Scholarship Golf Tournament $150 Sponsors!!

Thank you to our $250 and $500 sponsors as well
They will be listed here next month!!

George Barbero Family
Charles Mossina – Attorney
Plaza Auto Services
Vallone Insurance Agency
Photo Sciacero
Olivero Plumbing
Sunset View Cemetery
Lou Guida Family
Fratellanza Board of Directors
Clem & Emma Quirico Family
Milan Salami Company
Bruce DeBenedictis
Val Betti Plumbing & Heating
Peralta Construction
Brignole & Ghiri Insurance
Homemade Ravioli
Fratellanza Luncheon Committee
Canyon Swim School
Berkeley Cement
Ligure Club
Evergood Sausage Company
Dianda’s Italian-American Pastry
MS2 Medical – Mike Miller
Shum Financial Group
Maggiora Baking Company

Scholarship Golf Tournament & Dinner AUG 25

It’s not too late to sign up to play in our annual golf classic or make
reservations for the dinner following. Both benefit our Scholarship
fund.

The tournament will be played at the newly (& beautifully) remodeled
South Course in Alameda, now one of the best courses in the Bay
Area!

Please contact Steve Taddei (510.506.3028)
or Ron Blair (925.819.2495) for more information!

Columbus Day Queen Contest

The Fratellanza Club is currently seeking single young ladies between the ages of 16 to 25 to represent our club in the upcoming Columbus Day Queen Contest, to be held this summer. A Queen will be selected and all remaining contestants will become Princesses for the year. The Queen and Princesses are sponsored by the Clubs of the Italian American Federation of the East Bay.

All candidates must be of Italian descent and may be a daughter, granddaughter, great granddaughter, niece, cousin or any female relative of any member of the Fratellanza Club or the Fratellanza Women’s Social Club.

Applications are available from Fratellanza Club President Tim Tomei, Fratellanza Women’s

St Columba Memorabilia Wanted!

Did you family live in Emeryville when it was predominately Italian?

Did your Nona go to St Columba Catholic Church?

St Columba will be celebrating its 120th anniversary next year, and in preparation for the festivities we are looking for photos and documents from approximately 1906-1970 to illustrate the Italian era.  We are looking for wedding, baptism, confirmation & neighborhood photos to illustrate a timeline.  Your documents will be scanned and immediately returned to you.  Be assured, we will treat them with the care and respect they deserve.  PLEASE search your files and boxes and see what you can come up with!  Gratzie!

Please contact  Claudia Albano at (510) 773-0326 or Claudia.albano@acgov.org for more information!

Let’s finish the Fratellanza Garden

We now have a nice new parking lot on our west side and we have a natural redwood fence that defines a garden area. Part of that garden still looks like a construction site but there is no reason we can’t make it great again. The preparation work is done. We can now import some topsoil for the new planter that will wrap around three sides and more decomposed granite paving to enlarge the central walking surface. We already have a lot of benches. We have plaques out there that memorialize individuals who made big contributions and now it is our turn. I think we can come up with donations to cover the installation of new plants. There is a great tradition of the Italian Garden and we have a chance to continue it here. Let’s start with cypress trees, olive trees, some fruit trees and some vines. We have a wisteria but we could add another along with a bougainvillea. We have a rosemary shrub but we could add more along with oregano and other herbs. We can have flowers too. I volunteer to contribute for the Lazzarotto Family Fig Tree. I welcome others to sponsor a tree or plant. Once we get them all purchased I am sure we can get volunteer members to plant them some nice Saturday morning. Maybe we’ll break for lunch and our cooks will provide a tasty Italian lunch.

Once we have the garden planted we can figure out how to get some decorative lights up. This garden will be a very nice space to hang out for us and for outside events at the club. Send me your thoughts and let me know how you can contribute.

Roland Lazzarotto

Super Bowl Party! Feb 5

Make your Plans for Super Bowl Sunday!

Come to the Club and watch the game on the big screen!

Snacks & Dinner – Cost is only $15 – Don’t Miss out!

The bocce courts are open and the card tables are up for the non-football fans

Call the club for reservations 510-547-9435 by Feb 2 Please!