The Plainfield's Chapter of UNICO once again hosted its annual Pig Roast fundraiser at the Italian Club in Scotch Plains. This year, the chapter honored its founding member, Renato Biribin, a resident of South Plainfield, who is planning to retire this year after six decades of service to the community. The Pig Roast also realized a record setting attendance this year, as those on hand enjoyed great food, reunions, and fellowship during the Holiday season.
Plainfields' UNICO Hosts Annual Pig Roast, Honors Founding Member Renato Biribin
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