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Father’s Day 2012

June 21, 2012 Leave a comment

Annual Father’s Day Picnic of the Spanish American Club, Inc.

By Herman Santa

The event was held at Jensen Beach Park on Hutchinson Island on Saturday, June 16.   Perfect weather for a picnic kept everyone enjoying a barbecue with drinks, music and games.  While some enjoyed a walk on the beach, others played dominoes or rummykub.  Next up on the calendar of events of the club is the Annual Independences Party (Celebration of the independences of USA, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia and Perú) on Saturday, July 21.

Nereida Pellot and Billy Betancourt

L to R: Nereida Pellot, Angel Pellot (Son) and Angel Pellot (Father)

L to R: Ida Gallant, Hermans Santa, Ray Cruz, Ray Matias, Nancy Rozon, Linda Manzanares and Maria Lopez.

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Dominoes 2012

June 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Dominoes

By Herman Santa

The event was held at Jensen Beach Park on Hutchinson Island on Saturday, June 16.   Perfect weather for a picnic kept everyone enjoying a barbecue with drinks, music and games.  While some enjoyed a walk on the beach, others played dominoes or rummykub.  Next up on the calendar of events of the club is the Annual Independences Party (Celebration of the independences of USA, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia and Perú) on Saturday, July 21.

L to R: Joe Castro, Ray Matias, Leo Roman and Ray Cruz playing a game of dominoes at the Annual Family Picnic of the club.

Rommykub 2012

June 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Rommykub game

By Herman Santa

The event was held at Jensen Beach Park on Hutchinson Island on Saturday, June 16.   Perfect weather for a picnic kept everyone enjoying a barbecue with drinks, music and games.  While some enjoyed a walk on the beach, others played dominoes or rummykub.  Next up on the calendar of events of the club is the Annual Independences Party (Celebration of the independences of USA, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia and Perú) on Saturday, July 21.

L to R: Linda Manzanares, Maria Lopez, Nancy Rozon and Lucy Santa playing a game of rummykub at the Annual Family Picnic of the club

Picnic 2012

June 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Annual Family Picnic of the Spanish American Club, Inc.

By Herman Santa

The event was held at Jensen Beach Park on Hutchinson Island on Saturday, June 16.   Perfect weather for a picnic kept everyone enjoying a barbecue with drinks, music and games.  While some enjoyed a walk on the beach, others played dominoes and rummykub.

Among the guests were: Angel and Nereida Pellot, Angel Pellot (Son), Nereida Pellot (Daughter, Hans Ewald, Maria Delgado and Paulita Alejandro.  Thanks to the board of directors who planned the event.  Next up on the calendar of events of the club is the Annual Independences Party (Celebration of the independences of USA, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia and Perú) on Saturday, July 21.

L to R: Al Manzanares, Gus Meza and Karen Meza enjoying the picnic

L to R: (Back Row) Ida Gallant, Maria Delgado, Leo Roman, Angel Pellot, Hans Ewald, Robert Candelario, Nora Candelario, Frank Schroedl, Angel Pellot Jr., Nereida Pellot, Lucy Santa, Joe Castro, Karen Meza, Gus Meza, Vicky Rodriguez, Nilda Betancourt, Billy Betancourt and Norma Castro. Front Row: Carlos Melendez, Ray Cruz, Ray Matias, Nancy Rozon, Linda Manzanares and Maria Lopez.

Nilda Betancourt, Nora Candelario and Robert Candelario

 

 

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Scholarship 2012 (Morales)

June 13, 2012 Leave a comment

Spanish American Club, Inc. awards scholarship to local Hispanic student

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. recently awarded a scholarship to a local Hispanic student.  The one year scholarship of $500, which is dependent on trust earnings, covers tuition, books, school supplies or other college expenses.

The recipient of the 2012 scholarship award is Lorena Morales who was born in Mexico and lives in Indiantown.  Lorena is a student at Martin County South Fork High School will attend Indian River State College to become a nurse.

Lorena was selected as a winner from more that 15 students who applied for the scholarship of the club.  The award is presented each year by the club and is based on grades, academic accomplishments and economic needs.

The scholarship was established in 1994 and has awarded over $14,000 since its inception.  More than 26 high school students have benefited from the scholarships.

This year scholarship committee chair is Herman Santa, co chair with Isa Bryson, Nancy Rozon and Nora Candelario selected the students for their achievements, trustworthiness, character, responsibility, fairness, caring and academics.

The students were asked to write an essay in Spanish and submit letters of recommendation.  They were interviewed by the committee and were asked several questions concerning their goals and objectives and why they deserved the scholarship. The students have been awarded $500 scholarships.

The members of the club organize monthly events such as dances, golf, bowling and dominoes tournaments, picnics and boat trips to raise funds for the scholarship and to run the club.

Photo: Lorena Morales, 2012 scholarship winner

Scholarship 2012 (Gonzalez)

June 13, 2012 Leave a comment

Spanish American Club, Inc. awards scholarship

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. recently awarded scholarship to a local Hispanic student.  The one year scholarship of $500, which is dependent on trust earnings, covers tuition, books, school supplies or other college expenses.

The recipient of the 2012 scholarship award is Daniel Gonzalez who was born in Venezuela and lives in Ft. Pierce.  Vladimir is a student at Lincoln Park Academy will attend Indian River State College to become an engineer.

Daniel was selected as a winner from more that 15 students who applied for the scholarship of the club.  The award is presented each year by the club and is based on grades, academic accomplishments and economic needs.

The scholarship was established in 1994 and has awarded over $14,000 since its inception.  More than 26 high school students have benefited from the scholarships.

This year scholarship committee chair is Herman Santa, co chair with Isa Bryson, Nancy Rozon and Nora Candelario selected the students for their achievements, trustworthiness, character, responsibility, fairness, caring and academics.

The students were asked to write an essay in Spanish and submit letters of recommendation.  They were interviewed by the committee and were asked several questions concerning their goals and objectives and why they deserved the scholarship. The students have been awarded one year $500 scholarships.

The members of the club organize monthly events such as dances, golf, bowling and dominoes tournaments, picnics and boat trips to raise funds for the scholarship and to run the club.

Daniel Gonzalez, winner of 2012 scholarship

Scholarship 2012 (Villa)

June 13, 2012 Leave a comment

Spanish American Club, Inc. awards another scholarship

By Herman Santa

Vladimir Villa, winner of 2012 Scholarship

Vladimir Villa, winner of 2012 Scholarship

The Spanish American Club, Inc. recently awarded another scholarship to a local Hispanic student.  The one year scholarship of $500, which is dependent on trust earnings, covers tuition, books, school supplies or other college expenses.The recipient of the 2012 scholarship award is Vladimir Villa who was born in Mexico and lives in Stuart.  Vladimir is a student at Martin County High School will attend Indian River State College to become a teacher.

Vladimir was selected as a winner from more that 15 students who applied for the scholarship of the club. The award is presented each year by the club and is based on grades, academic accomplishments and economic needs.

The scholarship was established in 1994 and has awarded over $14,000 since its inception.  More than 26 high school students have benefited from the scholarships.

This year scholarship committee chair is Herman Santa, co chair with Isa Bryson, Nancy Rozon and Nora Candelario selected the students for their achievements, trustworthiness, character, responsibility, fairness, caring and academics.

The students were asked to write an essay in Spanish and submit letters of recommendation.  They were interviewed by the committee and were asked several questions concerning their goals and objectives and why they deserved the scholarship. The students have been awarded $500 scholarships.

The members of the club organize monthly events such as dances, golf, bowling and dominoes tournaments, picnics and boat trips to raise funds for the scholarship and to run the club.