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Albany AHEPA Chapter 140 Awards 2022 Scholarships

ALBANY, NY – Education is deeply embodied in the identity and mission of the Order of AHEPA and since the inception of its scholarship program Chapter No. 140has awarded thousands of dollars to worthy college bound students. The scholarship committee presented the 2022 awards on August 14 following church services at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Albany, NY.

The AHEPA Scholarship Award is given to an active Sons of Pericles college student who demonstrates academic achievement and community service. To honor the founder of this award, the Order of AHEPA Chapter No. 140 has renamed the scholarship award the Arthur P. Takes AHEPA Scholarship Award.

Arthur P. Takes was initiated into Albany Chapter No. 140, of the Order of AHEPA in 1946, and was elected Chapter President in 1949. Over the years, he was a dedicated and loyal AHEPAN, holding many chapter offices and serving on various important committees. In 1983 he was awarded national AHEPAN of the Year. He offered the original motion establishing the Sons of Pericles AHEPA Scholarship in 2000 and served as chairman of the committee until his death. In September 2006, shortly after his death the members of AHEPA Chapter 140 voted to name the scholarship the Arthur P. Takes AHEPA Scholarship.

This year’s scholarships were awarded to Lukas Fisher attending Western New England University, Nicholas Kalogridis attending SUNY Albany, Christo Melas attending Siena College, Christopher Moutopoulos attending Russell Sage College, Nicholas Moutopoulos attending Babson College, Michael Neal attending Loyola University, and Dean Sokaris attending Wesleyan University.

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