Federation of Hellenic-American Societies of Philadelphia and Greater Delaware Valley Holds Elections

September 11, 2020

UPPER DARBY – On Tuesday, September 8, the Federation of Hellenic-American Societies of Philadelphia and the Greater Delaware Valley met for the first time after many months – due to the pandemic – at the St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Upper Darby.

About 50 members attended the meeting where, in addition to discussing their regular orders of business, they also held elections.

The newly elected board members are: Danny Pithis, Philip Nicolaidis, Dimosthenis Giamouridis, Eleni Poulis, Effie Economou, Stelios Lambrou, Vasilis Keisoglu, Kostas Kravaris, and Georgia Halakos. The new president of the Federation is Demetris Rozanitis and the new vice president is Stefanos Evangelopoulos. The other elected members are as follows: Recording Secretary – Maria Agatsiotis, Corresponding Secretary – Carissa Faflios, and Treasurer – Pete Papadeas.

We wish them all the best of luck!


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