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Halloween 2020

November 17, 2020 Leave a comment

SACI members Celebrated Halloween

By Evelyn Carrllio

From left Elena Gomez, Gloria Jaramillo, Fideligno Casallas, Frank Megaro

The Halloween Event was celebrated at the Disabled American Veteran (DAV) located at 1150 SW California Blvd., Port St. Lucie, Fl. 34953 on October 31, 2020.  It was wonderful gathering at our usual place of celebrations.  Costumes were remarkable.  Everyone outdid themselves.  Everyone danced all night to the perfect selected music of DJ Carlos Bonet.  Thanks Carlos.

Elizabeth Mejia

October Birthdays: John Borras, Daniel Carroll, Fidelino Cassallas, Berta Del Nodal, Dick Diamond, Sofie Eisen, Maria Luisa Ferri, Elena Gomez, Rosendo Gonzalez, Josephina Guadalupe, Francisca Mata, Frank Megaro, Angel Rosario, Cecilia Santiago and Josselyn Serrano. 

Door Prize Winners: Felix Asencio, Elizabeth Mejia, Yvonne Bonet, Millie Asencio

From left Millie Asencio, Felix Asencio, Elizabeth Mejia, Yvonne Bonet

50/50 Winner: Elizabeth Mejia.  Ms. Mejia donated half of her winnings to the Scholarship fund.  The scholarship fund received a total of $85.00 that evening.  The Board of Directors wants to express their gratitude to all who participate with donating to the Scholarship fund.

Membership Dues/Candidacy for Board of Directors Positions: Attached you will find the second notice regarding the 2021 Members Dues.  The offer of $15.00 per current members will expire on December 31, 2020. All donations are non-refundable, as per the By-laws. (Article 34 page 15). Non-members will pay $30.00 per applicant. 

Candidacy for Board of Directors position: Any member can nominate another member for any position on the Board of Director. Nominee must accept the nomination.  Deadline for nominations is November 30, 2020.  Please submit your written nomination to SACI, P.O. Box 9356, Port Saint Lucie, Fl. 34985.  The current Board of Directors plan to run for 2021. 

Thanksgiving Event: It was the consensus of the Board not to conduct the Annual Thanksgiving Event due to the continuous elevating numbers of Covid-19.  Nevertheless, there is a great possibility that the Annual Christmas Event will take place.