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BRONX DEM CLUB’S BREAKFAST CELEBRATION
The Bronx Democratic Club hosted a breakfast for its supporters and local elected offi -
cials on Saturday, February 23 at Eastwood Manor. The breakfast was organized by Jevonni
Brooks, Shirley Fearon and Kevin Riley.
Local elected offi cials thanked residents for their continued support.
Photo by Fernando Justiniano
Local elected offi cials and lawyers showed their support. Photo by Fernando Justiniano
(l-r) Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, Attorney General Leticia James and Councilman Andy
King had a great time at the celebatory breakfast. Photo by Fernando Justiniano
COUPLE HONORED AT VALENTINE’S DINNER
Bronx Center residents Carmen Ramirez, 79, and her husband Luciano ‘Augustine’ Arce, 91,
have been in love for 57 years and their love began as a puppy love back when they met
while going to the movies on 14th Street in Manhattan in the early 1960s. They dated for one
month and then married in 1962 in Puerto Rico.
When asked what was the best gift they ever gave each other, Carmen said when Augustine
took her and three of the daughters to Puerto Rico to surprise her for her wedding.
Photo courtesy of Centers Health Care/Bronx Center
ST. FRANCES OF ROME CHURCH
CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH
St. Frances of Rome’s Church hosted its Black History Month Celebration on Sunday, February
24 at 761 E. 236th Street.
Society of St. Martin of Porres president Varahn Chamblee (r) celebrated with Sr. Karina,
who helped with setting up the event. Photo by Laura Stone
(l-r) Members of Society of St. Martin of Porres’ Fr. Ejiofor, Cynthia Rankin, Jacqueline Weir,
Alverine Roberts, Varahn Chamblee, Bernadette Heatley, Mauve Savoy Dorothy Strong, Barbara
Holmes, Micheline Joseph, Sylvia Kennedy and Fr. Frances. Photo by Laura Stone