Our Chapter in Holmdel was founded April 15,1995

THE HOLMDEL CHAPTER HISTORY


Our Chapter in Holmdel was founded April 15,1995

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SERVICE DOGS FOR WARRIORS

Our goal is to empower the warrior to return to civilian life with dignity and independence.

Philanthropy

Charities Supported by AHEPA Chapter 517

Cigar Night Event

Enjoy an evening of fine food, drink, cigars & networking

Beer And Chili Tasting

ANNUAL HOLMDEL Beer And Chili Tasting event.

Visit to Ronald McDonald

Annual visit to Ronald McDonald House in New York City.

AHEPAN of the Year

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2009 - Board

Left to Right Steve Drogaris, George Katsingris, Greg Ploussas, Theo Hadjitheodosiou.

Holmdel Chapter 517


Chapter #517 Garden State-Holmdel New Jersey History

 

July 2009

The history below was written by Vasilis E. Kalomiris in the 1999 Journal to help fund our Churches classrooms.

 

“Our AHEPA Chapter Garden State #517 was founded on April 15,1995 under the leadership of Paul A. Stamoulis. The first executive board consisted of Paul Stamoulis, Zack Moros, Steve Drogaris and Frank George. The objective of ourChapter was to increase our participation in community affairs as well as support the District in a Variety of civic projects with impact throughout our two “patrides”.

We undertook some challenging projects which included the sponsorship of Vietnam Memorial Day in HolmdelRecognizing all the Orthodox Christians from New jersey who perished during that war. Another project which we initiated was fund raising for merit

Based scholarships for the youth of AHEPA family.

 In addition, our chapter is supporting the district in key efforts towards fund raising for

Other causes such as cancer research.

Since our operations are based at the church facilities of Kimisis Tis Theotokou our

Chapter decided to undertake the completion of Greek School classrooms on the second

Floor of our Community Center and as such contribute to the perpetuation, study

And advancement of Hellenic culture and traditions.”

 

The banner picture with Teds name was used at the Greek parade NYC

 

FOUNDING FATHERS

 

Hercules Stamoulis
Paul Stamoulis
Zack Moros
Steve Drogaris
George Katsingris
Vasilios Kalomiris
Alex Fourniadis
Robert Fourniadis
Michael Rouskas
Frank Georges

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To promote the ancient Hellenic ideals of education, philanthropy, civic responsibility, integrity,
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