Babylon AHEPA Chapter 416 Hosts Bingo Night

BABYLON, NY – Babylon AHEPA Chapter 416 which has its base at the St. Nicholas West Babylon community located in Suffolk County, Long Island, NY, held its first Bingo Night on February 28 at the St. Nicholas Church Community Hall. The event was a huge success and lots of fun. AHEPA will continue to hold Bingo Night on the last Monday of every month. The next event is scheduled for Monday, March 28. Proceeds will benefit student scholarships.

AHEPA supports various philanthropic endeavors, including the Hellenic Education of the St. Nicholas Church community’s children. If you would like to become an AHEPA member, please contact Chapter President Teddy Manolios: [email protected] or Treasurer Chris Manolios: [email protected].

AHEPA Bingo Night was held on February 28 in the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Community Hall in West Babylon, NY. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Babylon AHEPA Chapter 416 Brother Silvio Capoccia and Treasurer Chris Manolios at Bingo Night at the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Community Hall in West Babylon, NY. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA


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