Poughkeepsie AHEPA Chapter 158 Raises the Christmas Spirit

December 19, 2020

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – Poughkeepsie AHEPA Chapter 158 held its regular meeting on December 8. It was, both, a face to face and a virtual meeting. Those in attendance wore masks and practiced social distancing while the virtual group enjoyed the comforts of their home. The Chapter thanked AHEPA District 6 Secretary Chris Pappis for helping with the GoToMeeting platform.

This was an end of year meeting in lieu of a dinner. Donations were made to St. Basil Academy, St. Michael’s Home, and a local homeless shelter. The Chapter said via email, “We are happy to say that all 2019 members are in good standing for 2020. Merry Christmas to all as we look forward to a better 2021.”


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