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AHEPA Supreme President Recognizes Babylon AHEPA Chapter 416

BABYLON, NY – The Babylon AHEPA Chapter 416, which has its base at the St. Nicholas West Babylon community located in southwest Suffolk County, Long Island, NY, held its Bingo Night on September 27, at the St. Nicholas Community Center. This popular event is open to the community with fellowship and fun times for all. All profits fund the chapter’s educational program, mainly its scholarship program and the parish’s Greek School.

The Chapter was honored to have AHEPA Supreme President Jimmy Kokotas and District 6 Governor Dean Moskos at this well-attended event. Supreme President Kokotas thanked Past Supreme and District 6 Governor and Chapter President Ted Manolios for continuing his long service to AHEPA and to its community and for being instrumental in his chapter’s growth and vitality. He stated to all that AHEPA celebrates its Centennial Anniversary this year throughout the AHEPA domain in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia, and reminded all that Region 3, which includes New York, New Jersey and Delaware, will have the opportunity to celebrate AHEPA’s Century of Service at the Terrace on the Park in Queens on October 14, and that all are welcome.

Left to right: AHEPA Supreme President Jimmy Kokotas, Ted Manolios, and Chris Manolios. (Photo: Dean Moskos)

District 6 Governor Dean Moskos congratulated the chapter’s officers and members for having such an active chapter and briefly stated the role that AHEPA played in the United States and the support it has provided to our communities in Greece, Cyprus, and in America. Finally, Supreme President Kokotas presented the chapter with the 2022 AHEPA Community Service Award, and Ted Manolios with the 2022 AHEPA Philanthropic Service Award.

Members of Babylon AHEPA Chapter 416 with Supreme President Jimmy Kokotas (second from left) and District 6 Governor Dean Moskos (fourth from left). (Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA)

The next two Bingo nights have been scheduled for October 25 and November 29. All are welcome to attend.

For more information, registration and flyer, visit www.ahepad6.com and scroll down to Bingo Night. For the record, the current chapter officers are as follows: President and Secretary Theodore Manolios, Vice President Salvatore Valensisi, and Treasurer Chris Manolios.

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