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Greek Afternoon School at St. Thomas Cherry Hill Celebrates OXI Day (Photos)

CHERRY HILL, NJ – On October 28, the Greek Afternoon School of St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill celebrated with enthusiasm the anniversary of “OXI.”

The students presented a varied program with poems and songs that transported the audience back to the dramatic events of 1940.

Presiding priest of the St. Thomas community Fr. Christoforos Oikonomidis along with the students, parents, teaching staff, and parishioners sang the Greek National Anthem with pride.

The students of the Greek Afternoon School of St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill celebrated October 28th with a varied program. (Photo: Steve Lambrou)

 

The Greek Afternoon School students at St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church on October 28 posed for a commemorative photo with presiding priest of the community Fr. Christoforos Oikonomidis. (Photo: Steve Lambrou)

 

The Greek Afternoon School students at St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church on October 28 posed for a commemorative photo with presiding priest of the community Fr. Christoforos Oikonomidis. (Photo: Steve Lambrou)

 

The students at the Greek Afternoon School waved Greek flags during the celebration of OXI Day at St. Thomas Church in Cherry Hill. (Photo: Steve Lambrou)

 

The Greek Afternoon School students and teachers at St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill posed for a photo with presiding priest of the community Fr. Christoforos Oikonomidis. (Photo: Steve Lambrou)

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