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Port Jefferson AHEPA Chapter 319 Celebrates OXI Day

PORT JEFFERSON, NY – On October 31, Port Jefferson AHEPA Chapter 319 held an OXI Day event at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption. It began after regular church services with Father Jim Calogredes, the chapter’s chaplain, reading the history and significance of OXI Day from the pulpit. This was followed by Vice President George Kallas giving a moving speech on the importance of AHEPA as a synergistic force for good, and emphasizing that the whole is more than the sum of its parts.

The event culminated with Brother George Kallas, flanked by members of the Chapter, presenting a check to the Greek School of Port Jefferson in the amount of $500 for the advancement of Education and Hellenism.

Port Jefferson AHEPA Chapter 319 Vice President George Kallas presents a donation to the Greek School at the Church of the Assumption on October 31. (Photo: John Damaskos)

 

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