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AHEPA Cassis Chapter 170 Honors 2024 Scholars

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By Catherine Tsounis

“A high-quality education is one of the most important things that we can provide our youth. The AHEPA Scholarship Program was established to promote, encourage, induce, and advance education at the college or university level. The purpose of the scholarships is to assist students in continuing their education. The mission of AHEPA is to promote the ancient Hellenic ideals of education, philanthropy, civic responsibility, family, and individual excellence through community service and volunteerism.”

The AHEPA Family of Hempstead came together as a community to present the 2024 Constantine and Carol Cassis scholarships at their dinner gala on Sunday, May 26th. The event was held at Jonathan’s restaurant in Garden City Park. The 2024 scholars include Gus Vasilakis, Georgia Georgantzis, and Tatiana Markou.

Photo; George K. Lavas.

The sponsors were the Cassis family, including Elaine Cassimatis, Nick & Tina Cassis, Manuel Cassis, and Patricia Cassis.

The evening was opened by AHEPA Constantine Cassis Chapter No.170 President Anastasi Stampolis and Daughters of Penelope Pasithea Chapter No.141 President Joanne Pappas. They welcomed Father Christopher Constantinides, who gave a heartfelt blessing and prayer. Father Constantinides congratulated the three scholars and event organizers.

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Scholarship Chairman Harry Monioudis thanked the members of his Scholarship Committee. The members were President Anastasi Stampolis, President Joanne Pappas, PDG Demi Pamboukes, Kenneth Anderson, Louis Yeostros, and Anton Skrivanek. Chairman Monioudis began reading each individual scholarship recipient’s bio. “Our scholars had excellent grades, SAT scores, essays, and recommendations,” explained Harry Monioudis, Scholarship Committee Chairperson.

Photo; George K. Lavas.

President Stampolis, supported in his work by his wife Tatiana and children, said, “I want to take this time to thank the AHEPA family of Hempstead who helped in putting this event together.” For more information, visit https://www.ahepa170.org.

Special appreciation to President Anastasi Stampolis. All photographs by George K. Lavas.

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