The St. Luke Greek School PTO with Alexandra Vamvakidou as the event chair, planned the community’s Apokriatiko Glendi. Photo: Steve Lambrou
BROOMALL, PA – The St. Luke Greek Orthodox Church in Broomall, PA, held its Apokriatiko Glendi on February 25 in the Community Center. The event has been an annual tradition for many years. The community missed it during COVID but this year’s event was back in full swing.
The St. Luke Greek School PTO with Alexandra Vamvakidou as the event chair, carefully planned every fun detail. The decor, the food, the drinks, 50/50, raffles, DJ, Brazilian drummers and so many other details that made the night such a success.
The community’s own Ellinakia dancers made everyone so proud as they performed traditional Greek dances.
The community thanked all who helped plan the event and all who attended. Και του χρόνου!
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