Syracuse AHEPA Chapter 37 Celebrates OXI Day

SYRACUSE, NY – Syracuse AHEPA Chapter 37 held their monthly meeting on October 17 virtually via GoToMeeting due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This was a special meeting to celebrate OXI Day. Mike Labatos was the moderator and co-panelist with Dr. James Telonis. Fr. David Smith administered the opening and closing prayer.

The Chapter said in a statement via email, “We were honored with the presence of our District 6 Governor, Lou Katsos, who made a huge contribution to the discussion and about what OXI Day means. We are thankful to Chris Pappis, District 6 Secretary for being on the helm of video and audio.”

Chapter 37 is the second oldest chapter in District 6 and one of two chapters owning an AHEPA home in New York State, providing quality, affordable housing to seniors in the Syracuse area.

The officers for 2020-2021 are President Mike Labatos, Vice President Stavros Capousis, Vice President and membership chair George Nardone, Secretary Peter Panels, and Treasurer Andrew Miledonis.


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