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Greek Singers Giorgos Tsalikis and Christos Menidiatis Visited St. Demetrios Astoria

ASTORIA – Popular Greek singers Giorgos Tsalikis and Christos Menidiatis took a break from their tour of the U.S. and Canada to visit St. Demetrios Greek-American School in Astoria on March 27.

The students, staff, and administration welcomed the singers with great joy and enjoyed their presence and their show. The St. Demetrios seniors danced for Tsalikis and Menidiatis and gifted them official school t-shirts.

Popular Greek singers Giorgos Tsalikis and Christos Menidiatis visited St. Demetrios School in Astoria on March 27. Photo: Courtesy of St. Demetrios School Astoria
Popular Greek singers Giorgos Tsalikis and Christos Menidiatis visited St. Demetrios School in Astoria on March 27. Photo: Courtesy of St. Demetrios School Astoria
Popular Greek singers Giorgos Tsalikis and Christos Menidiatis posed for a commemorative photo at St. Demetrios School in Astoria on March 27. Photo: Courtesy of St. Demetrios School Astoria

 

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