St. Thomas Hellenic School Graduation in Cherry Hill

June 4, 2019

CHERRY HILL, NJ – The St. Thomas Hellenic School in Cherry Hill held its 6th grade graduation ceremony on June 2 with the blessings of the V. Rev. Archimandrite Christoforos Oikonomidis. After seven years of study, the 27 students received their diplomas with great joy and pride in their accomplishment.

The keynote speaker Alexandros Kokolis and the school’s principal Panagiota Delimaris, noted, among other things, the importance of the young people’s participation in community events so that the Greek language and our traditions can be maintained.

The church is currently under renovation which made the graduation even more significant since the church will soon be even more impressive as a center for religious services, education, and culture, as well as a torchbearer and jewel of the community. The project is expected to be completed in October 2019.


MONTREAL- In his interview on the CTV television network, following his meeting with his Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, where the strengthening of bilateral relations was emphasized and the agreement for the delivery of seven state-of-the-art firefighting aircraft was signed, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis focused on the significant improvement in the economic climate and the increasing attraction of investments to Greece Just before the European elections in June, the Prime Minister emphasized, “For the first time, we will give the opportunity to our diaspora, those who have the right to vote in Greece, to utilize the postal vote to participate in the European elections.

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