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Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Ch. 545 Christmas Dance Benefits Holy Cross Greek School

December 21, 2021

MIDDLETOWN, NY – The Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Chapter 545 hosted a Christmas Dance at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church in Middletown on December 11. The event was very successful with approximately 70 guests in attendance.

Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Chapter 545 hosted a Christmas Dance at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church in Middletown, NY, and presented a donation to the Greek School. Photo: Chris Pavlidis

The dance raised $2,600 which was donated to the Greek School to help the Family Discount Program. Chapter members and their families as well as Hellenic community supporters donated all the food and baskets for the raffle prizes.

Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Chapter 545 hosted a Christmas Dance at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church in Middletown, NY, and presented a donation to the Greek School. Photo: Chris Pavlidis

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