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Trojan AHEPA Chapter 306 Awards Academic Scholarships

December 22, 2021

TROY, NY – Trojan AHEPA Chapter 306 of Troy, NY was able to return to an in-person Scholarship Awards Ceremony on December 19, after holding a virtual event in 2020. The ceremony was conducted in the presence of parishioners at St. Basil’s Greek Orthodox Church in Troy. Academic scholarships of $1,250 were proudly awarded to Demetra Bobarakis (Siena College) and Grace Collins (Stony Brook University). Both Ms. Bobarakis and Ms. Collins are academic standouts at their schools. Chapter 306 is extremely proud of these young adults and looks forward to their continued academic success and community service.

The AHEPA Chapter 306 scholarship program is open to all students from the St. Basil community who are entering their second year of college.

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