AHEPA Chapter 445 Thermopylae Honors Horiates and Holds Elections

UPPER DARBY, PA – AHEPA Chapter 445 "Thermopylae" on June 17 held its first meeting after the lifting of restrictions on gatherings to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The meeting was held in the community hall of Saint Demetrios in Upper Darby and included an update on the chapter’s activities and a report on the plans of the new administration.

Also at the meeting, AHEPA Supreme President George Horiates took part and was awarded for his contributions to the Greek community.

The chapter swore in its newly elected leaders as well at the meeting, Demetris Krontiris is the new president, Stephanos Evangelopoulos is vice president, Fotis Costantinidis is treasurer, and Vasilis Ikonomou is the secretary.


WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (Order of AHEPA), American Hellenic Institute (AHI), B’nai B’rith International, and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, on January 19, held a virtual Ambassadors Forum with the US ambassadors to Greece, Cyprus, and Israel.

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