The Italian Genealogical Group
The Rialto Bridge spans well known sites found in New York and Italy The Golden Lion, the OSIA symbol The Golden Lion, the OSIA symbol The Statue of Liberty, New York The Rialto Bridge, Venice Rialto Bridge, Venice Rialto Bridge, Venice Gazeebo, Morgan Park, Glen Cove Loggia 1016 headquarters Municipio, Sturno, Avelino Roman Forum Venice Ellis Island, gateway to America The Chrystler Building, New York The Empire State Building, New York Morgan Park, Glen Cove Morgan Park, Glen Cove Italian Olive Tree The New York City skyline Loggia Glen Cove # 1016

The Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) is the oldest and largest organization of Italian men and women in North America. OSIA lodge number 1016 is located in the City of Glen Cove, New York and was the first lodge in the Long Island region.
OSIA is dedicated to:
• Preserving our rich Italian heritage and culture.
• Promoting liberty and freedom regardless of race, gender or creed.
• Eliminating bias and bigotry directed toward Italian Americans.
• Serving our community through philanthropic endeavors.

Members of Loggia Glen Cove participate in a host of cultural programs and social activities while supporting the Italian-American community. Read about what we have been doing in the lodge's monthly newsletter, La Voce. As you visit our site we hope you gain a sense of the comraderie and good fellowship that is found at Loggia Glen Cove.
Katherine Grande, Lodge President

Glen Cove Loggia No. 1016, P.O. Box 347
Glen Cove, New York 11542

The Sturno Coat of Arms, Glen Cove's sister city Commission for Social Justice (CSJ)

The OSIA Creed
@ 2002 OSIA Loggia Glen Cove No. 1016             Site updated: March 2016

Hold your next gathering at the lodge!