Syracuse AHEPA Chapter 37 sponsored the Christmas Party for the residents of its AHEPA Home on December 25. Pictured standing are Chapter President Mike Labatos, Manager Jolene Gadua, and Treasurer Andrew Miledonis. Photo: Connie Labatos
SYRACUSE, NY – Syracuse AHEPA Chapter 37 sponsored the Christmas Party for the residents of its AHEPA Home on December 25. The housing is a 50-unit two story building with a dining facility, TV room, exercise room, and a library.
The salaried staff is a Manager, Events Coordinator, Maintenance and a volunteer Board of nine Directors who are elected from Chapter 37 members in good standing. In 1983, AHEPA National Housing Corporation was formed for the development of elderly housing and to assist local chapters throughout the United States in obtaining funding for the building of local elderly housing. In 1989, Syracuse Chapter No. 37 became the first chapter in New York State to be awarded a grant by HUD for the construction of a 50-unit elderly housing apartment building. Construction commenced in 1990 and in 1992 AHEPA 37 Inc. Apartments opened at 100 AHEPA Circle in the Town of Onondaga located in Syracuse, NY.
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