Pan-Rhodian Society 94th Annual Convention at UConn October 14-16

NEW YORK – The Pan-Rhodian Society of America “Apollon” invites everyone to attend the 94th Annual Convention which takes place October 14-16 this year at the University of Connecticut’s Center for Hellenic Studies Paideia, 28 Dog Lane in Storrs, CT, according to a news release shared by the Pan-Rhodian Society of America – Apollon Inc. New York – Chapter No. 3 President Nikos Kartalis on behalf of the Board.

“Apollon” since it began in the 1910s, has promoted the Greek Letters here and in Rhodes. The Society is currently working on the construction of an Educational Camp in Kolymbia, Rhodes, connecting the youth by supporting scholarships to students of Rhodian origin, and a statue of Dorian in Rhodes, the founder of the city of Rhodes in 408 BC. In cooperation with local authorities of Rhodes, the Society is also helping in the tree planting of the fire-ravaged areas on the island and helping in the veterinary care of stray animals.

For the last 15 years, the Society has been working with Hellenic Society Paideia on the construction and operation of a Center for Hellenic Studies, with the construction of an educational building “Rodos,” at the University of Rhode Island. The above will be the main topics of the conference.

For all events, indoors and outside, during the Convention weekend, masks are recommended. All safety measures will be respected.

Those unable to attend in person can participate via Zoom, a link will be provided soon. For further details on attending the convention, please email: panrhodian.society.ny@gmail.com.


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