Maids of Athena District 23 Supports Inclusion Canada

TORONTO – The Maids of Athena (MOA) District 23 Lodge hosted their second virtual Bingo Night on February 2 via Zoom. This year, they had 13 players from Canada and the U.S. “We had a great night and got to reconnect with our brothers and sisters,” the Distict Lodge said in a statement via email. “We played two rounds, where players needed to fill their entire bingo card, and then fill a square pattern on their cards.” Brother Andreas Koloniaris was the winner of the first round, and won an MOA sweater. The second winner was Cristina Saavedra-Mamounis, who donated her prize to the District Lodge. The proceeds from this event will go towards their District Project, Inclusion Canada.

“We have been excited to host a bingo night for the past two years and hope to continue this event in the future,” the statement continued. “Thank you to everyone who donated and participated during this event, and it was nice to see everyone.”

The 2022-2023 District Lodge officers are District Governor Victoria Evagelou, Lieutenant Governor Cristina Saavedra-Mamounis, District Secretary Athena Bikas, District Treasurer Falia Pantieras, and District Marshal Christina Heropoulos.

More information about Inclusion Canada is available online: https://inclusioncanada.ca.


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