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Maids of Athena Sophia Chapter 48 Welcome Grand Lodge Officers

November 20, 2022

ALBANY, NY – The Albany Maids of Athena (MOA) Sophia Chapter #48 hosted Grand Vice President Rigo Nasopoulos and Grand Governor Markella Roros for a ‘Maids-giving’ dinner and meeting, November 12-13. The young women enjoyed bonding and games over some delicious food, also joined by their District 6 Advisor Michél-Gabrielle Legato. The Albany Maids including President Michelle Papandrea, Treasurer Nia Cohen, Corresponding Secretary Kristina Marinopoulos, and Recording Secretary Matina Ziamandanis spent time during the meeting Sunday to discuss future fundraising events, and their goals to grow chapter membership. Albany is very excited to bring back the 43rd Valentine’s Dance on February 4, 2023.

Front row, left to right: Kristina Marinopoulos, Matina Ziamandanis, and Nia Cohen, and standing: Michelle Papandrea, Maids of Athena Grand Governor Markella Roros, Grand Vice President Rigo Nasopoulos, and Zeffi Kondoprias. (Photo: Courtesy of MOA)


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