Celebrity Chef Maria Loi, Loukoumi the Lamb, and Nick Katsoris, Loukoumi Foundation President, at Citi Field in 2018. (Photo by by Jillian Nelson)
NEW YORK – For those who may have missed the 2020 Virtual Loukoumi Make A Difference Awards on June 18, the inspiring event can now be viewed on YouTube.
Loukoumi Foundation President Nick Katsoris shared the announcement and the link on June 26 and also thanked all the supporters and sponsors who made the event possible.
LoukoumiI’s Gift Sponsors:
Eileen and Gary Franklin/George’s Angels
The Philoptochos of Holy Trinity, New Rochelle,
Michael and Kim Naclerio,
Cris Jordan and Scott Potter
Dr. Garrett and Patty Weston
Helene and Peter Dameris
Denise Graf, The Skipper Family
Auction Prize Doors: Actor's Garage, Bradford Portrait Studios, Come From Away, Disney, iD Tech Camp, jetBlue, Elena Kampouris, Nick Katsoris, Lake Isle Country Club, Maria Loi/Loi Estiatorio, Mike Naclerio/Ford Lincoln Queens, and Steve Napolitano.
More information about the Loukoumi Make A Difference Foundation and its efforts to teach children to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others is available online: www.LoukoumiFoundation.org
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) hosts an in-person screening of Greece’s Oscar entries which compete for nominations in December - Asimina Proedrou’s top Iris Award-winner ‘Behind the Haystacks’ (Πίσω από τις Θημωνιές) and Thanasis Neofotistos’ multiple-award-winning short film ‘Air Hostess – 737’ - on Sunday, December 10, 5:30 PM, at the Gianopulos Family Theater at St.
UTTARKASHI, India (AP) — All 41 construction workers who were trapped in a collapsed mountain tunnel in northern India for more than two weeks were pulled out on Tuesday, bringing an end to a drawn-out rescue mission that had grabbed the country's attention for days.
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