VOLUME 46
DECEMBER 2014
NUMBER 12
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE NEEDS TO
KNOW WHAT POSITION YOU ARE
INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR AND IF
YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE CONSIDERED AS
A DELEGATE FOR 2015 CONVENTION. YOU
MUST EMAIL LUIGI SQUILLANTE, Chair @
[email protected] His committee consists of: Joe
Sciame, Mike Mele, Tony D’Urso and Grace
Ferrara. Time is of the essence! See separate
article!
CELLINI NEWS
PUBLISHED BY CELLINI LODGE NO. 2206
ORDER SONS OF ITALY IN AMERICA
Dear Brothers & Sisters,
ATTENTION: MARK YOUR CALENDARS –
THE DATES FOR FEAST 2015 ARE AS FOLLOWS: AUGUST 26 TO AUGUST 30!!!!!!
YOU HAVE BEEN ADVISED 8 MONTHS
AHEAD OF TIME!! AND WE WILL HAVE THE
ENTIRE PARKING LOT!!!
ATTENTION: THE INSTALLATION OF OUR
NEW PRESIDENT AND COUNCIL WILL BE
SUNDAY, MARCH 8TH , 2015 AT POMPEII
RESTAURANT, 9AM.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Saturday, December 13, 1pm
is Cellini’s
Christmas Party at Riccardo’s. We will be
honoring Mike Santo. Please join in the festivities.
Call Joann Grossman for your reservation!
718 428 8725 or 917 855 9784.
Sunday, December 14 is Cellini’s Children’s
Christmas Party at Clinton Martin Park. Call
Amanda for your reservation @ 516 384 5305.
Need to know how many children will be attending
so Santa knows how many gifts to bring!
Officers’ Meetings: Thursday, December 4th, and
Thursday, January 8th, 2015.
General Meetings: Monday, December 8th, and
Monday, January 12th, 2015.
Foundation Meeting: TUESDAY, January 27th,
2015
Winter Charity Ball: Friday, January 30th, 2015
Don’t forget Pasta Nite, featuring DemiTasse on
Friday, January 16, 2015 at Pompeii Restaurant.
Tickets are selling fast. Don’t miss this great event
which will benefit the Lustgarten Foundation. Call
Tony Milazzo @ 516 485 7011 for your
reservation!
Thanks to Joann Marino and her committee on a
successful Grab-bag Bingo!
Grab Bag Bingo- Hero Muscle Men:
Sal Squillante; Anthony Calebro; Vinny Illuzzi
Bingo Callers: Artie Conti; Rosemarie Gaffeo
Card Sellers: Theresa Siciliano; Barbara Filazzola
Raffles:
Cathy Kilfoyle; MaryAnn Busa
Raffle Baskets: Elaine Oliveri
Special thanks to the Bakers: Carole Lynn Marino; Theresa Siciliano; Emma Milazzo
Thanks to Halloween Sock-Hop Chair Anthony
Calabro & co-chairs Neil Sirignano and Valerie
Alfarone Hughes and their entire committee
consisting of: Denise Alfarone, Adele Balsamo,
Gerri Baruch, MaryAnn Busa, Janet Calabro, Peter
Calabro Jr., Michelina Cappucelli, Rosemarie
Graffeo, Joann Grossman, Isabella Landi, Joann
Marino, Emma and Nunzio Milazzo, MaryLou
Rando, Iris Russo, Domenick Salvatorelli (he
SANG), AnnMarie Salvatorelli, Diana Servinskas,
and Theresa Siciliano. If I missed anyone, I apologize. If you weren’t there, you missed a fun-filled
evening!
Congratulations to Gina Ferrara on receiving Special
Recognition from The Garibaldi Meucci Museum for
all her work as book-keeper for the past 2 years.
The Christmas season for me, and I’m sure for all of
you, is the best time of the year. It brings families
and friends together and it also brings back memories
of when we were growing up. The food and
traditions can’t be beat. Weeks before Christmas, I
would help my Father make the Creche, from a
cardboard box and brown paper, which would house
the 200 year old Neapolitan statues of the Holy
Family handed down from my Great Grandfather in
Italy. You should visit the Metropolitan Museum of
Art during Christmas and see the beautiful Christmas
tree made of Neopolitan statues.
From my family to yours, I would like to wish you
all a very Blessed and Merry Christmas and a very
Healthy New Year! To all our Jewish members,
have a very Happy Chanukah!
(continued on pg. 2)
1968– 46th Anniversary Year– 2014
Cellini Lodge
no. 2206
ORDER SONS OF ITALY IN AMERICA
2208 JERICHO TURNPIKE∙ NEW HYDE PARK, NY 11040
(516) 747-1680
www.cellinilodge2206.org
FIRST MONDAY AND SECOND THURSDAY
OF EACH MONTH
MARCUS J. CHRIST COMMUNITY HALL
or CLINTON MARTIN PARK RECREATION CENTER
CELLINI NEWS STAFF
Editor…………..…………………………………………. Joseph Sciame
Feature Editors………...…………………………………. Jean Gagliardo
………………………………………..Carole Lynn Marino
Advertising Editor…………………………………………Neil Sirignano
For information regarding advertising in the
CELLINI NEWSLETTER, please contact:
Joseph Sciame……………………. (718) 990-1486
Fax………...……………………… (718) 990-1920
E-Mail: [email protected]
COUNCIL OF OFFICERS 2014-15
President
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Immediate Past President
Orator
Recording Secretary
Financial Secretary
Treasurer
Corresponding Secretary
Vincent R. Illuzzi
Alfonso Squillante
Juliette Milazzo
Luigi Squillante
Mark Ventimiglia
Maria D’Urso
Anthony Calabro
Valeriann Hughes
Carole Lynn Marino
(917) 922-8045
(516) 280-4080
(516) 485-7011
(516) 456-2541
(917) 885-5722
(516) 375-2256
(516) 739-2841
(516) 579-2146
(516) 466-8983
TRUSTEES
Principal Trustee
Marylou Rando
Denise Alfarone
Bernard DeVito
Tom Giacomaro
Salvatore Graffeo
Joann Grossman
Amanda Mulea
Neil Sirignano
Jerry Pecora
SENTINELS
Angelo Ferrara, Gerard Merolla, Artie Conte
Chaplain
Grand Deputy
Jean Gagliardo
Tony D’Angelis
PAST PRESIDENTS
Joseph Fulgenzi
Gene Morrone*
Anthony Bellucci*
Salvatore LoPinto*
Anthony D’Urso
Vincent M. Quatraro
Michael J. Mele
Angelo J. Ferrara
National/ State Past Pres.
State Trustee
State Deputy
Joseph Sciame
Luigi Squillantea
Anthony Milazzo
Jean Gagliardo
Grace Ferrara
Phyllis Capasso (Men)
Grace Ferrara (Women)
Grace Ferrara
LeeAnn Lack
Emma Milazzo
Good and Welfare
Dues Chairman
Membership Chairperson
Jean DiPaolo*
Kenneth J. Miller
Joseph Rando
Anna Mulea*
Grace Ferrara
Anthony Milazzo
Jean Gagliardo
Gina Ferrara
(718) 990-1486
(516) 456-2541
America Lodge
Donatello Lodge
Ann Bambino Lodge
(516) 746-4919
(516) 328-3165
(516) 328-3165
(718) 461-6768
(516) 741-3242
COMMISSIONERS OF ARBITRATION 2014-15
Anthony D’ Urso
Grace Ferrara
Jean Gagliardo
Michael J. Mele
Anthony Milazzo
Rev 6-17-14
Il cibo e le tradizioni non puo’ essere piu migliore. Settimane prima
di Natale, aiutavo mio padre a fare il Presepe, da una scatola di
cartone e di carta marrone, dove metevamo le statue Napoletane di
San Giuseppe, la Vergine Maria e Gesu Bambino tramandati da mio
bisnonno in Italia. Ti consiglio di visitare il Metropolitan Museum of
Art a Natale a vedere il bellissimo albero di Natale fatto di statue
Napolitane. Buon Natale ! Buona fine e buon principio!
Happy December Birthdays to: Frances Busa, Janice Cenzoprano,
Stephen Cannizzaro, Gigi Clarkson, August Randazzo, Ermelina
Lucano, Anita Mascioli, Nick Cipollone, Josephine Soriano, Frances
Dolan, Angela Mattia, Diana Merenda, Anthony Milazzo, Gregory
Spano, Joan Nicita, Theresa Talllini, James Cola, Judi Bosworth,
Margaret Fanelli, Raffaela (Gina) Testani, Nicolina Landi, and Carol
Lynn Marino.
HAPPY 39th Anniversary to Patti Anne and Jerry Baldassaro!
Congratulations to Jerry and Linda Merola on the birth of their 6 th
Grandson, Oliver Antonio Merola Alan!
Congratulations to Jean Gagliardo on being awarded the Pope John
XXIII Medal by the Diocese of Rockville Center, for teaching
Religious Ed for 25 years.
Congratulations to Phyllis Capasso on being awarded the Sister
Seton Medal by the Diocese of Rockville Center, for teaching
Religious Ed for 20 years.
Congratulations to Tony Milazzo on his being honored by
America Lodge, where he is Deputy.
Keep in your prayers: Nat and Viola Alvich, Elyssa Infurna, Emily
Chimente, Joanne Porrello, and Maureen Pecora.
MASTERS OF CEREMONY
Joseph Graziano*
Anthony Persico*
Natale C. Tedone*
James J. Terlizzi*
Joseph Sciame
Joseph Lacalamita*
Joseph M. Dantone*
*Deceased
La stagione natalizio per me, e sono sicuro che per tutti voi, e’ il
periodo migliore dell’anno. Riunisce le famiglie e gli amici e porta
anche alla mente recordi di quando stavamo crescendo.
Speedy recovery to Vincent Carrieri who is undergoing physical
therapy after falling and to Kathy Kilfoyle after suffering 2 broken
knee caps.
Clemente and Josephine Pannella honored by the the Padre Pio
Society
Nell’unita c’e’ forza! I leave you with a quote from John Wooden:
“Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”
Fraternally,
Vincent R. Illuzzi
Vincent R. Illuzzi
President 2013-15
Cellini Lodge # 2206
Order Sons of Italy in America
NEW OCTOBER 6th, 2014
INITIATED MEMBERS
NEW NOVEMBER 4th, 2014
INITIATED MEMBERS
Baruch, Geraldine
605 N. 1st Street
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(H) 516-502-6892
[email protected]
Initiated: 10-6-14
DiGregorio, Frank
10 Stephen Mather Road
Norwalk, CT 06850
(H) 631-327-1262
[email protected]
Initiated: 11-4-14
Caldi, Angelo
1273 Russell Street
Elmont, NY 11003
(H) 516-772-2255
(W) 516-554-2923
[email protected]
Transfer
Illuzzi, Joseph
6 Glen Drive
Plainview, NY 11803
(H) 516-942-4322
(W) 212-930-8682
[email protected]
Initiated: 10-6-14
Laiacona, Scott
318 Kensington Road
Garden City, NY 11530
(H) 516-445-1590
(W) 631-586-2477
[email protected]
Initiated: 10-6-14
Vratimos, Peter
66 Ontario Road
Bellerose Village, NY 11001
(H) 516-354-8524
(W) 516-327-5089
[email protected]
Initiated: 10-6-14
DiOrio, Michael
41-16 249st
Little Neck, NY 11363
(H) 718-229-6724
[email protected]
Initiated: 11-4-14
Mallozzi, Anna
1011 Covert Ave
New Hyde Park, Ny 11040
(H) 516-354-2921
[email protected]
Initiated: 11-4-14
Randle, James
106 Rose Lane
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(H) 516270-3876
[email protected]
Initiated: 11-4-14
Werther, Francine
142 Andrews Road
Mineola, NY 11501
(H) 516-248-2946
[email protected]
Initiated: 11-4-14
Werther, Lawrence
142 Andrews Road
Mineola, NY 11501
(H) 516-248-2946
(W) 516-355-2663
[email protected]
Initiated: 11-4-14
President Vincent "Slash" Illuzzi, event Chair
Anthony Calabro, Co-Chair Valerie Hughes,
and committee members Joann Grossman
and Denise Alfarone
Cellini member Domenick Salvatorelli serenaded the crowd during
dinner with his beautiful voice, singing heartfelt
renditions of beloved Italian songs
Event Co-Chair Neil Sirignano,
Devil Lynn Marino and
President Vincent Illuzzi
Cellini Halloween
Bingo Night 2014
Best Costume Prize Winners:
Elvis and Marilyn,
aka Vinny and Phyllis Capasso
Enjoying Grab Bag Bingo Night are pictured from left: Lynn Marino, Mike and Trish Moslin, Gladys Moslin, Barbara
Silver, Julio Marino and Jane Totura. Many thanks to Chair Joann Marino and her committee for a successful event.
Photo taken by Anthony Cipriano during a visit to the Vatican.
NOMINATIONS FOR 2015-16
Our President, Vincent Illuzzi has asked me to chair the nominations committee for this year and I
graciously accepted. The additional nomination committee members selected by President Vincent are
Michael Mele, Anthony Durso, Grace Ferrara and Joseph Sciame.
As in the past, we need everyone that is interested in ANY position to send me a letter (email or in
writing) no later than the December General Meeting. This note should contain your name, a first and
second choice for the positions you are interested in and a brief explanation of your qualifications for
the position.
If you are interested in being a State Delegate to the 2015 NY Convention then that needs to be in your
letter as well. If you do not list that you are interested in being a Delegate, then you will not be on the
roster for delegate at all. If you are interested in only running for delegate and not a current office, then
you MUST submit a letter stating your interest to be a delegate only.
Every position is available. If you are interested in any position listed below, please contact me with
any questions on the duties of each position.
All Officer and State Delegate positions are based on OSIA by-laws for qualifications, as well as stated
in the Cellini House Rules.
The Nominations Committee will meet in private to discuss all the candidates and may request a
face-to-face meeting with some or all the candidates. Notice will be given if face-to-face meetings are
requested.
Positions available:
President
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Orator
Recording Secretary
Financial Secretary
Treasurer
Correspondent Secretary
Trustee (10 Trustee positions)
Master/Mistress of Ceremony
Sentinel
Commissioners of Arbitration (5 positions)
Regards,
Luigi Squillante
Immediate Past President
Cellini Lodge # 2206
516-456-2541
[email protected]
ITALIAN IMMIGRATION
by Vincent R. Illuzzi
Italians and their descendants played a key role in the discovery, exploration and settlement of the
Americas. Christopher Columbus, the explorer who discovered the Americas, was Italian. Another notable Italian
explorer,Amerigo Vespucci , is the source of the name America. The fact that English is the language spoken in the
United States can be directly attributed to England's claims in North America, based on the voyages of the Italian
explorer Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot). The Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano was the first European to
enter New York Bay. The first Italian to reside in America was Pietro Cesare Alberti a Venetian seaman who, in
1635, settled in what would eventually become New York City.
These early arrivals settled in many different areas, but constituted a relatively small part of the American population
as a whole. However, their contributions were very significant in the founding and settling of the country.Filippo
Mazzei , a physician and promoter of liberty, was a close friend and confidant of Thomas Jefferson. He published a
pamphlet containing the phrase: "All men are by nature equally free and independent", which Jefferson incorporated
essentially intact into the Declaration of Independence. Italian artists and sculptors were brought to Washington to
work on the new Capitol building and to create some of its major monuments. Constantino Brumidi created the
frescoed interior of the Capitol dome, and spent the rest of his life executing still other artworks to beautify the
Capitol.
An immigrant, Antonio Meucci, brought with him in 1845 a concept for the telephone. He is credited by many
researchers with being the first to demonstrate the principle of the telephone; however, considerable controversy
existed relative to the priority of invention, with Alexander Graham Bell also being accorded this distinction. (In
2002, the U.S. Congress passed a resolution (H.R. 269) declaring Antonio Meucci the true inventor of the telephone).
About 5.5 million Italians immigrated to the United States from 1820 to 2004. The greatest surge of immigration,
which occurred in the period between 1880 and 1920, alone brought more than 4 million Italians to America. About
80% of the Italian immigrants came from Southern Italy , especially from Sicily, Campania, Abruzzo and Calabria.
The main period of Italian immigration was from 1880 to 1914. Italian unification in 1861 caused economic
conditions to considerably worsen for many in southern Italy and Sicily. A number of major contributing factors were
responsible for the large exodus from southern Italy and Sicily after unification, including: political and social unrest;
the government’s allocation of much more of its resources to the industrialization of the North than to that of the
South; an inequitable tax burden on the South; tariffs on the products of the South; soil exhaustion and erosion; and
military conscription lasting seven years. The poor economic situation following unification became untenable for
many sharecroppers, tenant farmers, and small business and land owners. Multitudes chose to emigrate rather than
face the prospect of a deepening poverty. A large number of these were attracted to the U.S. which, at the time, was
actively recruiting workers from Italy and elsewhere to fill the labor shortage that existed in the years following the
Civil War. Often, the father and older sons would go first, leaving the mother and the rest of the family behind until
the male members could afford their passage.
Following in the footsteps of Constantino Brumidi, other Italians and their descendants helped create Washington’s
impressive monuments. An Italian immigrant, Attilio Piccirillii, and his five brothers carved the Lincoln Memorial,
which they began in 1911 and completed in 1922. Italian construction workers helped build Washington's Union
Station, considered one of the most beautiful in the country, which was begun in 1905 and completed in 1908. The six
statues that decorate the station's facade were sculpted by Andrew Bernasconi between 1909 and 1911. Two Italian
American master stone carvers, Roger Morigi and Vincent Palumbo, spent decades creating the sculptural works that
embellish Washington National Cathedral.
In public art, Luigi Del Bianco was the chief stone carver at Mount Rushmore from 1933 to 1940. (Simon Rodia), an
immigrant construction worker, built the Watts Towers over a period of 33 years, from 1921 to 1954.
Italians and their descendents in America helped shape the country, and were in turn shaped by it. They have gained
prominence in politics, sports, the media, the fine arts, the culinary arts, and numerous other fields of endeavor.
(translated on pg. 10 in Italian)
Gli italiani ei loro discendenti hanno avuto un ruolo centrale nella scoperta, esplorazione e insediamento delle Americhe. Cristoforo Colombo, l'esploratore che scoprì le
Americhe, era italiano. Un altro esploratore italiano degno di nota, Amerigo Vespucci, è l'origine del nome dell'America. Il fatto che l'inglese è la lingua parlata negli Stati Uniti
può essere direttamente attribuito ai crediti inglesi in Nord America, in base ai viaggi dell'esploratore italiano Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot). L'esploratore italiano Giovanni da
Verrazzano fu il primo europeo a entrare baia di New York. Il primo italiano a risiedere in America era Pietro Cesare Alberti un marinaio veneziano che, nel 1635, si stabilì in
quella che sarebbe poi diventata New York City.
Questi primi arrivi si stabilirono in diversi settori, ma costituivano una parte relativamente piccola della popolazione americana nel suo complesso. Tuttavia, i loro contributi sono
stati molto significativi nella fondazione e sistemazione del country.Filippo Mazzei, medico e promotore della libertà, era un caro amico e confidente di Thomas Jefferson. Ha
pubblicato un opuscolo contenente la frase: "Tutti gli uomini sono per natura egualmente liberi e indipendenti", che Jefferson incorporato sostanzialmente intatta nella
Dichiarazione di Indipendenza. Artisti e scultori italiani sono stati portati a Washington per lavorare sul nuovo Campidoglio e di creare alcuni dei suoi principali monumenti.
Constantino Brumidi ha creato l'interno affrescato della cupola del Campidoglio, e trascorse il resto della sua vita eseguire ancora altre opere d'arte per abbellire il Campidoglio.
Un immigrato, Antonio Meucci, ha portato con sé nel 1845 un concetto per il telefono. Egli è accreditato da molti ricercatori con l'essere il primo a dimostrare il principio del
telefono; tuttavia, notevoli controversie esisteva relativa alla priorità dell'invenzione, con Alexander Graham Bell inoltre essere accordata questa distinzione. (Nel 2002, il
Congresso degli Stati Uniti ha approvato una risoluzione (HR 269) dichiara Antonio Meucci il vero inventore del telefono).
Circa 5,5 milioni gli italiani immigrarono negli Stati Uniti dal 1820 al 2004 La più grande ondata di immigrazione, che si è verificato nel periodo tra il 1880 e il 1920, da solo ha
portato più di 4 milioni di italiani in America. Circa l'80% degli immigrati italiani proveniva da Sud Italia, in particolare dalla Sicilia, Campania, Abruzzo e Calabria.
Il periodo principale di immigrazione italiana fu dal 1880 al 1914 l'unificazione italiana nel 1861 ha causato condizioni economiche peggiorano notevolmente per molti in Italia
meridionale e in Sicilia. Una serie di importanti fattori che contribuiscono erano responsabili per il grande esodo dal sud Italia e della Sicilia dopo l'unificazione, tra cui: disordini
politici e sociali; allocazione del governo di molto di più delle sue risorse alla industrializzazione del Nord che a quella del Mezzogiorno; un onere fiscale iniquo a sud; tariffe sui
prodotti del Sud; esaurimento del suolo ed erosione; e coscrizione militare della durata di sette anni. La cattiva situazione economica a seguito della riunificazione è diventato
insostenibile per molti mezzadri, fittavoli e proprietari di piccole imprese e di terra. Moltitudini ha scelto di emigrare piuttosto che affrontare la prospettiva di una povertà
approfondimento. Un gran numero di questi sono stati attratti verso gli Stati Uniti che, al momento, è stato attivamente reclutando lavoratori in Italia e altrove per riempire la
carenza di manodopera che esisteva negli anni successivi alla Guerra Civile. Spesso, il padre e figli più anziani sarebbero andati prima, lasciando la madre e il resto della famiglia
dietro fino a quando i membri maschi potevano permettersi il loro passaggio.
Seguendo le orme di Constantino Brumidi, altri italiani ei loro discendenti hanno contribuito a creare imponenti monumenti di Washington. Un immigrato italiano, Attilio
Piccirillii, ei suoi cinque fratelli scolpito il Lincoln Memorial, che hanno iniziato nel 1911 e completato nel 1922 lavoratori edili italiani aiutato a costruire Union Station di
Washington, considerato uno dei più belli del paese, che fu iniziata nel 1905 e completata nel 1908 Le sei statue che decorano l'facciata della stazione è stato scolpito da Andrea
Bernasconi tra il 1909 e il 1911 due americani scalpellini maestro italiano, Roger Morigi e Vincenzo Palumbo, trascorso decenni creando le sculture che abbelliscono Washington
National Cathedral.
In arte pubblica, Luigi Del Bianco è stato il scalpellino capo a Mount Rushmore dal 1933 al 1940.Simon Rodia, un operaio edile immigrato, ha costruito la Watts Towers per un
periodo di 33 anni, 1921-1954.
Date
Dec. 4
Event
Officers’ Meeting
Time/Chair
7:30 PM
Location/Phone
Lodge Office
Dec. 5
Card Night
7:30/Sal Squillante
Lodge Office
Dec. 6
12PM to 5PM
Verdi's
Dec. 8
America Lodge D/D
Honoring PP Anthony
Milazzo-State Deputy
General Meeting
7:30 PM
Clinton Martin Park
Dec. 13
Adult Christmas Party
1PM to 6PM/Joanne Grossman
Ricardo's/718-428-8725
Dec. 14
11 AM/Amanda Mulea
Clinton Martin Park/516-596-0910
Dec. 19
Children's Christmas
Party
Card Night
7:30PM/Sal Squillante
Lodge Office
Jan. 8
Officers’ Meeting
7:30 PM
Lodge Office
Jan. 9
Card Night
7:30 PM
Lodge Office
Jan. 12
General Meeting
7:30 PM
Clinton Martin Park
Jan 16
7:00 PM/ Juliette Milazzo
Pompei Restaurant /516-485-7011
Jan 23
Pasta Night
(Food & a Show)
Card Night
7:30 PM
Lodge Office
Jan 27
Foundation Meeting
7:30 PM
Lodge Office
Jan 29
Officers’ Meeting
7:30 PM
Lodge Office
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Financial Advisor
Portfolio Manager, PIA Program
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1325 Franklin Avenue, Ste. 400
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Tel: 516-877-8421
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Fax (718) 990-1920
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191 Hillside Avenue ∙ Williston Park, NY 11596
Office: (516) 741-3070 Ext. 254
Fax: (516) 741-7274 Cell: (917) 576-5376
[email protected] ∙ www.laffey.com
[email protected]
Wedding Bouquets– Fruit & Gourmet Baskets
Balloon Bouquets– Flowering & Green Plants
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
ESTABLISHED 1910
CELLINI LODGE No. 2206
ORDER SONS OF ITALY IN AMERICA
Non– Profit Organization
U.S. Postage
PAID
FLUSHING, NY
PERMIT NO. 1495
2208 JERICHO TURNPIKE
NEW HYDE PARK, NY 11040
Comforting families for nearly 80 years
NEW HYDE PARK
125 HILLSIDE AVENUE
(516) 354-0634
WILLISTON PARK
412 WILLIS AVENUE
(516) 354-0634
FLORAL PARK
29 ATLANTIC AVENUE
(516) 354-0634
Levittown
2786 Hempstead Tpk., Hicksville
47 Jerusalem Avenue
Angela Arinoldo Powers
Professional Singer
(Member-Cellini Lodge)
Available-Weddings, Funerals
& all Other Occasions
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Call for Appointment
516-352-3212
Dominick’s Italian & American Delicatessen
Bella Calabria Farms Inc.
Produce · Deli · Grocery · Dairy
Superior Catering
All cooking prepared for you in our own kitchen.
401 Herricks Rd., New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(516) 746-2116 · Dominick
All Foreign And American Cars
Julio J. Marino &
Salvatore R. Marino
Attorneys at Law
Cellini Lodge Members
Rosenberg Musso & Weiner, LLP
Wills & Estates · Business Transactions
Business Reorganizations
(516) 354-2258
Anibal
Wilson
Garden City Park, N.Y. 11040
Attorney at Law
Long Island by Appointment
315-W Roslyn Road
Mineola, NY 11501
DENTON AUTO REPAIRS, INC.
Robert J. Musso
26 Court Street, Suite 2211
Brooklyn, New York 11242
(718) 855-6840
OIL BURNERS
BOILERS
WATER HEATERS
SALES & SERVICE
BUDGET PLAN
Marino & Marino, P.C.
516-354-9037
718-343-5525
1640 HILLSIDE AVE.
NEW HYDE PARK
LI, NY 11040
Gift
Baskets
175 East Shore Road.
Great Neck, NY 11023
(516) 487-1850
www.marinomarino.com
For All Your Legal Needs
Personal Injury & Civil Litigation
95 Denton Ave.
Tel. (516) 746-8542
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