Subscribe Now!

 

Wednesday, December 7, 2022
spot_img
spot_img
CommunityGreek Independence Celebrations from Coast to Coast

Greek Independence Celebrations from Coast to Coast

Avatar
Hellenic News of Americahttps://www.hellenicnews.com
The copyrights for these articles are owned by HNA. They may not be redistributed without the permission of the owner. The opinions expressed by our authors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of HNA and its representatives.

Latest articles

Greek Independence Day celebrations continue to be held by communities throughout the United States.

In Silicon Valley, a flag-raising ceremony was held at San Jose City Hall, sponsored by AHEPA Chapter 251, Daughters of Penelope Daphne Chapter 29, and hosted by Councilwoman Pam Foley, who presented a proclamation from the San Jose City Council. Students of the Greek school at Saint Nicholas Church danced at the ceremony. The iconic City Hall Rotunda will be illuminated with blue lights for seven nights.

Photo courtesy of AHEPA

On the East Coast, Mayor Michael Purzycki proclaimed March 25 Greek Independence Day at a flag-raising celebration at Freedom Square at the Government Complex in Wilmington, Del. The chorus of the Odyssey Charter School performed the American and Greek National Anthems as well as a selection of patriotic songs.

Photo courtesy of AHEPA
Photo courtesy of AHEPA

Palmetto Chapter 284 and DOP Chapter 302 of Columbia, S.C., collaborated to host Greek Independence luncheon for the community at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, March 27.

SOURCE; AHEPA

Photo courtesy of AHEPA

The copyrights for these articles are owned by the Hellenic News of America. They may not be redistributed without the permission of the owner. The opinions expressed by our authors do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Hellenic News of America and its representatives.

Get Access Now!

spot_img
spot_img
spot_img