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Christmas Tree Lighting in Staten Island

December 21, 2021

STATEN ISLAND – The Christmas tree lighting was held at the Katsoris Hellenic Center of Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Staten Island on December 12. The students of the Greek and Sunday Schools sang Christmas carols at the festive event as presiding priest of the community Fr. Nicholas P. Petropoulakos, Greek School Principal Anastasia Mantas, and the director of the Sunday School Evangelia Sotiriou shared their best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Parish Council President Evangelia Platis expressed the hope that the New Year will be better than the previous one and that it will fulfill everyone’s dreams.

The Sunday School students at Holy Trinity St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Staten Island sang Christmas carols at the tree lighting. Photo: TNH/ Michalis Kakias

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