The Society of Italian American Businessmen surprised 12 worthy charitable organizations over the last two weeks with $1,000 Christmas donations to help support their efforts.
Day 1: Welcome One Emergency Shelter
Day 2: Harford County Education Foundation
Day 3: RAACE (Race Against Abuse of Children Everywhere) Organization
Day 4: The Humane Society of Harford County
Day 5: Homecoming Project, Inc.
Day 6: Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union Benevolent Fund
Day 7: The Empty Stocking Fund
Day 8: Harvest House, Inc.
Day 9: Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding CTR
Day 10: Artesanos Don Bosco
Day 11: Jane M. Johnston Foundation
Day 12: Senator Bob Hooper House Hospice
Society of Italian American Businessmen brought the snow again last night to the annual Havre de Grace Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting 2017.
And kept the holiday spirit going in The Town of Bel Air Christmas Celebration. Buon Natale!
Thank you to Enotria, located in Forest Hill, for the accommodations and delicious menu. You never disappoint. Grazie!
The SIAB members supported the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County at the Annual Steak & Burger Dinner.
President Mark Dardozzi and officer Tony Palumbo presenting Mary Lynn Twenty, band director for C. Milton Wright High School Marching Band, with the trophy and $1500 cash award for taking 1st place at the Baltimore’s Columbus Day Parade & Commemoration. Bravo! — with Tony Palumbo andMark Dardozzi.
The Society of Italian American Businessmen received a 1st place trophy for their float from Columbus Celebrations Inc.
SIAB President: Mark Dardozzi
Design: Main St. Design. (Owner Bill Walden, Marianne Panos, Tarja Savonen, Steve Oliver.)
Float Builder: Jay Ward owner of Bel Air Auto Body and Ward Automotive.