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Black/White Dance 2015

Spanish American Club celebrates black/white dance

By Herman Santa

The Spanish American Club, Inc. celebrates Black/White Dance on January 10, 2015 at the Disabled American Veterans Club in Port St. Lucie.

After the General Assembly meeting, the members enjoyed a variety of delicious sandwiches, raffles, birthdays celebration and music.  Door prize winners were: Karen Diamond, Ivan Guanill and Nereida Pellot. 50/50 winners were: Roberta Linares and Zaira Toro.

Members present celebrating their birthday were: Xiomara Guanill, Nereida Pellot, Felix Asencio, Dan Depagnier, Evergilio Cardona and Ray Matias. The event ended with dancing music with D.J. José Ramírez who entertained us until late in the evening.

Many thanks to the members who donated the door prizes and those members who helped with the decoration, the set -ups and planned the event. The new board extends its thanks to generous members and their guests who bought tickets for the 50/50 drawing.

The Spanish American Club, Inc. is a not-for-profit social, civic and sport organization comprised of members in Martin and St. Lucie counties who are dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the Hispanic heritage on the Treasure Coast.

Next event of the club has been scheduled for Saturday, February, 21, 2015, to celebrate “Spanish and American Oldies but Goodies” at the Disabled American Veterans Club in Port St. Lucie. Reservations are required. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the club, please contact the president of the club, Carlos Bonet, at c.bonet@aol.com. For more information about the club, please visit http://www.spanishamericanclubinc.org.

Photo # 1 New Board members: From left: Tony Colón, Nereida Pellot, Karen Diamond, Ivan Guanill, Kayra Toro, Roberta Linares, Nancy Rozon and Al Feliciano

Photo # 2 Past Presidents: From left Herman Santa, Mary Figliola, Jimmy Rivera and Carlos Bonet

Photo # 3 Door Prize winners: From left Nereida Pellot, Karen Diamond and Ivan Guanill






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