Gold Coast AHEPA Chapter 456 Welcomes District 6 Governor

December 14, 2022

PORT WASHINGTON, NY – The Gold Coast AHEPA Chapter 456 held its monthly business meeting on December 7 at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church with presiding chapter president Gus Constantine. The chapter was honored to have the AHEPA District 6 Governor Dean Moskos attending the meeting whose presence contributed to an engaging meeting that concluded with the initiation of two members: Stelios Taketzis, Chairman of the Board of Directors of G.A.E.P.I.S, Hellenic Public Radio COSMOS 91.5 FM, and George Xerakias, Assistant Director of the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY. Moskos congratulated the two new members for joining AHEPA who were warmly welcomed by the Gold Coast Chapter members.

At the meeting, Constantine presented his agenda for discussion that mainly focused on the chapter’s charitable donations to multiple philanthropic causes, and on the chapter’s upcoming Christmas gathering that will take place at Kyma Restaurant, 1446 Old Northern Boulevard in Roslyn, NY, on December 14. The admission to the event is free of charge. There will be passed appetizers, cash bar, grand raffle drawing, entertainment, and applications for AHEPA membership.

AHEPA District 6 Governor Dean Moskos giving the AHEPA oath to the two new members (l-r) Stelios Taketzis and George Xerakias, with Chapter 456 President Gus Constantine, second from right. (Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA)

Finally, Moskos announced that the creation of a new Sons of Pericles Chapter at Port Washington is in the works to be established this month. All young men from ages 14-27 who are interested in joining may contact him via email: [email protected].


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