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October 8, 2017: Seaside Heights, New Jersey Columbus Day Parade

October 9, 2017: Columbus Day Parade- Click on link to view updated parade information in NYC. 

October 24, 2017: Save the Date! Meet the President at The Venetian, Garfield New Jersey

October 27 - 28, 2017: It's the Eastern Regional in Providence, Rhode Island - Hotel Form and Registration Form       

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Press Release Concerning Columbus Statue in New York City

UNICO National President Thomas J. Vaughan Jr. Speaks Out in Opposition of Removing Christopher Columbus statue from Columbus Circle in NYC.

FAIRFIELD, N.J., Aug. 24, 2017 – Thomas J. Vaughan Jr., President of UNICO National, released the following statement regarding this issue:

“Columbus represents the contributions that Italians and Italian-Americans have made to make our country great. Applying 21st century morality to 15th century standards is not fair to anyone, let alone someone whose feat of connecting Europe to the Americas advanced civilization as we know it.

“As President of UNICO National, an Italian-American service organization that raises and contributes millions of dollars annually to people of all ethnicity and races, I find it disturbing that Christopher Columbus and Columbus Day are being singled out for revisionist history which seeks to tarnish this great achievement. As Italian-Americans we embrace our culture and heritage and look to preserve it. Let us embrace and learn from our history, not bury it.”