Queens commemorates Columbus Day

Oct 12, 2018 494

The Federation of Italian-American Organizations of Queens held its 41st annual Columbus Day Parade in Astoria last Saturday, marching from Kaufman-Astoria Studios to Columbus Triangle at Astoria Boulevard and 31st Street, at the foot of the statue of the Great Navigator. Scenes from the event, starting at the top left: Dignitaries and invited guests lay the traditional wreath at the statue’s base. Next, the head of the parade approaches the triangle.

In the second row, The Italian-American Women’s Center of NYC; Parade Chairman Judge Jerry Iannece and Grand Marshal Angelo Vivolo, at a pre-parade reception at Kaufman-Astoria; Ralph Curatolo and family packed into a classic Fiat; and Bruno Macari giving a lift to 94-year young Battle of the Bulge participant Luke Gasparre.


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SOURCE: http://www.qchron.com

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