New Rochelle AHEPA Chapter 405 Sponsors 4th Annual Golf Outing

NEW ROCHELLE, NY – Evzone Chapter #405 held its 4th Annual Golf Outing at the Leewood Country Club in Westchester County on May 25. Chaired by Br. Phil Koutsis, along with the Chapter’s Golf Committee, Chapter President Harry Fotiadis, Vice President John Copulos, Secretary Jon Kohilakis, Treasurer Nick Kinas, Brothers George Curtis, Costa Papademetriou, George Papademetriou, and the most valuable and greatly appreciated assistance from the wonderful ladies from Holy Trinity Church, Cynthia Herzegovitch, Constance Mavrovitis, Elizabeth Zoulis, Irene Copulos, and Christine O’Leary, the event was a tremendous success. Funds were raised in excess of $20,000, with the Chapter’s Scholarship Fund and Holy Trinity Church in New Rochelle, as the beneficiaries. The Chapter expressed its warmest and deepest thanks to the generous sponsors of the event and to all who took part on that day. 


GREAT NECK, NY – The Gus Cherevas Estia-Pindus AHEPA Chapter 326 hosted its 85th Anniversary Gala Dinner at Leonard’s Palazzo of Great Neck on December 1.

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