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6th Annual Billiards Tournament on Friday, November 7th

The NYC & Vicinity Carpenters Latino Club will be hosting their 6th Annual Billiards Tournament on Friday, November 7th, 2014 from 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm at the BQE Cafe Billiards.

1st Prize $300
2nd Prize $150
3rd Prize $50

Raffles for:
T-shirts
Pool Sticks
Basket of Cheer
50/50

Register by contacting Cesar Bravo at 646-483-9541 or Eddie Herrero at 516-903-7372. You can also reserve your spot on this page and pay at door.

Registration fee is $30 and $20 for non-players
Only 32 Spots available

Two hours of free beverage and appetizers with paid admission. Friends and family are welcomed.

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November 3rd Members Meeting/Annual Thanksgiving Raffle

 

The UBC Latino Club invites our Members to join us in giving thanks to the opportunities and people who have touched our lives.

We will have the Annual Thanksgiving Raffle on day of meeting, November 3rd, 2014.  Show up and get your ticket to win a Turkey at the meeting.

Guest Speaker of the Evening will be our very own President of the UBC Latino Club, Edgardo Duarte.

Our next Social Event is our 6th Annual Billiards Tournament on Friday, November 7th so sign up at the meeting to hold your spot. Only 32 spots available.

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September Events

BoatNo UBC Latino Club Meeting September due to scheduled events.

9/6 :  Labor Day Parade

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9/11 :  A Day of Remembrance

9/13 :  NYC District Council of Carpenters Annual Family Picnic and Charity Softball Tournament

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9/27 :  UBC Latino Club Annual 4-hour Dinner Cruise

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Weeepppaaaa!

We are doing it again…Join us for our Second Annual Dinner Boat Cruise on the River Rose.

On Saturday, September 27th at 6:30pm
for boarding and 7:00pm departure until 11:00pm.

Dinner, Beverages, Casino Night, Live Music, Raffles – 50/50, Basket of Cheer & DJ included for $65.00 per person. Dress casual preferred.

A deposit is required to make a reservation. Balance must be paid in full by September 22nd. For more information and reservations, contact Cecilia Raymond at 646-544-8114 or Angel Acevedo at 917-528-7701.

Take subway train to the Citifield station and walk to Marina. Free parking when you mention the River Rose. Great variety of live music & DJ for dancing. All while cruising the sky-line of Manhattan.

“Welcome Aboard”

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Unity of the Clubs – August 4th, 2014

 Unity of the Clubs  – Unidos Podimos!

An evening of Unity with our Carpenter Brothers & Sisters 

Hosted by  UBC Latino Club and Fraternal Order of Woodworkers

You are invited for a Meet & Greet and get to know the different Clubs & Organizations that support us as Carpenters.

Time:  4:30pm

Place:  395 Hudson Street, 10th Fl

Who will be there?

  • UBC Latino Club
  • Fraternal Order of Woodworkers
  • NYC Womens Committee for District Council of Carpenters
  • NYCDCC Apprentice Group
  • Job Steward Alliance
  • NYC Carpenters Union  Pipes and Drum Band
  • Nycdcc Titans

Other Supporters & Vendors: 

WIN  TICKETS

Puerto Rican Day Parade Coverage 2014

We marched this past Sunday, June 8th, 2014 in the National Puerto Rican Day Parade.  The weather was gorgeous and rain missed us by one day.  It was a successful event with Andre Faria of SixCentz  providing our Float with Freestyle artists Jill Tirrell, Julio Mena and Trilogy.  We also had a DJ who entertained the lively crowd in between sets down 5th Avenue.

Our Princess this year was Victoria Castillo, daughter of Cecilia Raymond from Local 157.  Princess Victoria was at the head of the New York City & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters  wearing a lovely baby blue gown which complimented the navy blue t-shirts that were donated by the District Council.  She was chauffeured on a convertible driven by Alejandro Rodriquez of Local 157.  As she waved to the mass of spectators she sported a sash with the words “UBC Latino Club” creatively drawn by artist Laurie Peruyero.

In attendance from the District Council was EST Joseph Geiger and Vice-President Michael Cavanaugh.  Also in attendance was Mitch Sonntag, President of Local 157.  We even had visitors from our Brotherhood in Boston.  Pictures of event were taken by Julie East and her associate, Morgan Clarke from the DC and other members, family and friends who either marched with us or were in the crowd along the parade route that spanned from 44th Street to 79th Street.

Video Footage of Parade:

SixCentz Brings Freestyle to Our Float

Trilogy At The Puerto Rican Day Parade NYC 2014

Daily News Video @ 0:43

Ernie Anastos Giving Unions & Carpenters a Shout Out @ 3:27

 

 

Monday, June 2nd Meeting for Parade

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We are preparing for our participation in the New York City National Puerto Rican Day Parade on  Sunday, June 8th, 2014.  March begins @ 11am down 5th Avenue from 44th Street to 79th Street.  This year on our float, Andre Faria from SixCentz will be bringing us Freestyle Artists Juan Mena, Cnr Trilogy, Joey Kidd, and Jill Tirrell. The Band will be Noel y la 718 who were last year’s 4-hour Dinner Cruise band.

We have received sponsorship from the New York City District Council of Carpenters for the expenses of the float.  Local 157 has also sponsored us by paying for the permits for the Parade.  All who would like to participate need to attend the Monday, June 2nd Members Meeting to receive the wristbands and get time and location information.  One wristband per family will be given out, then on the day of the parade more bands will be provided.

Coming  Up…

We would like to invite all members to the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Puerto Rican Parade Annual Mass on Sunday, June 1st, 2014 @ 4pm-5pm.  The Church will host a Mass to kick off a week of celebrations honoring the Puerto Rican heritage.  All members and their family are welcome to attend this Annual Blessing. Come and enjoy a beautiful Mass featuring groups and organizations honoring Puerto Rico.  There is no entrance fee.

June 8th Parade After Party brought to you by SixCentz.  Stay tuned…

For Discount on Future Freestyle Events:

go to www.sixcentz.com

On the shopping section pick out the event & package you wish to purchase…
On the coupon section type in latinoclub
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Proceed to check out as normal..
Andre Faria
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Five Boro Bike Tour News

On Sunday, May 4th several of our members attended the TD Five Boro Bike Tour.  This year we dedicated the Tour to our founding UBC Latino Bike Team member Louis Delgado.  The ride started at 8am sharp at Battery Park in Manhattan and touched all 5 Boroughs of New York City and ended at Fort Wadsworth, Gateway National Recreation Area in Staten Island.  In the end, there was a Bike Tour Festival full of entertainment, food, giveaways, and all kinds of exhibits and other activities.

We would like to thank the Volunteers and Riding Marshals who got up early for the 6am set-up to help make this event successful.  These members are Carlos Pereda, Antonio Coyoc, Chuck Reyes, Maritza Rivera, BeBe Brown, Juan Gonzalez, Cecilia Raymond, Erik Molina, Christina Perez, Eric, Ruben City Carpenter, Eddie Bracken & Eddie Herrero.

We would also like to thank our Sponsors:  District Council, Local 157, Local 1556, Local 740, Local 45, Local 2287, Alex Rosado from Rosado, Checanova & Brasali, and Randi Segal.  Their support has been tremendous and is greatly appreciated.

The Day After…

At our May 5th Meeting we raffled off a BlackDiamond Shimano equip 21 Speed Mountain Bike. The lucky winner was ticket #0576 held by Natalia Lee Gonzalez, daughter of Juan Gonzalez of Local 157.  Proceeds will go to Memorial Sloan Kettering Children’s Cancer Unit.  A representative will be joining us at our June 2nd Meeting to receive the donation and give the Latino Club a Merit Award for participating.

Club Meeting: Monday, April 7th, 2014

Today we will have an Open Forum to discuss any activities you would like to see go on in the club. We have an open door policy and welcome any new ideas and suggestions, which would generate a positive image and outcome for the club.

Our communications Committee is looking for volunteers to help us with event organizing, telephone banking, advertise the club by posting newsletters and flyers at job sites and locals; help with members meetings and with raffles and any other jobs for the benefit of the club.

We are still selling $5 raffle tickets for the bike raffle that will be held next month as well as t-shirts. Spread the word & bring a friend. Hope to see you today @ 4:30 at 395 Hudson Street, 10th Floor

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