The St. Luke Greek School in Broomall, PA, held its annual Christmas program on December 6. (Photo: Steve Lambrou)
BROOMALL – The St. Luke Greek School in Broomall, PA, held its annual Christmas program on December 6. The event began with the prayer offered by the community’s presiding priest Fr. Christ Kontos who welcomed everyone.
The students impressed the audience with the presentation of skits, songs, poems and dances. Over 200 people attended to celebrate the Christmas season together. The Greek School PTO had prepared a light fare and
everyone enjoyed themselves. The program ended with the traditional singing of the Kalanta.
The administrator, Angelique Demetris, and the director, Yianna Dimos, thanked Fr. Kontos for his support, the parents for their desire to teach their kids the Greek language, the students for doing such a great job, and all of the teachers for their dedication. The kids were very excited to see Agio Vasili who brought gifts to each one of them. Kala Xristougenna!
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