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Explore the history and evolution of the Society Farsharotu, from its founding to the present day, and that of the wider Aromanian community in the US and globally.

Letters, Journals & Programs

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Memorabilia

Society Pendants over the Decades

Current Officers

President
Robert J. Nicola
Vice-President
Fr. George Coca
Secretary
Nicholas S. Balamaci
Treasurer
George C. Fatsy

Our Past Presidents

From left: Bill Balamaci, Nick Fatse, Dina Vanghele, Bob Nicola, Andrea Colimitra, George Fatsy, & Aurel Ciufecu

Articles Regarding Founding

History of the Society Farsarotul

While benevolent societies have existed for many centuries, the specific roots of the Society Farsarotul may lie in the guild system of Ottoman cities. Guilds

From Our Newsletter

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Reading George Moran’s article in the February 1992 Newsletter, “Touring the Vlach Villages of Greece,” brought me back to my family’s 1984 visit

The Macedonian Romanians of St. Louis

St. Louis is one of the major cities in the United States to have attracted a significant number of Macedonian Romanian immigrants in the first

What’s in a Name?

The early membership records of the Society Farsarotul provide us with a great deal of information, including place of birth, parents’ names, and year of

Sam Tamposi: A Man Who Made a Difference

This article, originally entitled “Real estate gurus drew big names – Tamposi and Nash made southern tier,” is reprinted by the kind permission of the

Community News

We welcome with great pleasure the following new members: Spiro Macris of Wilmington, North Carolina, and Ian Price of Los Angeles, California. We are very

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America is a group of groups: Probably every culture in the world is represented here. Within each group, there are some individuals who take an active interest in cultural matters and look after culture on behalf of the wider group. We are Americans first, but we understand what we bring to American culture, too.