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Asteria Productions presents the 5th Annual Greek Glendi Week, January 13th - 20th, 2019 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Click here for details!
Axion Charity Events presents legendary recording artist Peggy Zina live in Baltimore on Sunday 10/28/18 at the Marriot Baltimore Waterfront.  VIP and reserved table seating tickets on sale exclusively at DCGreeks.com!  All proceeds benefit sister churches of MD! Click here for details!
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07/08Chapter 16 Lefkas-Baltimore/Washington of the Pan-Icarian Brotherhood invites you to the The Pan-Icarian Brotherhood 115th Supreme Convention on Labor Day Weekend 2018 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC. Tickets are on sale!
06/01Axion Charity Events Presents Peggy Zina Live in Baltimore on Sunday, 10/28/18!  Tickets now on sale!
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The Pan-Icarian Brotherhood 115th Supreme Convention - Labor Day Weekend 2018 - Grand Hyatt - Washington, DC.  Events include a Washington Nationals game, Friday bar crawl, Basile Comedy Show, Saturday and Sunday Night Glendis, and Grand Banquet.  Tickets are on sale now at DCGreeks.com!

Help AHEPA Lay Wreaths on Graves of Greek-American Heroes Buried at Arlington National Cemetery

When: Saturday May 26, 2018
7:30 AM
Where: Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA  22211 

Sign-up and Serve the Greater Washington Orthodox Community
By Laying AHEPA Wreaths on Flags Honoring Fallen Heroes of Our Orthodox Faith
At Arlington National Cemetery

An AHEPA National Service Project That Satisfies Middle & High School Community Service Requirements

Meet at St Katherine at 7:30 AM, Saturday May 26, 2018
For Instructions and Directions

For More Information Contact:

Col Nick Vamvakias 703-323-7153

Angelo Toutsi 703-281-0843

This year, AHEPA will once again have the hallowed honor of laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day. This has been a time-honored tradition dating back to 1928. Moreover, our Brothers from Washington Chapter 31, with support from Col. Peter N. Derzis Chapter 438, Arlington, VA., will be placing grave markers on all Greek-Americans and Orthodox Christian soldiers who are buried at Arlington Cemetery and made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation. As this has become an immense task, these chapters are welcoming assistance those who are able to participate on the Saturday before Memorial Day. If you are able to participate this will be an incredibly moving day which you will remember for the rest of your life.