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Leonidas AHEPA Chapter 77 Celebrates Greek Independence Day

BINGHAMTON, NY – The Greek community of Binghamton, NY, and members of Order of AHEPA Leonidas Chapter 77 celebrated the 201st anniversary of Greek Independence during a flag raising ceremony in front of Binghamton City Hall on March 25.

Binghamton Mayor Jared Kraham, Binghamton Councilwoman Sophia Resciniti, and past mayor Richard David, along with Leonidas Chapter President Alex Kermidas were on hand to support the annual flag raising. Mayor Kraham presented a proclamation honoring the Greek community and declaring March 25th as Greek Independence Day.

Left to right: Demetris Diamantakos, Louis Diamantakos, and Demetris Papastrat at the Greek Independence Day flag-raising event. Photo: Anastasios Stefos
Current and former City of Binghamton dignitaries, Greek community members, and Ahepans celebrated Greek Independence Day. Photo: Anastasios Stefos
Left to right: AHEPA Chapter 77 Warden George Papastratis, Chapter 77 President Alex Kermidas, Binghamton City Councilwoman Sophia Resciniti, and Former City of Binghamton Mayor Richard David. Photo: Anastasios Stefos

 

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