He turned one hundred years old Rosina Maria Menin, moved from Veneto to the countryside of Sabaudia, between the two world wars like many other farmers who moved to seek their fortune in the agricultural lands of the Pontine area. Yesterday in Latina Rosina blew out a hundred candles. She cake and toast together with her family, including the two grandchildren Leonardo and Davide born from the union of her son Maurizio with Maria Grazia. So much emotion in the countryside of Borgo Grappa, where Rosina grew up from the age of 11, when in 1934 she moved from Camisano Vicentino, in Veneto.
Born August 1923, XNUMX, Rosina packs her bags with her family to move to the territory of Sabaudia, to the farm next to the Rio Martino bridge. Before seven children, she cultivated a love of the countryside from a young age. It is precisely in Borgo Grappa, when she is twenty, that she meets Natale Carraro, known as Gino. Also from Veneto, originally from Loreggia, in the province of Padua. Thus, from the Veneto, Rosina and Gino meet again in Sabaudia where they get married, arriving at the church on the saddle of a bicycle. The newly weds go to live on the Carraro family farm in via Vozza, in the Latina area. Rosina never stops working and becomes a point of reference for the family's agricultural activity and for the house where she still lives, surrounded by the affection of her loved ones who celebrated a special birthday with her yesterday.
And for Rosina's XNUMXth birthday, greetings from the municipal administration have also arrived. The mayor of Latina Matilde Celentano and the president of the municipal council Raimondo Tiero they went to visit her at her home in the countryside of Borgo Grappa, wishing her a happy birthday from the entire administration and, interpreting the common sentiment of the Latina community. For her a plaque and a parchment bearing witness to her century of life with the wish that "Rosina Maria will continue to be a light of hope for her family and a living memory for the new generations of the community". The party ended with a cake, candles, a toast and a lot of emotion with two exceptional photographers to capture every moment: the grandchildren Leonardo and Davide. “Grandma also helped us with our homework when we were little. She always found time to do everything, never neglecting anything,” she said.