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Andreas T. Stamboulidis Parthenon AHEPA Chapter 495 Welcomes D6 Governor

November 18, 2021

WHITESTONE, NY – On November 9, the Andreas T. Stamboulidis Parthenon AHEPA Chapter 495 in Whitestone, NY held its monthly business meeting at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church with Chapter President and District Treasurer Peter Ragoussis, Vice President Aristides Papadakos, Secretary Hristos Arniotis, and members of the chapter. The chapter was honored to have the new AHEPA District 6 Governor Brother Dean Moskos attend the meeting on his first official visit to the chapter in his new leadership role.

Various fundraising and fun events in the planning stages for the year were discussed. In addition, the chapter has commissioned a beautiful sign for the church to be installed at the corner of the parking lot of the church which is being donated by the chapter. It is expected that the sign will be installed and presented to the community on an early December Sunday after the Divine Liturgy.

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