Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Chapter 545 Celebrates 4th Anniversary

MIDDLETOWN, NY – On March 6, members of Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Chapter 545 of Middletown, NY celebrated the new year with the cutting of the Vasilopita and their fourth anniversary at The Colonial Diner. The brothers reviewed their fundraising activities over the years and planned new events for the current year. The special focus has been the support of the Holy Cross Greek School and other philanthropic causes. In the last few years, the chapter donated to the Greek Fires relief effort and raised over $5,000 for the Saint Nektarios Monastery in Roscoe, NY. May you enjoy years of success, health, and happiness, as the AHEPA brand journeys to its 100th Anniversary in 2022.

Hudson Odysseus AHEPA Chapter 545 President Gus Lambrou with the 2022 Vasilopita. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA



BINGHAMTON, NY – On Monday, March 25, the Greek community of Binghamton, NY and members of Order of AHEPA Leonidas Chapter 77 and Daughters of Penelope Athens Chapter 39, celebrated the 203rd anniversary of Greek Independence during a flag-raising ceremony in front of Binghamton City Hall.

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