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POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 2009 Page 5 Inducted into Casa Italia's Executive Hall of Fame The officers and directors of Casa Italia, Inc., the Stone Park home of the Chicagoland Italian-Ameri- can community, with 17 acres of land and buildings, proudly announces the 2nd Annual Executive Hall of Fame Gala luncheon on October 16, 2009 in the beautiful Florentine Room at these facilities. Formerly housing the seminary of the Scalabrini Fathers, the first Italian or- der of priests in America, Casa Italia houses dormito- ries, banquet hails, offices, a chapel and a dining room along with beautiful grassy acreage and outdoor facili- ties. Casa Italia was created to provide a home for the ac- tivities, festivals, functions, and meetings of all of the Italian clubs and organiza- tions in the Chicagoland area. On October 16, 2009, Casa Italia will have its 2nd annual luncheon honoring promi- nent Italian-American folks both in the Chicagoland area as well as nationally, who have distinguished them- selves in business and industry. For example, the inaugural year saw Amadeo Giannini, Patrick H. Arbor, Richard P. Perillo and Lido Anthony "Lee" Iacocca en- shrined with a plaque and graphically etched photo in the Florentine Room to honor their induction, the permanent facility for this "Hall of Fame." This year, prominent folks from commerce and indus- try will be inducted at a Columbus Day from Industrial Credit Union "Banking Done Better" ACCEPTING Advertisements 1 Liberty Square, Boston 02109 617-742-1616 gala luncheon on October 16, 2009, including: Paul Davies, senior chairman of the Americas for Aon Benfield; Gildo Mazzolin, founder and owner of Rex Carton Company; Salvatore A. Balsamo, founder of TAC Worldwide Companies; and Jerry Colangelo, former owner and chairman of the Phoenix Suns and the Arizona Diamond Backs. Salvatore A. Balsamo is the owner and founder of TAC Worldwide Companies, with over 30 years of experi- ence in the staffing indus- try. The largest privately held company of its kind in the United States, under his leadership and guidance, TAC Worldwide Companies has maintained the highest standards of integrity in both his organization and the industry. Throughout his career, Mr. Balsamo has held vari- ous leadership positions within his professional af- filiations, and includes service on the National Leadership Committee of the National Italian Ameri- can Sports Hall of Fame, and Induction into the order of Saint Michael, The Archangel, receipt of the prestigious Pirandello Lyceum's "I Migliori" Award, and founder and Trustee of the Balsamo Memorial Charitable Foundation. Given Mr. Balsamo's capa- bilities, it is no wonder that he has made TAC Worldwide Companies the success that it is today. Anyone interested in learning more about the gala luncheon on October 16, 2009 at 12:00 pm at Casa Italia in Stone Park should call (708) 345-5933. -Iappy Columbus ay Broadway Brake HEAVY DUTY TRUCK & BUS PARTS & SERVICE Philip D'Angelo, President 45 Broadway 1093 N. Mostello St. Somerville, MA Brockton, MA 617-666-1000 508-580-2213 Happy Columbus Day from EAST BOSTON ADULT ED. CENTER 119 London Street East Boston, MA 02128 (617) 567-7873 Prof. A vellani, Director English, GEl) Classes, US Immigration Services, Computer 1, Typing 1, College Placement, CDL Prep Apartment Placement Notary Public, Citizenship Classes Wonderlic Tests, U.S. Citizenship Tests, Languages 'FOUR VOYAGES' Christopher Columbus Made to the Americas Dominic Avellani In commemoration of Italian October Heritage Month, Mr. Dominic Avellani (certified history teacher) will make a presentation on the 'Four Voyages' Christo- pher Columbus made to the Americas. Everyone is wel- come to attend on Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10 AM at the East Boston Adult Ed. Center at 119 London Street, East Boston. (next to Sumner Tunnel). Telephone number is 617-567-7873. Happy Meeting Members' TY EAST BOSTON SATELLITE OFFICE =s NOW OPEN MARIE MATARESE 35 Bennington Street, East Boston 617:227.8929 MON. and TUES. 10:00 A.M. - 3.00 P.M. THURS. 11:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M. General Advertisements Sales and Rentals Memorials Legals ADVERTISING WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE