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Flushing AHEPA Chapter 326 Moves Forward

September 22, 2020

FLUSHING, NY – Gus Cherevas Estia-Pindus AHEPA Chapter 326 held a monthly meeting on September 9, virtually via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On the agenda was discussion of the upcoming 6th Annual Cigar Night being held at The Cove Restaurant & Oyster Bar on Thursday, September 17. Proceeds will benefit the St. Nicholas Church Relief Fund.

In attendance were District 6 Lt. Governor Dean Moskos, District 6 Secretary Chris Pappis, and Past District Governor Mike Capous. This is the home chapter of Board of Trustees Chairman Nicholas Karacostas. The unanimously re-elected officers for 2020-2021 are President Harry Yanakis, Vice President Nick Voulkoudis, Secretary John Tympanidis, and Treasurer Philip Adikimenakis.

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