AHEPA Evzone #405 Toasts St. Patrick’s Day

NEW ROCHELLE, NY – On Thursday, March 17, New Rochelle AHEPA Evzone #405, celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in honor of its former Chapter President of 27 years, Joseph C. Keane. A Hellenic-Irish tribute to Brother Joe Keane was held on St. Patrick’s Day, which coincided with the Chapter’s live monthly meeting. More than 75 people attended this event with traditional Irish cuisine, song, and a very special treat of Irish Dance.

Left to right: New Rochelle AHEPA Evzone #405 President Harry Fotiadis, McGough Academy Director Meagan McGough, and Brother George Curtis. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA

The Chapter had the pleasure of helping a local Irish dance school fundraise for its planned trip to Ireland for an upcoming dance tournament. Spearheaded by Brother George Curtis, who arranged for the McGough Academy School of Irish Dance, to come to our meeting and entertain us with beautiful and traditional Irish dance. Meagan McGough, the School’s director was most appreciative of the Chapter and its support. The wearing of Green was in full display that night!


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