Scholarship Award 2019

June 5, 2019 Leave a comment

The Spanish American Club, Inc. (SACI) awards scholarships

By Herman Santa

Scholarship Committee: From left María McCuthion, Elizabeth Mejía, Nancy Rozon and Pam Peña

Scholarship Committee: From left María McCuthion, Elizabeth Mejía, Nancy Rozon and Pam Peña

Six talented extraordinary graduating seniors from St. Lucie County public High Schools were recently recognized as this year’s Spanish American Club, Inc. (SACI). This year’s winners were Rudy Martinez, Laura Mejía, Marilyn Rancel, Catherine Ferreira, Alejandra López and Jaisen González

This year scholarship committee Chair by Nancy Rozon and Co-chair by Elizabeth Mejia, María McCutheon and Pamela Peña along with the board of directors Carlos Bonet, President; Al Feliciano, Vice President; Evelyn Carrillo, Secretary; Josephine Guadalupe, Treasurer; Vivian Megaro, Public Relations Director: Nancy Rozon, Vocal Director; Mary Figliola, Substitute Director did a great job selecting students from different countries.

Over the past 26 years, the club has awarded more than $36,000 in scholarships to 54 seniors of Martin and St. Lucie counties.  The scholarship is based on need and a proven record of academic excellence.

SACI was the first Hispanic social, civic and sport club to award scholarships to Hispanic seniors from Martin and St. Lucie Counties public High Schools. Today, the nonprofit club continues to embrace diversity and give all members of the community an equal chance to pursue their dreams.

The mission of the club is to promote friendship and solidarity among its members, neighbors and other non profit organizations of the Treasure Coast through cultural, social, civic, charity and sports activities to promote knowledge of the Spanish speaking countries, their geography, history, art and folklore.

Scholarship Award Night at Ft. Pierce Central High School May. 15, 2019.

Photo # 1 From left Yvonne Bonet, Nancy Rozon and Elizabeth Mejía

Photo # 2 From left Nancy Rozon and Elizabeth Mejía

Photo # 3 From left María McCutheon, Pam Peña, Alejandra López-De Cruz, Ruby Martinez, Laura Mejía, Nancy Rozon and Elizabeth Mejía

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Mother’s 2019

May 26, 2019 Leave a comment

Spanish American Club, Inc. Mother’s Day Dinner Dance

By Herman Santa/Carlos Bonet

The Spanish American Club, Inc. hosted its traditional Mother’s Day Dinner Dance on Saturday, May 25 at the Disabled American Veterans Club in Port St. Lucie.

The event started with our master of ceremonies Carlos Bonet welcoming everyone to the event and gave an update of the status of the club and the next events of the of club. A moment of silence was observed for the members that are not longer with us and for the veteran.

Following the president’s speech the members and their guests enjoyed a delicious Latin buffet. The meal consisted of salad, bread, pulled pork, stew chicken, yucca, red beans, white rice, yellow rice with pigeon peas, dessert and coffee.

After the dinner, the DJ played a Mother’s Day song and a Happy Birthday song for members and their guests who were celebrating their birthdays this month, among them were: Eliecer Torres, Ligia Payne, Isa Bryson, Rubén Alemán, Blanca Stella Páez , Ana María Tarani, Belén Medina, Al Manzanares and Virginia González.

50/50 raffle winners were: Doris James, Norma Arroyo and Javier Andrade. Door prize winners were: Nereida Pellot, Ana Rodríguez, Judy Carrasquillo, Cookie Santiago, Agusto Rodríguez and Javier Andrade.

A big “Thank You” to the following members: Virginia and Rosendo Gonzalez, Lionel and Mercedes Roman, Dick and Karen Diamond, Angel and Nereida Pellot, Augusto Rodriguez, Gilbert Ferri, Carlos Mejia, Domingo Sanchez, Virginia Feliciano, Pamela Peña. Without your help these events would be overwhelming and a lot of hard work for our board of directors.

Volunteers are key to all successful organizations. Your example is a tribute to our club.  I hope I got everyone, but if I haven’t acknowledged you its because so much was going on. Your continued support for our scholarship program under the direction of Nancy Rozon, with Pamela Pena, Elizabeth Mejia and Maria McCutcheon is excellent. At our next event we will try to have all of this years scholarship recipients available for you to meet. Your generosity to our young servers also was amazing. I want to give special thanks to Board members, Al Feliciano, Evelyn Carrillo, Josie Guadalupe, Nancy Rozon, Mary Figliola and Vivian Megaro. Vivian also donated the roses that were given to each female participant. I am especially grateful for our cooks, Yvonne Bonet, Vivian Megaro, Melissa Sanchez and Bianca DeJesus. Food was great.

Thank you all that were able to participate at yesterdays Mothers Day Event. I appreciate all the help that was given by various members and guests. Augusto Rodriguez, Gilbert Ferri, Carlos Mejia, Domingo Sanchez, Lionel and Mercedes Roman, Dick and Karen Diamond, Virginia Feliciano, Pamela Pena, Angel and Nereida Pellot. Without your help these events would be overwhelming and a lot of hard work for our board of directors. Volunteers are key to all successful organizations. Your example is a tribute to our club.  I hope I got everyone, but if I haven’t acknowledged you its because so much was going on.

Please remember that if you are interested in participating in our Victory Cruise event on June 13, 2019 that you must inform Vivian Megaro, Josie Guadalupe, Al Feliciano or Evelyn Carrillo. I will not be available for that event. Thank you.

The Father’s Dinner Dance party on Saturday, June 29th will be held at the DAV Chapter 113, 1150 SW California Ave. Port St. Lucie, Fl 34953 from 6:30 PM to 11:00 P.M. Please contact Carlos Bonet for reservations at (917) 204-6141 at c.bonet@aol.com. For information regarding the club, visit our website http://www.thespanishamericanclubinc.org

Mark your calendar for our future events this year.

*”Independence Dance”, Saturday, July 27

* “Luau Dance”, Saturday, September 28,

* “Club’s Anniversary Dance”, Saturday, August 31

* “Halloween Dance”, Saturday, October 26

*”Thanksgiving Dance”, Saturday, November 30

* “Christmas Dinner Dance”, Saturday, December 28

El Spanish American Club, Inc. celebra Baile de “Las Madres”

Por Herman Santa

El sábado 25 de mayo los socios del Spanish American Club, Inc. celebraron la cena/baile anual en honor a las madres en el Disabled American Veterans Club en la ciudad de Port St. Lucie.

El baile estuvo amenizado por el D.J. José Ramirez. El maestro de ceremonias fue nuestro presidente Carlos Bonet. Antes de la cena Carlos les dio la bienvenida a todos y nos puso al dia de los próximos eventos del club y se orservó un minuto de silencio en honor a los socios fallecidos y a los veteranos.

Los socios e invitados deleitaron su paladar con un delicioso bufét latino. El menú tenia de todo ensaladas, lechón asado, pollo guisado, yuca, arroz blanco, arroz con gandules, frijoles rojos, frijoles negros, postre y cafe.

Después de la cena se celebraron los cumpleaños de los siguientes socios; Eliécer Torres, Ligia Payne, Isa Bryson, Rubén Alemán, Blanca Stella Páez , Ana María Tarani, Belén Medina, Al Manzanares y Virginia González.

Los ganadores de las rifas fueron: 50/50 Doris James, Norma Arroyo y Javier Andrade. Los de los premios fueron: Nereida Pellot, Ana Rodríguez, Judy Carrasquillo, Cookie Santiago, Agusto Rodríguez y Javier Andrade

El club es una organización sin fines lucrativos compuesta por socios residentes de los condados de Martín y St. Lucie que se dedican a preservar y promover la herencia hispana en la Costa del Tesoro.

El próximo event del club está planeados para celebrar “El Dia de los Padres” el sábado 29 de junio en el Disabled American Veterans Hall de Port St. Lucie.  La Cena/Baile será con bufét latino. Reservación es requerida.  Para reservar y más información por favor contactar al presidente del club Carlos Bonet al (917) 204-6141 (c.bonet@aol.com). Para buscar más información con respecto al club visite: www.thespanishamericanclubinc.org

Futuro calendario de actividades del club

*”Independence Dance”, Saturday, July 27

* “Luau Dance”, Saturday, September 28,

* “Club’s Anniversary Dance”, Saturday, August 31

* “Halloween Dance”, Saturday, October 26

*”Thanksgiving Dance”, Saturday, November 30

* “Christmas Dinner Dance”, Saturday, December 28

From left Vivian Megaro selling 50/50 raffle tickets to Rosendo González

50/50 Raffle winners: from left Doris James, Norma Arroyo and Javier Andrade

Door prize winners: Nereida Pellot, Ana Rodríguez, Judy Carrasquillo, Cookie Santiago, Agusto Rodríguez and Javier Andrade.

Birthday celebration: From left Blanca Stella Páez , Ana María Tarani, Belén Medina, Al Manzanares and Virginia González.

Scholarship 2019

May 21, 2019 Leave a comment

The Spanish American Club, Inc. awards scholarship

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. is proud to recognize one outstanding student selected to receive one of the six club’s 2019 scholarship awards. The recipient is Ruby Martinez of Ft. Pierce.

More Info. coming soon………………………………………

This year scholarship committee Chair by Nancy Rozon and Co-chair by Elizabeth Mejía, María McCutheon and Pamela Peña along with the board of directors Carlos Bonet, President; Al Feliciano, Vice President; Evelyn Carrillo, Secretary; Josephine Guadalupe, Treasurer; Vivian Megaro, Public Relations Director: Nancy Rozon, Vocal Director; Mary Figliola, Substitute Director did a magnificent job selecting the students and running the program smoothly. The committee selected the students for their achievements, trustworthiness, character, responsibility, fairness and academics.

The scholarship was established in 1992 for low-income students. Over the past 27 years, the club has awarded more than $36,000 in scholarships to 54 senior of Martin and St. Lucie counties. The board raises money for the scholarships by having 50/50 raffles at the monthly dance parties. The board also organizes other events such as picnics, cruises and garage sales. The committees organize events such as bowling, golf and dominoes tournaments. The Golf Group plays golf every Friday at The Saints Golf Course in Port St. Lucie.  They hold a 50/50 raffle on the last Friday of the month. The Bowling Group plays every Monday at 6:00 P.M. at the Saint Lucie Lanes. The bowling group has a 50/50 raffle on the first Monday of the month.

The mission of the club is to promote friendship and solidarity among its members, neighbors and other non profit organizations of the Treasure Coast through cultural, social, civic, charity and sports activities to promote knowledge of the Spanish speaking countries, their geography, history, art and folklore.

The following students have been awarded scholarships since 1994.

Year/Name/Ethnicity/City

1994/Armando Gil/México/Ft.Pierce

1995/Elisa Rodríguez/Puerto Rico/Pt. St. Lucie

1996/Jennifer Torres/Puerto Rico/Pt. St. Lucie

1997/Alfredo Rosado/Puerto Rico/Pt. St. Lucie

1998/Pedro Luna/México/Ft. Pierce

1999/Ella R. Flores/México/Ft. Pierce

2000/Miguel J. Gaspar/Guatemala/Indiantown

2001/Gabriela Padilla/México/Indiantown

2002/Roberto Cabrera/México/Ft. Pierce

2003/María A. Fernández/Venezuela/Stuart

2004/Mónica A. Herrera/Colombia/Pt. St. Lucie

2005/Viridiana Félix/Guatemala/Indiantown

2006/Jessica Benítez/México/Pt. St. Lucie

2006/Miriam Hernández/Guatemala/Indiantown

2007/Amy Pérez/Guatemala/Indiantown

2007/Daisy Trujillo/México/Indiantown

2007/Venessa Pelayo/México/Ft Pierce

2008/Floriberta Reynoso/México/Ft. Pierce

2008/Anthony Sanchez/Colombia/Ft. Pierce

2009/Tayliz J. Rodríguez/Puerto Rico/Palm City

2009/Ana G. Fuentes/México/Indiantown

2010/ Marisol Gómez/México/Ft. Pierce

2010/ Elba Valdéz/México/Stuart

2011/ Nancy Velásquez/Guatemala/Indiantown

2011/ Tatiana Muñoz/Colombia/Port St. Lucie

2011/ Adriana Rodríguez/Cuba/Port St. Lucie

2012/ Lorena Morales/ México/Indiantown

2012/Vladimir Villa/México/Stuart

2012/Daniel González/Venezuela/Ft. Pierce

2013/Sarahi Mojáras/México/Stuart

2013/Pamela Garcia/México/Stuart

2013/Vanessa Guárnico/Colombia/Port St. Lucie

2014/Samuel Villa/México/Stuart

2014/Antonett Nuñez/Perú/Stuart

2015/Juan Carlos Perez/Guatemala/Jensen Beach

2015/Matias N. Campora/Uruguay/Port St. Lucie

2016/Nicholas Gomez/Colombia/Port St. Lucie

2016/Alexia Cepeda/Mexico/Port St. Lucie

2016/Ariana Ramos/Puerto Rico/Port St. Lucie

2017/Gabriela Garcia/Mexico/Ft. Pierce

2017/Jennifer Arriola/Nicaragua/Ft Pierce

2017/Barbara Moreno/Venezuela/Stuart

2017/Moriah Weir/Jamaica/Ft. Pierce

2017/Dayana Espinosa/Mexico/Ft. Pierce

2018/Alexis Weist/Ecuador/Port St. Lucie

2018/Cecilia E. Calderon/El Salvador/Port St. Lucie

2018/India M. Crosske/USA/Port St. Lucie

2018/Johana Fernandez/Cuba/Port St. Lucie

2019/Laura Mejía/Colombia/Ft. Pierce

2019/Rudy Martinez/Mexico/Ft. Pierce

Scholarship Committee 2019

May 7, 2019 Leave a comment

The Spanish American Club, Inc. scholarship available to Martin and St. Lucie counties 2019

By Herman Santa

Scholarship Committee: From left María McCuthion, Elizabeth Mejía, Nancy Rozon and Pam Peña

Scholarship Committee: From left María McCuthion, Elizabeth Mejía, Nancy Rozon and Pam Peña

The Spanish American Club, Inc. (SACI) scholarship is available to graduating seniors who live in Martin and St. Lucie counties.  The scholarship is administered by the Spanish American club, Inc. Scholarship Committee.

This year scholarship committee Chair by Nancy Rozon and Co-chair by Elizabeth Mejia, María McCutheon and Pamela Peña along with the board of directors Carlos Bonet, President; Al Feliciano, Vice President; Evelyn Carrillo, Secretary; Josephine Guadalupe, Treasurer; Vivian Megaro, Public Relations Director: Nancy Rozon, Vocal Director; Mary Figliola, Substitute Director will continue selecting the students and running the program smoothly. The committee selected the students for their achievements, trustworthiness, character, responsibility, fairness and academics.

The scholarship was established in 1992 for low-income Hispanic students. Over the past 26 years, the club has awarded more than $31,000 in scholarships to 48 Hispanic senior of Martin and St. Lucie counties.

The scholarships are awarded based on financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or better.  Letters of recommendation are accepted. The students will be selected after one-on-one interview by the Spanish American Club, Inc. Scholarship Committee.

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements for consideration: (1) Martin or St. Lucie county senior.  (2) Resident of either county. (3) Copy of the original transcript from the high school.

Eligible students should submit the application by Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2019.  Applications are available from Martin and St. Lucie counties Guidance Counselors.  For more information contact Nancy Rozon at (772) 486-7345, E-mail: nancy5748@att.net or visit http://www.thespanishamericanclubinc.org.  Please send all correspondence to Spanish American Club, Inc.  P.O. Box 9356, Port St. Lucie, FL 34985

GENERAL INFORMATION:  The Spanish American Club, Inc. is a non-profit Organization whose main goals are to promote friendship and solidarity among its members and other institutions, through social, cultural and civic activities and to promote the knowledge of the Spanish speaking countries, geography, history, art, culture and folklore.  The Spanish American Club, Inc. Scholarship award 2018, for Hispanic Students of Martin & St. Lucie Counties Public High Schools.

SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT: One scholarship per student of One Thousand dollars ($1000.00) is applicable to college tuition or books.

SCHOLARSHIP DURATION: One year

COLLEGE: Any college or university

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION: The Spanish American Club, Inc. scholarship application can be obtained and filed at the guidance counselor’s office every year before February 28.  The guidance department shall forward the application and transcripts of the student to the scholarship committee of The Spanish American Club, Inc. for final review.    Selected applicants shall be called for an interview with the Committee.  IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT TO INSURE THAT ALL DEADLINES ARE MET.

BASIS FOR SELECTION: (1) Fill out the application from the Spanish American Club, Inc. (2) Copy of original transcript from the High School signed by the Guidance counselor. (3) Letters of recommendation from the Guidance counselor or teacher. (3) Must be a senior student from Martin or St. Lucie counties public schools. (4) Resident of either county. (5) Demonstrated financial need and (5) “3.” or better grade-point average (GPA).

 STUDENT QUALIFICATIONS: (1) The student must be of Hispanic heritage. (2) In case of equal qualifications between two students, the applicant with lesser financial resources shall be awarded the scholarship.

METHOD OF PAYMENT: Check will be sent by mail to the scholarship foundation program of the College or University.

SELECTION OF WINNER: The selection of the scholarship recipient will be made by the scholarship committee of the Spanish American Club, Inc. after interview with selected applicants.

SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA: Prior to scholarship award, student selected for scholarship must show proof of acceptance for enrollment to attend any College or University. The student must send verification of enrollment, class schedule, ID #, etc.

Scholarship Updates

Crunchy numbers since 1994

48 Hispanic students has been awarded scholarships

$31,000 awarded in scholarships to Hispanics (Martin and St. Lucie)

El Spanish American Club, Inc. (SACI) anuncia becas para estudiantes hispanos 2017

Por Herman Santa

Por veintedós años consecutivos El Spanish American Club, Inc. otorgará becas a estudiantes hispanos que continuarán sus estudios en cualquier colegio o universidad de Florida.

Este año el Comité de Becas está compuesto por Nancy Rozon, Co-chair by Elizabeth Mejia, María McCutheon y Pamela Peña y la Junta Directiva compuesta por Carlos Bonet, Presidente; Al Feliciano, Vice Presidente; Evelyn Carrillo, Secretaria; Josephine Guadalupe, Tesorera; Vivian Megaro, Relaciones Públicas: Nancy Rozon, Vocal y Mary Figliola.

El Spanish American Club, Inc. aceptará solicitudes hasta el martes 28 de febrero del 2019 para tres becas de $1000 cada una para estudiantes hispanos que se graduarán este verano de las Escuelas Superiores públicas de los condados de Martín y St. Lucie.  Para calificar, el solicitante debe ser de bajos ingresos, completar la solicitud del programa de becas del club, deberá tener un promedio mínimo de 3.0.  Las solicitudes están disponibles en la oficina del “Guidance Counselor” en los condados ya mencionados.

Estudiantes interesados pueden llamar a Nancy al (772) 486-7345, E-mail: nancy5748@att.net. Por favor mandar toda la correspondencia al Spanish American Club, Inc.  P.O. Box 9356, Port St. Lucie, FL 34985. Busquen más información en nuestra página web: www.thespanishamericanclubinc.org.

Scholarship 2019 (Mejia)

May 5, 2019 Leave a comment

The Spanish American Club, Inc. awards scholarship

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. is proud to recognize one outstanding student selected to receive one of the six club’s 2019 scholarship awards. The recipient is Laura Mejía of Ft. Pierce.

Laura was born in Texas. Her parents were born in Antioquia, Colombia and now she is living with her mother Adriana Molina in Ft. Pierce. Laura attends Fort Pierce Central High School. This fall she will continue her studies and begin the bachelor’s program at Indian River State College. She plans to major in Business Administration and her biggest goal is to one day open her own business and give back to the community.

This year scholarship committee Chair by Nancy Rozon and Co-chair by Elizabeth Mejía, María McCutheon and Pamela Peña along with the board of directors Carlos Bonet, President; Al Feliciano, Vice President; Evelyn Carrillo, Secretary; Josephine Guadalupe, Treasurer; Vivian Megaro, Public Relations Director: Nancy Rozon, Vocal Director; Mary Figliola, Substitute Director did a magnificent job selecting the students and running the program smoothly. The committee selected the students for their achievements, trustworthiness, character, responsibility, fairness and academics.

The scholarship was established in 1992 for low-income students. Over the past 27 years, the club has awarded more than $32,000 in scholarships to 47 Hispanic senior of Martin and St. Lucie counties. The board raises money for the scholarships by having 50/50 raffles at the monthly dance parties. The board also organizes other events such as picnics, cruises and garage sales. The committees organize events such as bowling, golf and dominoes tournaments. The Golf Group plays golf every Friday at The Saints Golf Course in Port St. Lucie.  They hold a 50/50 raffle on the last Friday of the month. The Bowling Group plays every Monday at 6:00 P.M. at the Saint Lucie Lanes. The bowling group has a 50/50 raffle on the first Monday of the month.

The mission of the club is to promote friendship and solidarity among its members, neighbors and other non profit organizations of the Treasure Coast through cultural, social, civic, charity and sports activities to promote knowledge of the Spanish speaking countries, their geography, history, art and folklore.

The following students have been awarded scholarships since 1994.

Year/Name/Ethnicity/City

1994/Armando Gil/México/Ft.Pierce

1995/Elisa Rodríguez/Puerto Rico/Pt. St. Lucie

1996/Jennifer Torres/Puerto Rico/Pt. St. Lucie

1997/Alfredo Rosado/Puerto Rico/Pt. St. Lucie

1998/Pedro Luna/México/Ft. Pierce

1999/Ella R. Flores/México/Ft. Pierce

2000/Miguel J. Gaspar/Guatemala/Indiantown

2001/Gabriela Padilla/México/Indiantown

2002/Roberto Cabrera/México/Ft. Pierce

2003/María A. Fernández/Venezuela/Stuart

2004/Mónica A. Herrera/Colombia/Pt. St. Lucie

2005/Viridiana Félix/Guatemala/Indiantown

2006/Jessica Benítez/México/Pt. St. Lucie

2006/Miriam Hernández/Guatemala/Indiantown

2007/Amy Pérez/Guatemala/Indiantown

2007/Daisy Trujillo/México/Indiantown

2007/Venessa Pelayo/México/Ft Pierce

2008/Floriberta Reynoso/México/Ft. Pierce

2008/Anthony Sanchez/Colombia/Ft. Pierce

2009/Tayliz J. Rodríguez/Puerto Rico/Palm City

2009/Ana G. Fuentes/México/Indiantown

2010/ Marisol Gómez/México/Ft. Pierce

2010/ Elba Valdéz/México/Stuart

2011/ Nancy Velásquez/Guatemala/Indiantown

2011/ Tatiana Muñoz/Colombia/Port St. Lucie

2011/ Adriana Rodríguez/Cuba/Port St. Lucie

2012/ Lorena Morales/ México/Indiantown

2012/Vladimir Villa/México/Stuart

2012/Daniel González/Venezuela/Ft. Pierce

2013/Sarahi Mojáras/México/Stuart

2013/Pamela Garcia/México/Stuart

2013/Vanessa Guárnico/Colombia/Port St. Lucie

2014/Samuel Villa/México/Stuart

2014/Antonett Nuñez/Perú/Stuart

2015/Juan Carlos Perez/Guatemala/Jensen Beach

2015/Matias N. Campora/Uruguay/Port St. Lucie

2016/Nicholas Gomez/Colombia/Port St. Lucie

2016/Alexia Cepeda/Mexico/Port St. Lucie

2016/Ariana Ramos/Puerto Rico/Port St. Lucie

2017/Gabriela Garcia/Mexico/Ft. Pierce

2017/Jennifer Arriola/Nicaragua/Ft Pierce

2017/Barbara Moreno/Venezuela/Stuart

2017/Moriah Weir/Jamaica/Ft. Pierce

2017/Dayana Espinosa/Mexico/Ft. Pierce

2018/Alexis Weist/Ecuador/Port St. Lucie

2018/Cecilia E. Calderon/El Salvador/Port St. Lucie

2018/India M. Crosske/USA/Port St. Lucie

2018/Johana Fernandez/Cuba/Port St. Lucie

2019/Laura Mejía/Colombia/Ft. Pierce

Dominoes 2019

April 29, 2019 Leave a comment

Spanish American Club Annual picnic

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. members celebrated their annual picnic at Jensen Beach Park on Hutchinson Island on Saturday, April 27. While some enjoyed the beach, others played dominoes, danced and celebrated their birthdays.

 

Photo #1 José Santiago, Mirta Zapata, Iván Guanill and Roberto Belardo

Photo # 2 Ray Matias, Cookie Santiago, Néstor Pereira and Félix Asencio

Photo # 3 Augusto Rodríguez, Rubén Alemán, Gilberto Ferri and José Echevarría

Photo # 4 Joe Colón, Lynette Crespo, Jorge Meléndez and Herman Santa

Picnic 2019

April 28, 2019 Leave a comment

Spanish American Club Annual picnic

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. members celebrated their annual picnic at Jensen Beach Park on Hutchinson Island on Saturday, April 27. While some enjoyed the beach, others played dominoes, danced and celebrated their birthdays.

After the cook out, the members and their guests celebrated birthdays of Carlos Bonet, Carlos Mejía, Lucy Santa, Herman Santa, Millie Asencio and José Santiago with a birthday cake and song. The winners of the 50/50 raffle were, Lily Cruz, Lou Rosa and Lynette Crespo.

As usual, all of this was made possible through the hard work of our Board of Directors: President, Carlos Bonet; Vice President, Al Feliciano,; Treasurer, Josie Guadalupe, Secretary, Evelyn Carrillo; Public Relations, Vivian Megaro; Director, Nancy Rozon and Subtitute Mary Figliora, the picnic committee and other volunteers.

The nonprofit organization from Martin and St. Lucie counties was founded in 1992 and it is the oldest social, civic, benevolence and sport organization on the Treasure Coast. The mission of the club is to promote friendship and solidarity among its members and other non profit institutions of the Treasure Coast through cultural, social and civic activities and to promote the knowledge of the Spanish speaking countries, their geography, history, art and folklore.

Next event of the club has been scheduled for Saturday, May 25th to celebrate our Annual Mother’s Day Dinner Dance.  For information about the club, please contact the new president of the club, Carlos Bonet at: c.bonet@aol.com. To learn more information about the club and to read and to see more photographs of the events since 1992, visit: www.thespanishamericanclubinc.org

Spanish American Club celebra picnic anual

Por Herman Santa

El pasado sábado 27 de abril Socios, familiares y amigos del Spanish American Club, Inc. (SACI) gozaron del pasadía anual del club en la playa de Jensen Beach en Hutchinson Island.

Mientras algunos disfrutaban de la playa otros bailaron y jugaron dominoes. Después del asado se celebraron los compleaños de los socios presentes entre ellos Carlos Bonet, Dory Ortiz, Carlos Mejía, Lucy Santa, Herman Santa, Yolanda Torres, Millie Asencio y José Santiago. También se hizo la rifa del 50/50 para la beca del club. Los ganadores fueron Lily Cruz, Lou Rosa y Lynette Crespo.

Gracias a los directores del club Presidente, Carlos Bonet; Vice Presidente, Al Feliciano,; Tesorera, Josie Guadalupe, Secretaria, Evelyn Carrillo; Relaciones Públicas, Vivian Megaro; Director, Nancy Rozon y Subtituta Mary Figliora por organizar este evento tan importante para los socios del club.

El SACI es una organización sin lucro fundada en el 1992. Los socios se reunen el último sábado de cada mes en el Disabled American Veterans Hall en la ciudad de Port St. Lucie con el propósito de compartir compañerismo y bailar. En los eventos mensuales se levantan fondos para las becas estuduantiles del club y costear los evento mensuales del club.

La próxima actividad del club está planeada para celebrar “Mother Day” el sábado 25 de mayo. Reservaciones son requeridas. Personas interesadas en unirse al grupo de hispanos pueden contactar a Carlos Bonet at: c.bonet@aol.com. Para más información visiten: www.thespanishamericanclubinc.org

Photo # 1 Lily Cruz, Lou Rosa and Lynette Crespo

Photo # 2 Members and their guests enjoying the picnic

Photo # 3 Carlos Bonet, Dory Ortiz, Carlos Mejía, Lucy Santa, Herman Santa, Yolanda Torres, Millie Asencio

Photo # 4 Mirta Zapata and Sylvia Rivera

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