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Queens AHEPA Chapters Sponsor First Annual Fishing Trip

September 19, 2022

ASTORIA – AHEPA’s Queens, NY Chapters held their first annual fishing trip on the Never Enuff III from the World’s Fair Marina on September 9. AHEPA Hermes Chapter 186, Gus Cherevas Estia-Pindus Chapter 326, and Andreas T. Stamboulidis Parthenon Chapter 495 collaborated to make this event happen. In addition, Brothers from Delphi Chapter 25, Babylon Chapter 416, and Sisters from the Daughters of Penelope Ilion Chapter 135 were in attendance. Great company, good food, lots of laughter, and, of course, fishing were part of the evening. The chapters said in a statement via email: “We thank all those who attended to make this night a memorable one. Our Queens Brothers look forward to future collaborations and future fishing trips.”

Left to right: Hermes Chapter President Peter Argyropoulos, AHEPA District 6 Treasurer Peter Ragoussis, and Peter Glavas. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Left to right: Hermes Chapter President Peter Argyropoulos, Peter Stamos, and Peter Doukas. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Left to right: Past District 6 Governor Demi Pamboukes and Hermes AHEPA Chapter 186 President Peter Argyropoulos. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Hermes Chapter Brother Nick Konstantopoulos catches the biggest fish. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA

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