Timothy Yanko interview, 17 October 2015

Interview recorded during Prosperity Social Club 10 year anniversary event.
Tim Yanko describes visiting Dempsey's Oasis during the 1980s for fish fries, his family's ties to the Tremont neighborhood, and working as a bartender at Prosperity Social Club.

Participants: Yanko, Timothy (interviewee) / Raponi, Rich (interviewer)
Collection: Prosperity Social Club 10 Year Anniversary Event
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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Prosperity Social Club 10 Year Anniversary Event

Interviews in this series were collected by students and staff at Cleveland State University’s Center for Public History and Digital Humanities during the ten year anniversary celebration at Prosperity Social Club in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. The event featured a gathering of the Dembowski family, who ran Dempsey’s Oasis – a neighborhood pub at 1109 Starkweather Avenue that later became Prosperity Social Club – from 1938-2000. The series includes interviews with members of the…