The women of the Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National put on their second fashion fete with more than 120 guests, who enjoyed a perfectly prepared meal and delightful designs from Mario Pucci Boca. Models ages 3 to 9 strutted the runway, showing
A fun time was had by all at the third annual cigar and dance party hosted by the UNICO Highland Beach chapter to raise fun
Brian Piccolo Awards dinner and honored two outstanding high school seniors. The
awards were presented by UNICO chapters throughout
the United States.
ABOVE: (l-r) Event Chairwoman Ann Matarazzo with G
UNICO National President Lee Norelli was the special guest at the Highland Beach chapter’s monthly meeting. Norelli thanked the chapter for all the work it does in Palm Beach County and expressed gratitude for the help it has given UNICO National. AB
The Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National welcomed UNICO National to Delray Beach for the annual convention. More than 300 members of the Italian-American service organ-ization attended, traveling from several states. The five-day agenda was nonst
Karen Swedenborg, development manager at Boca Helping Hands, accepted a $1,000 donation from the Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National. The funds were made possible by the Ralph J. Torraco Food Bank/Shelter Fund Grant. ABOVE: Swedenborg with Frank
The Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National gathered for its May meeting, attended by special guests Dr. Frank and Linda DeFrank. Dr. DeFrank addressed members and presented Frank LoRe Jr., the chapter’s district governor, with a 25-year pin. Keynot
The Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National had its third-annual celebration named after the NFL star who died at age 26 from testicular cancer. This year, Madison Borsellino, 17, a figure skater with a 5.2 grade-point average, was honored with a ch
UNICO Highland Beach offers scholarships to 12th-graders graduating from Palm Beach County high schools. A chapter member who has chosen to remain anonymous has pledged up to $5,000 if other members match the amount. ‘We are off to a great start,’ sa
Eight to 12 care packages are mailed to U.S. service members every month as one of the community projects of the Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National. The most recent mailing was timed for Christmas. Members not only collect all of the items but
Members of the Highland Beach chapter of UNICO National lent a helping hand to Aqua Gulf Transport by providing products needed in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Erick Espino, son of chapter member Ana Cohen, started the initiative and reache
Bradley Falcone, a graduate of Atlantic High School and Eagle Scout who will attend Florida State University, won a $1,000-per-year scholarship for four years from the Highland Beach chapter of UNICO. Photo provided
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