American Committee on Italian Migration to hold annual luncheon
NEW HAVEN — The New Haven Women’s Division of the American Committee on Italian Migration will hold its 36th annual luncheon at noon Nov. 2 at Anthony’s Oceanview Restaurant.
Dr. Joseph Julius Bruno and Pio Imperati will be given the Distinguished Service Award.
Cost for the luncheon is $40. Checks made out to ACIM can be mailed to Linda DeFillippo, 1 Carolyn Court, North Haven 06473.
Bruno is 101. His community service includes his medical service to Italian immigrants during 1930-1940; service in World War II and Korean War as ranking general; Connecticut surgeon general; service work at Veterans Hospital; entertains residents at Whitney Center.
Pio Imperati is a post World War II American. His contributions and civic organizations are: The Knights of Columbus; The Amity Club, and Champania Club that donates to charities gives scholarships; active member of his parish, Holy Infant Church in Orange, and St. Anthony’s Church in New Haven that has serves the Italian Immigrants; and a youth advocate, sponsoring the Westville Youth Association baseball teams; and soccer teams in Orange.