Keystone UNICO conducted its annual Valentine Social at La Buona Vita. Chapter president John Mecca was on hand to greet each guest upon arrival and handed all the ladies a chocolate heart in honor of Saint Valentine. The evening began with a cash bar social and the Duet “Skip Monday” performed popular love songs, which continued through the dinner hour and until the guests called it a night. Cathy Gavin and her staff provided a delicious Valentine buffet for Keystone UNICO members and their guests.
Among those attending were Ed Angeloni, Nancy Angeloni, Joe Berardelli, Cesira Berardelli, Carl Bianchi, Cathy Bianchi, Tom Carlucci, Robert Collins, Sandra Collins, Frank Coviello, Mary Ann Coviello, Ernie DeStefano, Phyllis DeStefano, Alycia Dente, Jackie Dente, Gene DiVizio, Toni DiVizio, Chris Falzett, Antonio Garzella, Chrisie Garzella, Sandra Graziano, Richard Grzenda, Elaine Grzenda, Drew Hailstone, Mary Hailstone, Carmela Iannetta, Patricia Jones, Mary Lou Karliak, Jim Mack, Mary Mack, Joseph Malinowski, Frances Malinowski, Jim Malone, Nancy Malone, Mark McDade, Michele McDade, Cherie’ Mecca, Dolores Mecca, John Mecca, Peter Noto, Sallie Noto, Ted Riggi, Valerie Riggi, Carol Scrimalli, David Shannon, Frani Shannon, Mary Sileo, Ann Summa, Ray Tropeano, Theresa Tropeano, Richard Vincenti, Andrea Vincenti, Marilyn Vitali and Nettie Wormuth.
At the March Meeting, to be held at the Radisson Hotel, Keystone UNICO will be hosting guest speaker and author Richard Muti, who will speak on his recently published sixth book, titled Cent’ Anni: The Sinatra Legend at 100. Following his presentation, Mr. Muti will offer signed copies of his book ($20).
To attend the dinner, make a reservation with Mark McDade at 570-343-7009. For those wishing to have dinner, the cost is $20. There is no charge for the presentation alone, but a reservation is still required.