Left to right: Kimisis tis Theotokou presiding priest Fr. Jason Dickey, Parish Council President Dimitri Sassos, and Poughkeepsie AHEPA Chapter #158 President Stephen J. Miller. Photo: Nick Kalogris
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – Poughkeepsie AHEPA Chapter #158 held its 9th annual Golf Outing on July 25 at McCann Memorial Golf Course. Eighty golfers participated and supported the event which raised over $14,000. Following the event, dinner was enjoyed at the Hellenic Center. Prizes and awards were presented to each of the participants.
On August 21, Poughkeepsie Chapter #158 President Stephen J. Miller presented a check for $12,000 to Kimisis Parish Council President Dimitrios Sassos and Parish Priest Fr. Jason Dickey. They were joined by members of AHEPA Chapter #158.
For nearly a century, the Order of AHEPA has promoted the ancient Hellenic ideals of education, philanthropy, civic responsibility, family and individual excellence through community service and volunteerism. These events help strengthen and grow the Chapter which is beneficial to the organization as a whole.
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