New Rochelle AHEPA Chapter 405 Awards Scholarships

NEW ROCHELLE, NY – The AHEPA Evzone Chapter #405 hosted its Annual Graduate Scholarship Luncheon at Holy Trinity Church in New Rochelle, NY, Westchester County on June 13. The event was chaired by Br. Joseph C. Keane, with the assistance of the Chapter’s President Harry Fotiadis. Scholarship awards were given to high school graduating seniors Alexander Mulder, Mariana Apostolates, Olivia Curtis, John Kavallines, and Brian Kim-Koutsis. Father Nicholas Anctil of Holy Trinity Church gave the opening prayers and blessings to the over 100 people in attendance that day. The Scholarship Committee thanked all of the families who sponsor the Chapter’s program year after year and wished all of the graduates in attendance that day continued success as they venture off into the world and continue their education and strive to reach their goals and dreams. 


DELMAR, NY – Troy, NY Chapter 306, Schenectady, NY Chapter 125, and Albany, NY Chapter 140 jointly held their 5th Annual The Eleftheria Capital Region AHEPA Golf Outing on June 12 at Normanside Country Club in Delmar, NY.

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