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Greek Group Tutoring’s Back to School Meet and Greet in Lexington, MA

September 30, 2021

LEXINGTON, MA – Greek Group Tutoring (GGT) in Lexington, MA held their back-to-school Meet and Greet on September 18.

At the event, this year’s incoming students met their teachers, saw their classrooms, and picked up their books. GGT also kicked off the year with a sock drive “Χέρι με Χέρι” to benefit HELPIS, the organization to which they previously donated clothes, household essentials, and toys last Christmas. https://www.helpis.org/our-mission) Donations will be accepted through October 7. More information is available online: https://www.helpis.org/our-mission.

GGT also shared best wishes for the school year: “Καλή αρχή και καλή σχολική χρόνια σε όλα τα παιδιά και τις δασκάλες!"

More information about GGT is available online: https://www.ggtutoring.com/.

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