
TICKETS SOLD AT DOOR
School Days Dinner Set
A Back To School Days dinner and dance is being sponsored by the Italian American Civic Association on Saturday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m., 1600 25th St. The Cost is $7.50 per person
Come dressed in your favorite School outfit. Be lt elementary or high school or
just casual. From the 2o's to the 70's be a kid again and join the fun and dancing to the music of the Four J's
Ravioli, sausage, salad, dessert and coffee be served.
Advance sales only. For information call Mrs. Patrick Riffone.
Members of the Italian American Civic Association and their guests enjoyed the Sept. 11 dinner dance with Its theme, School Days" Many at the party were dressed in suitable apparel as if Mom had assisted in choosing school-days garb!
Hank Spina brought as his guests a group of classmates from the Heritage Village Little Red School House," and this added to the festive mood of the partygoers, I hear from Salvatore Valentino publicity writer for the club.
The funtime took place at the IACA clubhouse.