There is in Cleveland an organization of former immigrants from Militello da Rosmarino, Messina province, Sicily, Italy. Their website at http://www.saintblaisesociety.org
says, "The Society was founded in the City of Cleveland, Ohio with the name Society San Biagio di Militello Rosmarino. The organization's primary mission is to honor Saint Blase, the patron Saint of Militello Rosmarino, Sicily. The members also work to uphold their Christian beliefs and their Italian heritage."
The history of the organization mentions "The six devoted [founders] men with background in business, medicine, law and farming were Biagio Sidoti, John Serra, Salvatore Battaglia, Rosario Locigno, Biagio Terrazo, and Giuseppe Locastro. They settled in the area of Woodland and Scovill Avenue in Downtown Cleveland. This area was made up of Italian immigrants from Messina, Italy.
"The first church to house the Statue of Saint Blaise was Saint Anthony's Church at Ninth and Carnegie. It was then moved to Saint Anthony and Saint Bridget's Church on Twenty Second and Woodland Avenue. From there, it was placed in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church (East) and finally the statue has found a permanent home in Holy Rosary Church, now declared a Historical Landmark, in Cleveland, Ohio."
Their activities are described as "Saint Blaise Mass [at] Holy Rosary Church, Typically First Sunday of February Each Year, (February 8, 2004) 11:00 AM. Join us at the 11:00 Mass after which the Pastor of Holy Rosary Church will bless the throats of the congregation as has been the tradition for many years." and as "Monthly Member Meetings [at] Independence Public Library Meeting Room, Third Sunday of Each Month (September - April) 3:00 PM".
Their contact address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The officers (probably of 2004) were Tony La Tragna, August Piscitello, Ignazio Lupica, Mick Guistino, Carolyn Vana, and Joseph Sidoti. The website includes a list of members, about 40 names.