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2013 HATCAST: Reactivating Political Activism

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2013 HATCAST: Reactivating Political Activism


By Catherine T. Siolas


            “We are reviving our organization to play a political role,” said Gregory Fegos, President of the Hellenic Taxpayers Association of Southold Town (HATCAST). The civic organization held their annual picnic on Saturday, August 24th at the South Harbor View Parkin Southold. Souvlakis of all varieties were barbecued along with hamburgers and hotdogs. Hellenic melodies were played by George Anastasiadis overlooking the scenic Peconic Bay. Prominent persons who attended included Rev. Gerasimos Ballas, Sts. Anargyroi, Taxiarchis and Gerasimos Greek Orthodox Church,Greenport, Rev. Constantine Makrinos, Transfiguration of Christ Greek Orthodox Church, Mattituck,  Judge William Price, Art Tillman, Chairman of the Southold Democratic Party, Marie Domenici and Theresa “Terry” Hoffer  candidates for town assessors and others.

            HATCAST is presenting “Meet the Candidates Day” on Sunday, September 29, 2013 11:30 a.m., at Sts.Anargyroi, Taxiarchis and Gerasimos Church, Greenport. Refreshments will be served. Admission is Free. For further information, contact HATCAST President Gregory Fegos 917-440-5274, Chairman of the Board/Emeritus President Andreas Markakis631-765-3345 and Vice President Costas Vagelatos 631-744-1984. A similar Candidates Day is planned for Sunday Oct. 27th, in the hall of the Transfiguration of Christ Greek Orthodox Church, in Mattituck after church services.



Photo 1 – 2012 HATCAST Picnic members.


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