Port Jefferson AHEPA Chapter 319 Welcomes 2022

PORT JEFFERSON, NY – Chapter 319 of the Order of AHEPA located in Port Jefferson conducted its first monthly business meeting of the New Year on January 25. The Chapter celebrated with a traditional Vasilopita and recognized the 100th anniversary of the founding of AHEPA in 1922. The Order has completed 100 years of service since its founding and continues to carry on its mission worldwide. Many new and exciting plans were discussed during the meeting, moving a number of them closer to fruition.

Port Jefferson AHEPA Chapter 319 Brother Sam Zubalake found the lucky coin in the Vasilopita. Photo: George Kallas

Among those plans, the members are very excited about the Classic and Exotic Car Show which the Chapter is planning for June 4. Save the date! The Chapter also welcomed a new member, Brother Sam Zubalake who happened to find the lucky coin in the Vasilopita as well.



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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