Left to right: John Copulos, Dean Curtis, George Curtis, James Resvanis, Phil Koutsis, Tom Dushas, Harry Wilson, Geoge Papademetriou, Anthony Soukas, George H. George, and Harry Fotiadis. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
NEW ROCHELLE, NY – AHEPA Evzone Chapter #405 held its live monthly meeting on April 14 and enjoyed a Lenten meal with the good company of one of its longstanding members, Harry Wilson.
While most people know him from the work he performed under the Obama administration in 2009 and as a senior member of the restructuring team assigned to help Chrysler and General Motors, Wilson has now thrown his hat into the race for New York State Governor.
Wilson gave an in depth talk to the Chapter and its guests on the current state of affairs in New York and offered some insight on what needs to be done to implement his vision for our great state. The Chapter wished Wilson the best of luck for the 2022 New York Republican gubernatorial primary in June.
ATHENS – Seeking to improve the educational outcomes of disadvantaged children in Greece, The Hellenic Initiative (THI) designated SOS Children’s Villages Greece as the beneficiary of its annual End-of-the-Year Appeal for 2023, raising $80,000 worldwide.
THE HAGUE (AP) — The United Nations’ highest court on Monday wrapped up historic proceedings into the legality of Israel’s 57-year occupation of lands sought by Palestinians for a future state, with most voices at the hearing arguing against the Israeli government.
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump has appealed his $454 million New York civil fraud judgment, challenging a judge’s finding that Trump lied about his wealth as he grew the real estate empire that launched him to stardom and the presidency.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary’s parliament voted Monday to ratify Sweden's bid to join NATO, bringing an end to more than 18 months of delays that have frustrated the alliance as it seeks to expand in response to Russia's war in Ukraine.
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City is marking the anniversary of the 1993 bombing at the old World Trade Center that blew apart a van parked in an underground garage, killing six people and injured more than 1,000.
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