Trojan AHEPA Chapter 306 making plans during their meeting in a church parking lot. (Photo by Bill Seamon)
TROY, NY – Trojan AHEPA Chapter 306 in Troy, NY on June 15 held its first in-person meeting since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Trojan Brothers met, while respecting all social distance guidelines, in the parking lot of St. Basil’s Church overlooking the Hudson River on a beautiful, late spring evening. After catching up with each other on their activities during the quarantine, the Brothers tackled a lengthy agenda.
Trojan AHEPA Chapter 306 in Troy, NY held their first in-person meeting on June 15 in the St. Basil Church parking lot after the coronavirus lockdown was lifted. (Photo by Bill Seamon)
Among the highlights of the meeting were the re-election of all the current officers to new terms and planning for the much-anticipated Souvlaki Fest. In addition, the Chapter made plans for another group volunteer event at the Regional Food Bank and its annual family baseball game outing. The next Chapter meeting will be in September.
Trojan AHEPA Chapter 306 in Troy, NY held their first in-person meeting on June 15 in the St. Basil Church parking lot. (Photo by Bill Seamon)
More information about AHEPA is available online: ahepa.org.
OTTAWA, Canada – The Daughters of Penelope (DOP) Ottawa Euphrosyne Chapter 292 and the AHEPA Ottawa Chapter CJ5, presented two AHEPA Family Scholarships and the Siatras Family Scholarship to well deserving students at the Hellenic Community of Ottawa on November 6.
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