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AHEPA Networking Event at Archangel Michael in Port Washington Oct. 7

PORT WASHINGTON, NY – The AHEPA Family of Hempstead, Long Island, including AHEPA Constantine Cassis Chapter No.170, Daughters Of Penelope Pasithea No. 141, Sons Of Pericles Lord Byron Chapter No. 233, and Maids of Athena Victory Chapter No. 76, are joining in a networking event with the AHEPA Gold Coast Chapter No. 456 on Wednesday, October 7, 6:30 PM, at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church, 100 Fairway Drive in Port Washington.

The special guest for the event is AHEPA Supreme President George Horiates.  

The event includes BBQ and beer as well as acoustic music by Pantelis Gatanas.

Please RSVP via email: admin@ahepa456.com or by phone: 917-209-2380.

All safety measures followed.

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