"The purpose of this organization is to promote the heritage, culture and traditions of Italian-Americans through social, educational and recreational events. The organization shall also advance the educational development of Italian-American youth by generating and distributing funds for collegiate scholarships."
Dinner Dance April 25th. You Can Help
This year’s Solon Italian Club Foundation Reverse Raffle/Dinner Dance will be held at Hilton Garden Inn/Twinsburg on Saturday, April 25th. Details will follow but it's always a really fun event. The Dance Committee could use some help with planning. There is a lot to do and a few more hands would help. Remember that this is an important fund raiser for our scholarship fund so please help out. You'll have a good time while doing important work. To volunteer contact Tom Romeo at firstname.lastname@example.org
To reserve tickets, please contact David Lunardi at 440-241-9489. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Foundation Scholarship Deadline Set for March 12th
The Solon Italian Club Foundation is awarding scholarships to students of the 2020 Senior Class of Solon High or members’ children that attend other high schools that are students of their 2020 Senior High School Class. Scholarship recipients are limited to students of Italian ancestry. (Parents, Grandparents, Great-Grandparents)
Solon High School students of Italian descent must obtain their scholarship application from the SHS Guidance web site: www.solonschools.org/guidance and follow the instructions for preparing and submitting. If a club member's son or daughter does not attend Solon High School they can request an application by emailing email@example.com. Non-Solon High School student applications are due in Bill Russo's office no later than 4 PM on March 12, 2020
Applications must be accompanied by an essay describing how growing up in an Italian Home will impact and influence your future. All submissions will be reviewed anonymously by Committee members to select the winner (or winners) of the award. Criteria used to determine recipients include: academics, after school activities and the quality of the essay.
Also Solon High School students of Italian descent are eligible for the Italian Cultural Essay Awards. The student will read a book provided by the Italian Cultural Foundation and submit an essay that will be graded by the professors from Lake Erie Colleges Italian Cultural Studies program. See the Solon Guidance Office for more details.
For more information please contact Scholarship Chairman Bill Russo via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are You Ready to Stuff 15,000 Eggs
The 36th Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Solon will be held Saturday, April 11th at 10 AM. To prepare for the Hunt, Club members and their families will gather on Friday, April 3rd at 6 PM to stuff 15,000 plastic eggs with candy. “It’s always a well-attended, fun event for the Club,” says Hunt Chairman Bob Yodice. “We get a great turnout – always over 100 people and we have a good system in place to get the job done!” The Hunt is totally underwritten by the Solon Italian Club.
As you can see from the pictures below it's a family affair!
The kitchen crew does have fun.
2/1 Leonard Visconti 2/8 Lou Bellante 2/11 Anthony D’Angelo 2/12 Larry DiBartolomeo 2/15 Bill Lopilo 2/17 Anthony Tomasone 2/18 Antonino Geiallanza 2/18 Augie Piscitello 2/20 Mark Bertolone 2/22 Richard Dinallo 2/24 Chris Stallano 2/25 Angelo Carcioppolo 2/25 Terry Dilisio 2/27 David Perry 2/27 Dan Trinetti
February 19, 2020. Board Meeting. 7:00 PM Solon Community Center.
February 26, 2020. General Meeting. 7:30 PM. Solon Community Center.
March 18, 2020. Board Meeting. 7:00 PM Solon Community Center.
March 25, 2020. General Meeting. 7:30 PM. Solon Community Center.
We hope to see you all soon!
If you haven't paid yet please don't forget to bring your membership dues of $75 to next week's meeting. If you can't make the meeting just drop a check in the mail. You can send your check, made out for $75 to the Solon Italian Club, to: