Giglio Society Member 2017
Rivolye Alex — Brooklyn, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Cary Alex — Brooklyn, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Karen Bracco — Toms River, New Jersey
Giglio Society Member 2017
Frank Bracco — Toms River, New Jersey
Giglio Society Member 2017
Ralph Cefalo — Malba, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Joseph Panobianco — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Nikki Madio — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Anne Russello — New Rochelle, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
James Martino — Mamaroneck, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
John Spampinato — Moriches, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Phillip Miuccio — Wood Ridge, New Jersey
Giglio Society Member 2017
Steven Heller — Hainesport, New Jersey
Giglio Society Member 2017
Musky DelliCarpini — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Maria Monastersky — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Joe Trapani — Sharon Springs, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Nancee Madio — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Gerard Madio — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
LouAnn Landrini — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Thomas Landrini — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Anthony Scillia — Saddle Brook, New Jersey
Giglio Society Member 2017
Vincent Patuto — Long Island City, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Ronald Forino — Carle Place, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Bernard Uhlfelder — New York, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Thomas LaRusso — Mahopac, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Valerie Marie Smith — Flanders, New Jersey
Giglio Society Member 2017
Phil Bruno — South Hempstead, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Dominick Russello — New Rochelle, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Louis Lilio — New York, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Anthony Carotenuto — Bronx, New York
Giglio Society Member 2017
Nicholas Laccetti — New York, New York

Our Mission

Giglio Society of East Harlem Mission Statement

East Harlem Giglio society is a diverse religious and cultural organization of Catholics of Our Lady of
Mt Carmel Shrine Church in East Harlem New York City. Under the auspices of the Catholic Church and the
United States Catholic Conference, we are dedicated to honoring and encouraging devotion to our patron
Saint Anthony of Padua by organizing and producing our annual Giglio and procession.
In addition: our mission includes, in what was once the largest Italian neighborhood in the
United States, preserving the Italian American traditions, culture, history and heritage;
and strengthening the older and current community. East Harlem is one of the most undeserved and poorest
communities in New York City, by supporting, both morally and fiscally via the Catholic Church and our
neighborhoods other non-profit institutions which seek to improve the lives of our neighbors and
community members.

ABOUT

The Giglio Society of East Harlem is a devoted group of individuals who have dedicated their lives to honor Sant’ Antonio.

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History

Around the turn of the 1900’s, Italian Immigrants left in search of a better life for their families. During this time…

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COMMITTEE

The Giglio Society of East Harlem current Board of Directors, Capo Paranza’s, Lieutenants for our Giglio Boys and Girls.

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In Memoriam

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The Giglio Society of East Harlem living legends and first Capo Paranza’s.

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Society News

17 May '17

East Harlem 108th street Giglio – 1960’s – 1971

Family & Friends Video of East Harlem 108th street Giglio - mid 1960's through 1971.

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16 May '17

O’Giglio thru the Years by Phil Bruno

My Family Video of East Harlem Giglio throughout the Years of 1930's, 1940's, 1950's & 1982 East Tremont, Bronx, NY

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