Hermes AHEPA Chapter 186 Hosted 2nd Annual Tsipouro Night

ASTORIA – The Hermes AHEPA Chapter 186 signature Tsipouro Night was held on February 26 at TRU Astoria. A joyous crowd celebrated the occasion with Brothers, spouses, and friends coming from all around New York City, downstate, and Long Island. Proprietor Brother Yanni Astatos hosted Hermes with various types of tsipouro, raki, and food.

Left to right: Bill Mentsas, Vice President Peter Argyropoulos, and Past Chapter President John Kokolakis. Photo: Courtesy of AHEP

Many members from the District 6 Lodge were in attendance including Governor Dean Moskos and his wife Stephanie, Treasurer Petros Ragoussis, and Secretary George Zouvelos and his wife. President Billy Chrissochos with his wife Despina welcomed everybody. Vice President and Chairman of the event Brother Peter Argyropoulos made a wonderful speech, thanking everyone for the support, and his wonderful wife Effie, who is also president of DOP Ilion Chapter 135, was in charge of the raffle. President Chrissochos promised next year the event will be even bigger.

Left to right: Past Chapter President and Secretary Louis Kokalis, Vice President Peter Argyropoulos, AHEPA District 6 Governor Dean Moskos and District 6 Secretary George Zouvelos. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Left to right: President Vassilios Chrissochos and Past AHEPA District 6 Governor Mike Papaphotes. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA


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