AHEPA Hermes Chapter 186 members and guests at Selo Restaurant at the Christmas/New Year’s Networking Event on December 30. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
ASTORIA – AHEPA Hermes Chapter 186 held its first Christmas/New Year’s Networking Event on December 30. The party was at Selo Restaurant, 33-05 Broadway in Astoria. The members and guests enjoyed a mix of traditional Croatian, Serbian, and Balkan cuisine with a modern twist.
The chapter thanked the proprietor, Elvis Tominovic, also a chapter member, for the wonderful evening. They made some new friends from the Babylon chapter who joined the event and all got to spend some quality time with their families.
Chapter President, Billy Chrissochos, whose family was in attendance as well, gave some warm holiday greetings and reminded everyone that the famous Hermes 186 Tsipouro Night will be held at Selo in February. AHEPA District 6 Secretary George Zouvelos was also among those present. The chapter encouraged everyone to “please stay tuned for more business, cultural, and philanthropic events coming soon, too.”
NEW YORK – Greek-American John Avlon, a Democrat and former CNN political analyst, announced on February 21 that he is running for Congress in New York’s 1st Congressional District, the New York Times reported, noting that he is entering “a crowded congressional primary to try to flip a Republican-held swing seat on Long Island.
STONY BROOK, NY – Stony Brook University Assistant Professor Georgios Moutsanidis, PhD, in the Department of Civil Engineering at Stony Brook University, has received a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for pivotal research on increasing the resilience of coastal structures totaling nearly $500,000.
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