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2017 Panigyri 

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Church Services

Another wonderful Panigyri has come and gone! 

The Divine Litergy was celebrated by Fr. Niko Bekris at Resurrection Greek Orthodox Church.  

Artoklasia and Memorial Services followed in memory of: 

Sophia & George Paris, Evelyn Pavlou, Peter Notaras, 
Andrew G. Saffas, Tasso John Conomos and 
Alexis Maria Keramaris.

Welcome

Our luncheon followed with President Katherine Stathis welcoming everyone. 

Marcello Souza offered the opening prayer.

Lunch

Chef Yianni Varelis prepared a delicious selecion of entrees: 

Greek Style Chicken with Olive Oil, Lemon and Oregano

Greek  Lamb Shank with Orzo

Grilled Salmon with Lemon & Butter

Pasta Primavera (Vegetarian)

Salad, Spanakopita, & Dessert - Galaktoboureko

Coffee, Tea or Iced Tea

Agora

Various souvenirs from Kythera were available for purchase at the Agora.

Kythera News

Vikki Fraioli shared news from Kythera. 

The biggest news was the devastating results from the fire on Kythera in August that burned out of control for several days. 

Photos from web blogs and Facebook were shared.



  

An Island Named Desire 

Shooting for the sequel to Kythera Mon Amour, "An Island Named Desire" took place on the island this summer. 

We can all look forward to seeing it when it is releaseed early next year.

Popi Coroneos getting dolled up for her shoot at the 

August 15 Panigyri in Potamos

James Prineas making preparations for the shoot.

Jamie Fraioli sitting with film star Popi Coroneos

Ready, Set, Shoot…..on the Platia in Potamos. Let the dancing begin!

Vikki Fraioli encouraged members to submit photos and info on their relatives for the Potamos Book Project. Don’t be left out of the book!

Although they were unable to attend the Panigyri this year, members and friends celebrated Tikey and Penelope’s birthdays! 

Xronia Polla and many many more!

Take a look at the Notable Kytherians section of our KSOCA Website! We have added the wonderful biograhical blog of Alexa Conomos as she takes us on “Giagia’s Journey,” A Photo Journal of the Life of Penelope Benardos Conomos.

Anastasia Conomos Condas Scholarship

Our scholarshp recipient this year was Julia Moore, granddaughter of long time member Panagiotis (Pan) Coukoulis.

Julie wrote a wonderful essay about the life of her grandfather that you can read on her scholarship page.

She was unable to attend the luncheon to accept her award, but submited a thank you letter that can be read on her page.

Memorials

This year we mourned the loss of so many of our dear friends. After a moment of silence, family members or friends offered a few words about their loved ones. May their memory be eternal.

Hospital Supples Project

Ted Leonis shared some news about the hospital supplies project. In short, the AHEPA along with the IOCC will send a container $650,000 worth of hospital supplies to Kythera if we are able to raise the funds to send that container over. Ted has already retained pledges for about $1000. We would need to raise aproximately $18,000 to send the container. Carol Notaras graciously pledged an additional $5000 to go toward that fund! We can not begin to thank her enough for her generous offer.

Ted is now working with a representative of the hospital in Kythera to determine what supplies they are in need of.


The Panigyri ended with our annual raffle where everyone is a winner!

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Fr. Nikos Bekris offered the closing Prayer.


Panigyri Photos


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