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AHEPA Chapter HJ 17 Hephaestus – Vari – Voula – Vouliagmeni

AHEPA Chapter HJ 17 Vari, under its auspices, will present a photographic exhibition of the work of brother Athanasios Bounas, entitled “THE WELL OF A LIFE GIVING SPIRIT” on 20-2-2016 in the Hall of the Hellenic Photographic Society (HPS)                                      THE WELL OF A LIFE-GIVING SPIRIT ANCIENT GREEK THOUGHT – THE SPIRITUAL LEADER OF WORLD […]

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AHEPA Chapter 17 – Hephaestus, Vari – Voula – Vouliagmeni

Δ  Ε  Λ  Τ  Ι  Ο    Τ  Υ  Π  Ο  Υ  Βάρη 20 Ιανουαρίου  2016 Το απόγευμα της Τετάρτης 20 Ιανουαρίου 2016, πραγματοποιήθηκε στο παραλιακό ξενοδοχείο “OASIS Hotel & Apartments” της Γλυφάδας, η πρώτη μηνιαία συνάντηση των μελών του Τμήματος HJ – 17 Βάρης – Βούλας – Βουλιαγμένης, για το νέο έτος.  Τη συνάντηση του Τμήματος τίμησε με τη παρουσία του, ο Υποδιοικητής της ΑΧΕΠΑ ΕΛΛΑΣ κ. Βασίλειος Πετκίδης, ο οποίος μίλησε στα μέλη, για θέματα που άπτονται της ιστορίας, της δομής και των δράσεων της […]

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AHEPA

The mission of the AHEPA Family is to promote Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility, and Family and Individual Excellence.   Hellenism An important component of AHEPA’s mission is to create an awareness of the principles of Hellenism to society. These principles include a commitment to humanity, freedom, and democracy. The preservation and promotion of these […]

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Today’s World Leaders Praise Greek Courage

The accomplishments of the Washington Oxi Day foundation in its first four years.

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Support Greek Volunteer Firefighters

In Greece, volunteer firefighting was established by law in 1991. Today, there are 2000 unsalaried volunteer firefighters and their only motive is their faith in the idea of volunteering, the love for what they do and their will to offer to their fellow citizen in a time of need. Most volunteers are young people, employees […]

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Athens Classic Marathon

The Athens Classic Marathon is an annual marathon road race held in Athens, Greece, normally in early November. The race attracted around 30,000 competitors in 2013, including the concurrent 5 and 10 kilometres road races and the racewalking contest. A messenger in Ancient Greece, ran from the Battle of Marathon to Athens to announce the […]

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Ancient Greece revived in Chile’s metro station

Chile’s capital city has a wealth of galleries and museums highlighting the country’s rich cultural and historical traditions. But for those seeking a more unusual cultural experience, it’s best to head underground. For some years now, the Santiago Metro has been displaying public artwork at its subway stations through a program called MetroArte. Scattered throughout […]

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Lemnos

Lemnos (Greek: Λήμνος, Limnos) is an island of Greece in the northern part of the Aegean Sea. Administratively the island forms a separate municipality within the Lemnos regional unit, which is part of the North Aegean region. The principal town of the island and seat of the municipality is Myrina. Mythic Lemnos For ancient Greeks, […]

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The Spirit of Athens hosted the first Athens Grease Festival in 2012 as a celebration of all things fried and the Greek origin of the city’s name.

The Spirit of Athens hosted the first Athens Grease Festival in 2012 as a celebration of all things fried and the Greek origin of the city’s name.

Athens Grease Festival organizers are frying up a batch of fun for this year’s third annual event, and the fun may put downtown Athens on the menu to make history. In June, the Guinness Book of World Records approved a “Largest Toga Party” attempt by the Athens Grease Festival on Sept. 27. “Our festival draws […]

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Athens Grease Festival organizers pose with fried delights at the historic Limestone County Courthouse in downtown Athens. Back row from left, Betsy Hyman, Christy Hubbard and Trisha Black. Front row from left, Holly Hollman and Letisha Brinkley. (The Huntsville Times/courtesy photo)

ATHENS, Alabama — If the Greek goddess Athena wanted to dine on a fried corn fritter, she would feel at home in Athens on Saturday.

ATHENS, Alabama — If the Greek goddess Athena wanted to dine on a fried corn fritter, she would feel at home in Athens on Saturday. The city will stage the inaugural Athens Grease Festival to celebrate the Greek origin of its name and Southerners’ love of all things fried. The Spirit of Athens will present […]

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