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Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 Supports St. Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Church

September 26, 2022
By Julianna Monogioudis

GREENLAWN, NY – The brothers of Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 of Greenlawn offered their support during the annual Saint Paraskevi Greek Festival. The three-day festival took place September 16-18. They managed the Ring Toss and the Cardio Boxing booths. Both booths are incredibly fun and attract the community year after year. Chapter 500 had a wonderful time volunteering for the church and its local community. The AHEPA brothers brought their families along to help at the booths. This family event was great fun for all in attendance. With their service AHEPA Chapter 500 celebrated their religion, culture, and community. With the help of all involved, the booths were a great success. The ring toss raised $6,200 and the boxing booth raised $400. Chapter 500 was happy to give back to St. Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Church, which has helped families since the 1960s. The chapter gave a special thanks to the Monogioudis Family, Rivera Family, Mandalios Family, and Steve Ramerini.

Left to right: Alex Rivera, Julianna Burton Monogioudis, and Cynthia Dallaris at the St. Paraskevi Greek Festival. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
The Monogioudis Family at the St. Paraskevi Festival in Greenlawn, NY. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Left to right: Issac Rivera, Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 President Edwin Rivera and Vice President Nick Monogioudis. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Left to right: Nick Papachristou and Julianna Burton Monogioudis at the ring toss booth at the St. Paraskevi Festival in Greenlawn, NY. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA
Left to right: Alexia Rivera and Shrine AHEPA Chapter 500 President Edwin Rivera. Photo: Courtesy of AHEPA

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