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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Greek-American singer Margarita to perform from Crete for Saint Sophia School in SLC

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On November 6, 2020, Saint Sophia School kicks off its “All Under the Same Moon” virtual gala at 7:00 PM MST with a live and silent auction and a grand FINALE with performing artist Margarita who will begin at 8:30 PM MST on live streaming. Organize a “watch party” where you can dance and sing to the repertoire of both Greek and English songs. Margarita will even teach intricate Greek dancing.

Registration is free.  Click on the link below, and it will take you to the site showing you how to complete your free registration:    

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

Saint Sophia School is twenty-three years old and is the only school in Utah to offer modern Greek and Orthodox religion.  Founded in 1996, Saint Sophia School opened its doors on the beautiful grounds of Prophet Elias Church in 1997 with a pre-school and kindergarten.  After remarkable progress, all six elementary grades were added.  The school of nearly one hundred students held its graduation for the first sixth-grade class on May 26, 2004. After restructuring a few years ago, Saint Sophia School is now an Early Education center beginning with 2-year-olds through Kindergarten.  Even at that age children learn of the rich heritage Greece left to the world.  Teachers foster a positive and respectful learning environment in small class sizes, individualized instruction, an outdoor classroom, and a welcoming family environment. That has been our hallmark.

Visit our website www.saintsophiaschool.org, follow us on Facebook and Instagram.  Learn about who we are at the gala and enjoy the program with the Masters of Ceremony, our V. Rev. Archimandrite George Nikas, Fr. Patrick O’Rourke, and Parish President, George Karahalios; meet the children and staff and see the beautiful location of the Cottonwoods in Salt Lake City.  For more information phone or email the school director, Martha Jackson.   [email protected] or 801-424-9217.

See you on November 6.

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