Brooklyn AHEPA Chapter 41 Hosts Annual Christmas Party

December 30, 2021

BROOKLYN, NY – Brooklyn AHEPA Chapter 41 celebrated the holiday season with its annual Christmas Party on December 10. Approximately thirty guests ate, drank and made merry at Mussels & More in Bay Ridge, a local Greek-owned business. Past and present Chapter officers, brothers and their spouses attended, including the newly-appointed District 6 Director of Education, Gus Mallas.

The Chapter also provided a DJ to add festive holiday and popular music to the event. The Chapter has hosted a Christmas Party for years until the COVID pandemic forced it to cancel the annual event in 2020. The membership felt that it was important to continue the tradition. The party conformed to the New York City regulations for indoor dining. All guests were required to show proof of at least one vaccination and were strongly encouraged to take a COVID test beforehand.  


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