1 THE SOURCE May 2013 Issue # 5-13 HOLY TRINITY GREEK ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL CAMP HILL, PA PASCHAL GREETINGS 2013 Dearly Beloved, One of the striking features of the Resurrection Icon that will be placed on our Church altar-solea on Pascha night, is the downward stretched arm of the Savior offered to Adam and Eve to free them from their bondage in Hades. With upward stretched arms, may we grasp the hand of God and accept what He offers with so great a love your own personal resurrection. Everything we have comes from His Holy Hand. As Saint Paul tells us, "All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself..." (II Corinthians 5:18). Let us also share this glory with the myriads of people everywhere who are stretching forth their hands seeking purification, redemption and joy. They are the hands of unfortunate souls that were always empty, starting right from their childhood people who never had a chance to enjoy the most basic God-given right for all mankind: protection of their very life under the law of the land. They are the hands of the poor, the weak and the oppressed in all parts of the world who are in near despair and are stretching forth their hands, hoping and praying for a better tomorrow. They are the hands of little children and adolescents seeking the hand of God to be rescued from the abuse inflicted upon them by people who have no sense of conscience or compassion. They are the hands of human beings who really feel that they are "strangers to the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world." (Ephesians 2:12). (continued on next page)
2 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 2 Let us celebrate this joy by attending the beautiful once a year Paschal vigil of Saturday night from the beginning to the end. This includes the Resurrection announcement in our courtyard and the entrance back into the church for the Pascha Liturgy. This year, immediately following the Paschal liturgy our entire community is invited to come to the hall for a bit of socializing. We will enjoy avgolemeno soup, bread, and a little wine! This post-liturgy meal is a common tradition in our Churches throughout the Archdiocese and I am grateful to those who are now preparing this for our Cathedral community as well. Before departing to our separate homes for the night, what a wonderful event this can be to socially embrace, with glad hearts, our celebration of Christ is Risen! +Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge, Proistamenos * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Respecting CHURCH ETIQUETTE By Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge Anything in life becomes more exciting and meaningful when we participate in it. For example, a person who doesn't know anything about the rules and strategy of football, is less likely to be a die-hard fan, compared to the one who studies it and does it. This is also true of worship, and the spiritual life in general. We can either be a marginal spectator on the road; or actively get into the game. In order to triumph in the latter, let us keep in mind a few basics about etiquette in worship. (continued on next page)
3 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 3 Once the service is in process, if it is necessary to enter or exit the church, this is best done during the singing of hymns. There are certain times when undue movement should not take place. Of special note are the following principles: 1. The very beginning invocation of the service when the priest intones, "Blessed is the Kingdom This invocation ushers into the right reference point, and hearing this liturgically is respectful and important. 2. Readings of the Epistle and Gospel: Remember that the readings and the sermon are key elements of the Liturgy that can help the believer in their preparation for Holy Communion! It is important that everybody is in the Church at least by the Epistle and Gospel readings. Planning to come from the beginning of the Lord s Mystical Supper is a sign of faith. We are always to be completely still God's Word (not even to light candles), and this includes the Epistle as well as the Gospel. (Although: one may quickly enter into the nave immediately after the Epistle until the Gospel starts; and again immediately after the Gospel until the sermon starts). 3. The Sermon: Once the sermon has begun, anyone coming to church late should quietly come into the nave and stand in the back against the glass wall (i.e. the area between the glass and the pews, or even in the first five or six pews if there is room). However, please do NOT enter further towards the front of the church because that would be distracting not only to the preacher, but also to the rest of the faithful. 5. Before approaching for Holy Communion the faithful should wait reverently and patiently for the invitation to, draw near before approaching the solea. Receiving Holy Communion is offered to the faithful who have prepared themselves consciously to approach with the fear of God and with faith. Receiving Holy Communion is not an individual pious act; it is a celebration of the community and is the chief sign of membership in the church. At the same time, we should prepare carefully for Holy Communion, abiding by the moral teachings of the church, and presenting your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship (Romans 12.1). Final Etiquette Notes 6) Before venerating any icon, please remove all lipstick or lip coating. Kissing icons with lipstick is disrespectful towards the icon and the other persons who would also wish to kiss the holy icons. Also, lipstick and lip coating are very difficult to cleanup afterwards, and could potentially damage some of the icons. 7) Regarding babies and small children at Liturgy: We should exercise patience. The children have as much of a need to be in the Lord s assembly as adults, and bringing them to Church is a divinely given responsibility of parents and godparents. At the same time, the delivery of the sermon is one point in which parents should take their children to the narthex if they are making distractive noise; then re-enter the nave after the sermon. Normally, we should work to keep children in the Church, the holy house of the Lord. However, small children can be taken out for short periods of time whenever the need exists. Please remember that persons who watch small children often benefit from a pleasant smile and an offer to help, rather than a frown.
4 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 4 (A Parish under the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, and the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh) The Source is a monthly publication issued 11 times annually (June/July is a combined issue) SUNDAY MORNING LITURGIES ORTHROS 8:45 a.m. DIVINE LITURGY 10:00 a.m. WEEKDAY MORNING SERVICES WHEN SCHEDULED ORTHROS 8:30 a.m. DIVINE LITURGY 9:30 a.m. Church Office Main Office: :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday Friday Dana Fleisher-Silen, Church Secretary Fax: (717) Priests Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge, Cathedral Dean Cell: Fr. Mark Lichtenstein, Assistant Priest Cell: A priest is generally present at the church for unscheduled appointments Monday-Friday from 9:00am-12:00pm. For scheduled appointments you may contact the priests at the Church office or by calling them directly on their cell phones. The priests offer frequent studies and community-gatherings. This includes a weekly Pan- Orthodox bible study that meets in Harrisburg, each Wednesday morning 12:00 Noon - 1:00 p.m. Current place of meeting is: 33 N 2 nd St, Harrisburg, PA (Harbilas & Association, Accounting Office). Please see monthly Source for additional community opportunities.
5 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 5 OTHER STAFF Mary Wallenmeyer Financial Assistant to the Treasurer (717) Tom Paparoidamis Protopsalti (Cantor) (717) Tim Leland Maintenance (717) Meade Buff Buffington, Jr. Custodian (717) PARISH MINISTRIES & OTHER ORGANIZATIONS Parish Council John Harbilas, President Home (717) Cell (717) Philoptochos Ricky Zervanos (717) Sunday School Thana Ward (717) Despina Aftosmes (717) Sunday School PTO Michael Ward (717) YAL George Peslis (717) GOYA President Niko Papoutsis (717) Vice President Demetra Mallios JOY Thana Ward (717) Greek School PTO Mantha Hershey (717) Olympic Flame Dancers Anne Parke, Co-Director (717) Olympic Flame Dancers Mantha Demopoulos, Co-Director (717) Greek School Dimitra Curley, Director (717) Choir Director Kathy Doulgeris (717) Choir Assistant Robert Moeller (717) Sts. Joachim & Anna Christ Zervanos (717) Ahepa Al Alex (717) Blood Bank Christ Megoulas (717) Dean Kokos (717) Neohoriton Society William Kotsalos (717) Hellenic Heritage Assoc. Alexander Vgontzas (717) Evrytanian Assoc. Velouchi, Jim Lloyd (717) Chapter 18- Agios Taxiarhis Basketball Director George Spanos
6 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 6 Dear Parishioners, PARISH COUNCIL The month of May will be extra busy because of Pascha and the festival being just two weeks apart! Fortunately the ladies have been happy and busy with the baking preparations. We thank everyone who has participated so far with the ladies and also those who helped with the pastitsio and moussaka. The most demanding times are still ahead of us. The operation of the festival requires over a hundred volunteers at any busy time. The three days of the festival can be very satisfying for those who participate. Please do your part and step up and volunteer. Many of you have experience from previous years and know where you want to volunteer but we ask that you sign up so the chairperson for each stand will know when you will be available to help. Maybe each of our returning volunteers can ask a friend to volunteer. Many of you have noticed that the new bookstore is under construction. We hope that it will be completed before the festival. Jane Aftosmes has been managing the store from the beginning but she will not be able to continue running the store much longer. We would like someone or a group of volunteers to step up and take over this worthwhile responsibility sometime after the festival. Also plans for the commemorative book album are progressing. Helen Tzanis and her committee are working very hard to get it to fruition. At the conclusion of the project there will be a dance to celebrate the 75th anniversary again. Please be aware that Fr. Kosta has planned a new community event at the end of the resurrection service. Nick Mallios has volunteered and avgolemono soup (Sunnyside's recipe, Charlie will be proud of his son Nick), bread and a glass of wine will be made available to all the parishioners in the social hall at the conclusion of the resurrection liturgy. Please make this a successful event by participating. On behalf of the Parish Council, we wish you a blessed Holy Week and blessed Pascha. John Harbilas Parish Council President MAY COFFEE HOUR Maggie Conrad, Cecelia Masney, Zoe McCleaf, Mona Papoutsis, Ettie Papoutsis MAY EARLY USHERS 7 Georgia Lucas & George Keriazes 14 Paul Kokos & Kostas Pappas 21 George Mallios & Nick C. Mallios 28 Bill Kotsalos & Gus Giannaris MAY EPISTLE READERS 5 th Great and Holy Pascha Acts 1:1-8 Σελις 231 Reader: Dorothy Braun 12 th Sunday of Thomas Acts 5:12-20 Σελις 240 Reader: Lona Mavros 19 th Sunday of the Myrrhbearers Acts 6:1-7 Σελις 242 Reader: James Lloyd 26 th Sunday of the Paralytic Acts 9:32-42 Σελις 251 Reader: Peter A. Aftosmes
7 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 7 JUNE EPISTLE READERS 2 Sunday of the Samaritan Woman Epistle: Acts 11:19-30 Reader: Ed Ward 9 Sunday of the Blind Man Epistle: Acts 16:16-34 Reader: Dean Kokos 16 Father of the 1 st Ecumenical Council Epistle: Acts 20:16-18, Reader: Ann Ariano 23 Holy Pentecost Epistle: Acts 2:1-11 Reader: Robert Moeller 30 All Saints Epistle: Heb 11:33-12:2 Reader: Peter E. Aftosmes MEMORIALS/TRISAGIA ALTAR FLOWERS COFFEE HOUR Spyridoula Brellos May day Memorial, Altar Flowers, and Coffee Hour Steve Kaldes May 26 1-yr Memorial, Altar Flowers, and Coffee Hour MEMORY ETERNAL We extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Spyridoula Brellos who passed away on April 6, YOUTH MINISTRIES HOPE & JOY AND SUNDAY SCHOOL Friday, May 3 Holy Good Friday There will be a Sunday School Good Friday retreat beginning at 11:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary with a 12:00 p.m. Lenten Luncheon to be served. 12:45 p.m. 2:45 p.m. There will be appropriate classes for each grade level. We will dismiss at 2:45 p.m. to attend the 3:00 p.m. Good Friday Service. Please be sure your child is registered so that we may have enough crafts and activity materials available. The girls in grades 3 and 4 will be participating in the Good Friday Evening services by taking the role of the Myrhhbearers. Parents of girls in 3 and 4 th grade please contact Thana if you have not received an explanation sheet. Have a blessed Lenten Season. GREEK SCHOOL On Wednesday March 20th at 6:00 pm, Mr. Labros Pilalis visited our school and gave a presentation for the war that took place around the year Mr. Pilalis provided us with a precise timeline of the events that took place before, during and after the war. The half hour presentation followed by questions and answers. The presentation was well attended by the students and parents. An event that was enjoyed and appreciated by all, especially the students. On behalf of the Greek school staff we want to thank Mr. Pilalis for his continuous efforts to support our school as we look forward to more presentations in the future. On Sunday March 25th, the Greek schools of central Pennsylvania celebrated the Greek Independence Day "March 25th" with a speech given by Lieutenant Colonel George Varelas, poems, songs and dances. The festivities of the day started with the entrance of the flags and a Doxology, continued with a luncheon provided and organized by the PTO. On behalf of the Greek school staff and the community we want to thank the three families who were in charge of the main course of the meal - the Balafoutas, Bouboukas and the Gianarris families.we also want to thank all those who took the time to decorated the hall that enhanced the theme of the day. On another note, please mark your calendars for June 3rd, at 5:15 the Greek school will celebrate the end of the school year. Thank you Dimitra Curley
8 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 8 PARISH MINISTRIES PHILOPTOCHOS No article this month. STS. JOACHIM AND ANNA About 30 members of the Saints Joachim and Anna Society visited the Archeology Laboratory of Dickinson College on Wednesday, April 3. Dr. Christofilis Maggidis, Chairman of the Department of Archaeology, gave the senior citizens a tour of the laboratory, including the school's unique indoor dig simulator. This was followed by a lecture by Dr. Maggidis, in the beautiful Theological Seminar Room in Denny Hall, on the subject of the Parthenon marbles and on issues of cultural heritage. Dr. Maggidis spends the summer months with his students at Mycenae and other archaeological sites in Greece; the students are taught Greek during the school year by his wife, Molly Maggidis. Membership in the Saints Joachim and Anna Society is open to all parishioners age 55 and over. For more information about membership, contact Mary Touloumes at or Christ Zervanos at CHURCH LENDING LIBRARY The church library contains information about Orthodoxy and Greece for you and your children. If you would like to borrow a book, sign the blue notebook, fill in name, date and name of book and when you return it, be sure to list the date you are returning it by your original sign in. Also, some of the books haven't been returned to our library; please check your books and return Holy Trinity's books for the use of your fellow parishioners. Thank you. BOOKSTORE Check the bookstore for your graduates, spring weddings, showers, etc. We have Greek culture books, cookbooks, Complete Orthodox Study Bibles, and hundreds of Icons. Remember to use the Holy Trinity Cathedral web site for links to Skete for icons and Orthodox Marketplace for any items you cannot find in our store. The Cathedral will benefit from purchases made through these links. Special requests, please call Jane Aftosmes PARISH NEWS WALKWAY OF THE FAITHFUL If you want to include your family and loved ones in our unique WALKWAY of the FAITHFUL, you may purchase a brick in memory or in honor of a loved one. Simply obtain and complete a form in the office. Please contact Dimitri Zozos with any questions. (717) BLOOD DRIVE AHEPA CHAPTER #64 Congratulations to the following individuals for becoming certified during the month of March: Despina Aftosmes Robert Bowersox Dimitra Curley Dana Fleisher-Silen Melisa Kotsalos Dean Kokos Christ Megoulas Peter Megoulas Konstantine Pappas Bill Paterekas John Peslis Nick Theofanis Mary Wallenmeyer William Wallenmeyer We will be scheduling a refresher class for all new folks who would like to get certified with CPR/AED training. Please contact the office if you would like to be included in this upcoming class FESTIVAL BAKING SCHEDULE (the ladies usually work 9:00 a.m.+/- until early afternoon to finish) MAY 7 th & 8 th Tuesday/Wednesday Baklava 13 th Monday Karidopita cupping baklava 14 th Tuesday Kataifi Crema - cupping and boxing 15 th Wednesday Kataifi Crema cupping and boxing 16 th Setup 17 th 18 th 19 th - FESTIVAL
9 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 9 Remember the Sick, the Suffering, the Afflicted The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective (James 5.16) Fr. Kosta and Fr. Mark will be bringing Holy Communion to all those who are unable to come to Church during this special Pascha Season. If you have loved ones who are homebound but who s situation is unknown by the clergy, please feel free to contact the priests so that they may add your loved ones to the visitations list. Also feel free to contact the clergy for lists of persons who could appreciate a card, a call, flowers, or even a visit by others as well. SOUVLAKI PREPARATIONS Mark your calendars for May 15, At 9:00 a.m. will be the cutting of the meat, and at 6:00 p.m. will be the Souvlaki preparation. AHEPA VETERANS MEMORIAL TRISAGION SERVICE On May 26, a Trisagion Service will be chanted for all departed military veterans, in front of the AHEPA Veterans Memorial in the Court Yard following the distribution of the Antidoro. All parishioners are invited to attend. Coffee hour, sponsored by the Order of AHEPA Chapter 64, will follow the Trisagion Service. YIAYIA'S ATTIC at the FESTIVAL Yiayia's Attic will be open during the Greek Festival on May 17, 18, and 19. Check your home for gently used jewelry, handbags and shoes, household items and decorations no longer used, and drop them off at the church office. All proceeds from the sale will go to help Philoptochos outreach programs. GRADUATION SUNDAY JUNE 2, 2013 Holy Trinity Cathedral youth graduating from High School or College in May/June 2013 will be recognized at the conclusion of Divine Liturgy on Sunday, June 2, Anyone graduating from high school or college should submit the form below to the church office so that our youth may be recognized for having achieved this important milestone in their life. Friday May 24 th 11:00 a.m. Rolling Green Name: Parents Names: School s Name: If graduating from college, degree obtained: MEMORIAL DAY CEMETERY VISITATION SCHEDULE Saturday May 25 th 9:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy in Chambersburg 10:00 a.m. Chambersburg Cemetery 12:00 Noon Shippensburg 2:00 p.m. Carlisle To arrange for clergy visits to other areas, please contact Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge Monday May 27 9:00 a.m. Paxtang 10:30 a.m. Harrisburg East
10 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 10 LITURGICAL LIFE AND REFLECTIONS FOR MAY HOLY WEEK & GREAT PASCHA SATURDAY OF LAZARUS Saturday April 27 Orthros 8:30am Divine Liturgy 9:30am Followed by youth breakfast & Palm Folding PALM SUNDAY Sunday April 28 th Orthros Divine Liturgy Service of Bridegroom HOLY MONDAY April 29 th Service of Bridegroom HOLY TUESDAY April 30 th Service of Bridegroom (Includes Hymn of Kassiani) 8:45am 10:00am 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm HOLY WEDNESDAY May 1 st Holy Unction 4:00 pm Please keep in mind that the Mystery (Sacrament) of Holy Unction is reserved for the Orthodox Christians who are in good standing with the Church. This is an opportunity for the faithful to be anointed by the priest in the context of the appropriate service where the theme is healing. Nymphios Service (Orthros of Holy Thursday) 7:00pm HOLY THURSDAY May 2 nd The Vesperal Liturgy of St. Basil The Holy Passion Service (12 Gospel Readings) HOLY FRIDAY May 3 rd Royal Hours Followed by Epitaphios Preps Apokathylosis "Sweet Sorrow" Lamentations (Epitaphios) 8:30am 7:00pm 8:30am 9:45am 3:00pm 7:00pm HOLY SATURDAY May 4 th Vesperal Liturgy of St. Basil 8:30am The Vigil & Feast of Holy and Great Pascha! 11:00PM GREAT AND HOLY PASCHA DAYTIME May 5 th Children s Egg Hunt 11:00am Agape Service 11:30am
11 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 11 ADDITIONAL SERVICES IN MAY Effective Sunday, May 19th (the Sunday of our Festival), we will begin our Summer Hours: Sunday Orthros will begin at 8:15, followed by Divine Liturgy at 9:30. These hours will continue until the season of new Ecclesiastical year in September. Monday May 6 th St George the Great Martyr & Triumphant *8:30am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy (Usually celebrated on April 23 rd, when this feast falls during Great Lent it is moved to Monday of Bright Week) Friday May 10 th Theotokos of the Life-giving Spring *8:30am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy. Clergy and faithful from the local Orthodox parishes are being invited to join us for this Bright Week Pan-Orthodox concelebrating at our Cathedral. Sunday May 12 th Divine Liturgy (Thomas Sunday) 8:45am Orthros, 10:00am Divine Liturgy. Sunday May 19 th Divine Liturgy (Myrrh Bearers) 8:15am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy. Effective Sunday, May 19th (the Sunday of our Festival), we will begin our Summer Hours: Sunday Orthros will begin at 8:15, followed by Divine Liturgy at 9:30. These hours will continue until the season of new Ecclesiastical year in September. Tuesday May 21 st Sts. Constantine & Helen *8:30am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy Sunday May 26 th Divine Liturgy (Paralytic) 8:45am Orthros, 10:00am Divine Liturgy. Wednesday May 29 th Mid-Pentecost *8:30am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy *********************************************************************************************************** Community Avgolemeno Soup This Pascha Immediately after Liturgy On Holy Saturday, the resurrection of Jesus Christ is celebrated at midnight in our church courtyard. At the conclusion, bells will ring and the faithful will re-gather in the church with lit candles to celebrate the Paschal Liturgy! This year, immediately following the Liturgy the faithful are invited to gather in the hall for a bowl of soup and bread with a glass of wine to break the fast and to socialize a bit. This gathering is open to all and free of charge. So come by and enjoy a bit of social time and one more Χριστός Ανέστη - Christ is risen with the community before returning to your home for the night!!!
12 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 12 MAY GREEK FESTIVAL HELP May , 2013 As all of you know our Annual Greek Festival is the largest fundraising activity for our Church and requires a lot of work from a lot of parishioners. Presently, over 30% of our Church s annual budget income comes from the Festival. The need is clear, everyone must get involved and share the burden in order for this annual undertaking of our community succeeds. To ensure we have enough help, we would like to have firm commitments (6 to 8 hours) from as many parishioners as possible for the assignment of various work tasks during the 3 festival days. If you would like to financially support the cost of the festival, please write a check to: Holy Trinity Cathedral and under memo include festival expenses. Please check the stands (work tasks) and the times you would like to help during the festival days, include your name/telephone/ and someone will contact you. Please your information to or drop off this form to the Church office. INSIDE STANDS: OUTSIDE STANDS: A la Carte Stand Bookstore Clean Tables/Empty Trash Frozen Fds/Rice Pudding Greek Coffee Strawberry Stand Greek Food Store Pastries KITCHEN Kitchen/prep/cooking Kitchen/serving Greek Salad Saganaki Stand Soft Drinks Ice Cream/Baklava Sundaes Souvlaki Stand Loukoumades Gyro Stand LOGISTICS/SUPPORT: Welcoming/Greeters Soft Drinks Parking Clean up after Festival Finance/Cash Name: Phone: Circle the time you are available to work Friday (5/17/13): 10 3pm or 3 8 pm Saturday (5/18/13): 10 3pm or Sunday (5/19/13): 11 5pm 3 8 pm
13 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 13 FESTIVAL The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral Annual Festival will be held on May 17, 18 and 19, 2013 Our Community will be hosting thousands of visitors from the Greater Harrisburg Area. They will come to enjoy our food, hospitality, Greek culture, beautiful Cathedral, and exposure to our faith. This is a time for each and every one of us to come together to achieve our goal A SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL. Success not only financially, but also through the fellowship we will enjoy. PREPARATIONS: Food and pastry preparations have been started and the turnout has been outstanding. The Pastitsio, Dolmathes, Galaktobouriko, and Kataifi will be finished by the end of March. Baking in April will be held on Tuesdays Koulourakia, April 2, Kourambiedes, April 9, Tsourekia April 16, Finikia April 23. Baking in May will be as follows: Baklava -Tuesday, May 7 th & Wednesday, May 8 th, Karidopita Monday, May 13 th, Kataifi Crema Tuesday, May 14 and Wednesday, May 15 th Set Up Thursday May 17 th. Everyone is welcomed and is encouraged to come and help. Any questions regarding times, etc. please call the Church office at or see the Festival chairpersons. The Moussaka is scheduled for Sunday, April 7, The date for preparation of Souvlakia will be Wednesday, May 15.
14 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 14 FESTIVAL COMMITTEES and CHAIRPERSONS: Ad Sales Vicky Kauffman Advertising Dimitri Zozos Ala Carte Stand Clara Theofanis and Fotini Paparoidamis Chocolate Covered Strawberries - TBD Decorations George Mallios Finance Bob Moeller Food and Supplies Ted Kalathas Frozen Foods, etc Hao Truong Gourmet Greek Food Store Penny Matangos Greek Coffee Anthoula Sakelaris & Helen Tzanis Gyro Stand Chris Pandelaras & Ernie Sparages Ice Cream TBD Kitchen Preparations George Mallios & Ted Kalathas Kitchen Nick Mallios Loukoumades Evdokia Mallios Olympic Flame Dancers Anne Parke & Mantha Demopolous Parking & Roadway Signs Al Alex & Nick Theofanis Pastries Philoptochos Placemats Dimitri Zozos Refreshments Bob Moeller Saganaki Stand George Spanos Souvlaki Preparation Al Alex Souvlaki Stand Arthur Kouvelis & Tim Panagos Tent Setup, tables, grills, generators & propane George Mallios Tickets Paul Kokos Welcome Stand Peter Capataides Please commit to helping out both before, during & after our festival. May 17, 18, 19 We need your help! CALL PREPARATIONS: (We begin at 9:00am and hope to finish by early afternoon) Food and pastry preparations have been started and the turnout has been outstanding. The Pastitsio, Moussaka, Dolmathes and Galaktobouriko, Tsourekia, Koulourakia, Kourambiedes and Finikia are all done. Baking in May will be as follows: Baklava -Tuesday, May 7 th & Wednesday, May 8 th Karidopita & Baklava - Cupping - Monday, May 13 th Kataifi Crema Cupping & boxing - Tuesday, May 14 th & Wednesday, May 15 th Souvlakia - Wednesday, May 15 th Festival Setup - Thursday, May 16th Everyone is welcome and we encourage you to come help both now, during and after the festival. REMIND YOUR FRIENDS: Please remember to remind your neighbors, co-workers and friends of the Festival dates, May 17, 18 and 19. Pick up menus and flyers at Church to hand out and post at all appropriate places. Remind everyone that the festival menu, the map directory, the schedule of events and other relevant information can be found at: or FESTIVAL HELP: Festival 2013 is quickly approaching. We are looking forward to a successful festival with the help and input of the entire community. Please call the church office or contact the appropriate committee chairperson to offer your commitment. Sign up sheets are available at the church social hall. We need you now and we need you during the three days of the Festival, May 17, 18 and 19, Please set some time aside to come and help. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral Annual Festival is not only a tradition, but also a way we can give something back to the community. Each and every visitor experiences our food, culture, customs and most importantly, our beliefs. Whether the motivation to attend is to have a gyro or a Greek pastry, we are committed to making sure every visitor will enjoy a great experience. We look forward to your help in achieving our goal A SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL. Thank You for all of your help. The 2013 Festival Committee
15 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 15 SCHOLARSHIPS! ATTENTION PARENTS AND HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS! The scholarships listed below are available to our parishioners as they apply. If you are interested, contact the individuals mentioned below for an application. BE SURE TO CALL TODAY!!! THREE HIERARCHS SCHOLARSHIP FOR GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Each year Holy Trinity Cathedral awards the Three Hierarchs Scholarships to deserving high school graduates of our parish who have demonstrated meritorious academic achievement. Graduating high school seniors who are members of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral community are eligible to submit their high school transcript and information of superior academic achievement and scholastic standing to be considered for this award. The Three Hierarchs Scholarship Committee consisting of Drs. Anthony and Joyce Kales and Dr. Alexandros Vgontzas evaluate a student s academic performance in relation to the following criteria: (1) Class Ranking in the top 10%; (2) Grade Point Average of 3.5 or above; (3) a combined SAT score which is at or above the 90th percentile; and (4) membership in the National Honor Society. Those graduating seniors who wish to be considered for an award may request an application packet from the Church Office or may download it from the Cathedral s web site You also may contact Mr. James Papoutsis at (717) from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. or by The application with all required information as outlined in the application must be submitted by Sunday, May 19, 2013 to be eligible for consideration. Selected candidates will be notified and invited to be present in church Sunday, June 2 nd to be awarded a scholarship immediately after Divine Liturgy. The Three Hierarchs Scholarship Fund was established in 1981 by Drs. Anthony and Joyce Kales to recognize and stimulate interest in superior academic achievement among our young parishioners. The Drs. Kales have provided substantial funding to the Three Hierarchs Scholarship allowing for several scholarships each year. The addition of the Costas and Ekaterina Costopoulos Family Fund within the overall Three Hierarchs Scholarship Fund provides for an additional scholarship. NEOHORITON SYLLOGOS SCHOLARSHIP Each year, graduating high school seniors who are of Neohoriton heritage are eligible to submit their high school transcript and information of superior academic achievement and scholastic standing to be considered for a Neohoriton Syllogos Scholarship award. The scholarship award was established to recognize superior academic achievement among our Neohoriti youth. Selection for this scholarship award will be based on a student s academic performance in relation to the following criteria: (1) Class Ranking; (2) Grade Point Average; and (3) SAT scores. Selected candidates will be notified and invited to the Annual Neohoriton Picnic to be held during the latter part of July to receive the scholarship award. Those graduating seniors who wish to be considered for an award may request an application packet from Holy Trinity Cathedral Office or may contact Mrs. Panagiota Asimakakis-Rouvalis at (717) , or address: The application with all required information as outlined in the application must be submitted by Saturday June 23, 2013 to be eligible for consideration.
16 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 16 SCHOLARSHIPS continued PHILOPTOCHOS The Eleftheria Zozos Scholarship is awarded to a graduating female of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral who emulates the moral character and service to her church community, school community and surrounding community. Senior girls are encouraged to complete application so they can be considered for this honor and monetary award. The scholarship is not based on scholastic ability; rather, it is based strictly on service and involvement with our Cathedral, the High School, and the Civic Community. For an application, write or contact the church office c/o St. Catherine Philoptochos - Eleftheria Zozos Scholarship. AHEPA The Order of AHEPA, Harrisburg Chapter No. 64, Merit Scholarship is available to any high school senior contemplating entering an accredited college or university as a freshman in the fall of Applicants must be a member of the AHEPA family or a member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral. Applications may be obtained by calling the Scholarship Chairperson, Dimitri Zozos, at (717) DEADLINE: May 31, AGIOS TAXIARHIS EVRYTANIAN ASSOCIATION VELOUCHI CHAPTER 18 is proud to announce their second annual academic scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded to deserving high school seniors, undergraduates or graduate students whose parents are members of the local Evrytanian Association chapter. If you are interested in applying for the scholarship, please contact Sam Kolokithas, Jim Lloyd. The Evrytanian Association, Velouchi, is a philanthropic organization founded in 1944 in Charlotte, NC. The initial purpose of the Association was to galvanize Evrytanians into helping their countrymen reconstruct lives after WWII. In time, the Association s mission was broadened to include the preservation of heritage by strengthening ties among its members. The association s efforts fulfill philanthropic, educational, patriotic, social and cultural goals, by expanding established activities and projects, by increasing its membership and chapters, and by supporting Evrytanian youth with scholarships both here and abroad. The local chapter, Agios Taxiarhis, was established a few years ago and is one of 18 national chapters. Membership to the Association is available to all persons whose family is from the province of Evrytania, Greece and all other persons who share in the philanthropic, educational, patriotic, social and cultural goals of the Association. If you are not a member and want to find out more information, contact Sam Kolokithas (717) , Jim Lloyd (717) , or John Peslis, (717) SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NEW YORK Applications and instructions for the three scholarships administered by the Chancellor s Office of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, are now available for awards to be made for the academic year. Two of these scholarships are for undergraduate studies: the George & Naouma (Gioule) Gioles Scholarship and the Katina John Malta Scholarship; the third one is the Paleologos Graduate Scholarship, which is awarded for graduate work of a non-theological nature. Each of these scholarships was established through generous gifts from dedicated Greek Orthodox Christians who wanted to provide financial assistance towards the education of young people from our Orthodox community. The deadline for applying for all three is April 26, Further details, including complete instructions and applications, are available on-line on the website of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America at Applications may also be requested by at or by written request to the Scholarship Committee, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, 8-10 East 79th Street, New York, NY,
17 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 17 Η ΠΗΓΗ ΜΑΙΟΣ 2013 ΚΑΦΕΣ Μαγγυ Κανρεντ, Σεσιλια Μενση, Ζωη Μακλιφ, Μονα και Εττυ Παπουτση 5η 12η 19η 26η ΕΠΙΤΡΟΠΟΙ ΜΑΙΟΥ Γεωργια Λουκα & Γιωργος Κυριαζης Αποστολος Κοκος & Κωστας Παππας Γιωργος Μαλλιος & Νικος Μαλλιος Βασιλειος Κοτσαλος & Κωστας Γιανναρης ΑΝΑΓΝΩΣΤΕΣ ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΩΝ ΜΑΙΟΥ 5 η Το Αγιο Πασχα Ντοροθυ Μπραμ 12 η Κυριακη του Θωμα Λονα Μαυρου 19 η Κυριακη των Μυροφορων Τζειμς Λλοιντ 26 η Κυριακη του Παραλυτου Πητερ Α. Αφτοσμης ΑΝΑΓΝΩΣΤΕΣ ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΩΝ ΙΟΥΝΙΟΥ 2 η Κυριακη της Σαμαριτειδας Εντ Γουορντ 9 η Κυριακη του Τυφλου Ντην Κοκος 16 η Των αγιων Πατερων της 1 ης Οικουμενικης Συνοδου Αννα Αριανο 23 η Της Πεντηκοστης Ρομπερτ Μολλερ 30 η Των Αγιων Παντων Πητερ Ε. Αφτοσμης ΛΟΥΛΟΥΔΙΑ ΙΕΡΟΥ/ΚΑΦΕΣ ΜΝΗΜΟΣΥΝΑ/ ΤΡΙΣΑΓΙΑ 26 Μαιου Μνημοσυνο ενος ετους λουλουδια Ιερου και καφε εις μνημην Στεφανου Καλδη. ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΑ ΝΕΟΛΑΙΑΣ ΧΟΠ & ΤΖΟΙ/ΚΑΤΗΧΗΤΙΚΟ ΣΧΟΛΕΙΟ Παρασκευη 3 Μαιου Μεγαλη Παρασκευη Το ρητρητ του Κατηχητικου Σχολειου θα αρχισει στις 11:30 π.μ. στην εκκλησια. 12:00 μ.μ. Νηστησιμο Γευμα 12:45 μ.μ. 2:45 μ.μ. Ταξεις για καθε επιπεδο ηλικιας. 3:00 μ.μ. Θα λαβουν μερος στην Ακολουθια της Αποκαθηλωσις. Σας παρακαλουμε να γραψετε τα παιδια σας για να εχουμε αρκετα υλικα για τις χειροτεχνιες. Τα κοριτσια απο την 3 η και 4 η ταξη θα λαβουν μερος στην λειτουργια της Μεγαλης Παρασκευης το βραδυ (Επιταφιο) σαν Μυροφορες. Γονεις των κοριτσιων 3 ης και 4 ης ταξης εαν δεν εχετε παρει τα χαρτια που εξηγουν για το ρολο των κοριτσιων επικοινωνειστε με την Θενα. ΚΟΙΝΟΤΙΚΗ ΖΩΗ ΣΥΛΛΟΓΟΣ ΙΩΑΚΕΙΜ ΚΑΙ ΑΝΝΑ Την Τεταρτη 3 Απριλιου 30 μελη επισκεφτηκαν το Κολλεγιο Ντικινσον οπου ο καθηγητης της αρχαιολογιας Κος Χριστοφιλης Μαγγιδης μιλησε για τα μαρμαρα του Παρθενωνα. Η επομενη συγκεντρωση του συλλογου θα γινει την Τεταρτη 8 Μαιου με ομιλητρια την Σελινα Μαν την ιδρυτρια του καφε Σοκολατα του Λιτιτζ με την ειδικοτητα σε βιολογικες σοκολατες,καφεδες και τσαι.εχει μιλησει σε διαφορους οργανισμους και πανεπιστημια για την παραγωγη του καφε και της σοκολατας. Ολοι οι ενοριτες ηλικιας 55 ετων και ανω μπορουν να γινουν μελη του συλλογου επικοινωνειστε με την Μαιρη Τουλουμη η τον Χρηστο Ζερβανο ΒΙΒΒΛΙΟΘΗΚΗ ΤΗΣ ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑΣ Η βιβλιοθηκη της εκκλησιας μας περιεχει πολλα βιβλια σχετικα με την Ορθοδοξια και την Ελλαδα.Εαν θελετε να δανειστειτε βιβλια απο την βιβλιοθηκη μπορειτε να υπογραψετε το ονομα σας στο μπλε βιβλιο. ΒΙΒΛΙΟΠΩΛΕΙΟ Επισκεφτειτε το βιβλιοπωλειο για δωρα για αποφοιτους, γαμους.επισης εχουμε βιβλια της ελληνικης κουλτουρας, μαγειρικης Βιβλους και εικονες. Το βιβλιοπωλειο ειναι ανοιχτο καθε Κυριακη μετα την Θεια Λειτουργια. Για περρισοτερες πληροφοριες επικοινωνειστε με την Τζεην Αφτοσμη
18 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 18 ΚΟΙΝΟΤΙΚΑ ΝΕΑ Ο ΔΙΑΔΡΟΜΟΣ ΤΩΝ ΠΙΣΤΩΝ Μπορειτε να αγορασετε τουβλα ειτε εις μνημην η προς τιμην αγαπημενου σας προσωπου ζητωντας αιτηση απο το γραφειο της εκκλησιας.μπορειτε να απευθυνθειτε στον Δημητρη Ζοζο αν εχετε ερωτησεις ΑΙΜΟΔΟΣΙΑ Συγχαρητηρια στα παρακατω ατομα που συμπληρωσαν τα μαθηματα τεχνητης αναπνοης τον Μαρτιο : Δεσποινα Αφτοσμη Ρομπερτ Μπαουρσαξ Δημητρα Κορλυ Νταινα Φλαησερ Σιλεν Μελισα Κοτσαλου Ντην Κοκος Χρηστος Μεγκουλας Παναγιωτης Μεγκουλας Κωνσταντινος Παππας Βασιλης Πατερεκας Ιωαννης Πεσλης Νικος Θεοφανης Γουιλλιαμ Γουαλλαμαερ Μαρια Γουαλλαμαερ Θα εχουμε ξανα μαθηματα για οσους θελουν να μαθουν την τεχνητη αναπνοη.επικοινωνειστε με το γραφειο της εκκλησιας για να λαβετε μερος στην επομενη ταξη ΕΤΟΙΜΑΣΙΑ ΦΑΓΗΤΩΝ ΚΑΙ ΓΛΥΚΙΣΜΑΤΩΝ ΜΑΙΟ Τριτη / Τεταρτη 7-8 Μαιου Μπακλαβα Δευτερα 13 Μαιου Καρυδοπιτα Τριτη 14 Μαιου- Καταιφι με κρεμα Τεταρτη 15 Μαιου Καταιφι με κρεμα Πεμπτη 16 Μαιου ετοιμασια της αιθουσας για το φεστιβαλ Μαιου Φεστιβαλ. ΣΟΥΒΛΑΚΙΑ Την Τεταρτη 15 Μαιου στις 9:00 π.μ. θα γινει το κοψιμο του κρεατος για τα σουβλακια και στις 6:00 μ.μ. το σουβλισμα.χρειαζομαστε την βοηθεια σας. ΤΡΙΣΑΓΙΟ ΓΙΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΒΕΤΕΡΑΝΟΥΣ Την Κυριακη 27 Μαιου μετα την Θεια Λειτουργια θα ψαλλει μνημοσυνο για τους Παλαιμαχους της Αχεπα στο Μνημειο των παλαιμαχων στο Προαυλιο της εκκλησιας. Μετα το τρισαγιο το παραρτημα της Αχεπα θα προσφερει τον καφε. ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΕΒΔΟΜΑΔΑ ΑΓΙΟ ΠΑΣΧΑ ΣΑΒΒΑΤΟ ΤΟΥ ΛΑΖΑΡΟΥ 8:30 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια. Προγευμα ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ ΤΩΝ ΒΑΙΩΝ 8:45 π.μ. Ορθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια. 7:00 μ.μ. Η Ακολουθια του Νυμφιου ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ 7:00 μ.μ. Η Ακολουθια του Νυμφιου ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΤΡΙΤΗ 7:00 μ.μ. Η Ακολουθια του Νυμφιου (Το Τροπαριο της Κασσιανης) ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΤΕΤΑΡΤΗ 1 Μαιου 4:00 μ.μ.. Το Μεγα Ευχελαιο 7:00 μ.μ. Η Ακολουθια του Νυμφιου ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΠΕΜΠΤΗ 2 Μαιου 8:30 π.μ. Εσπερινη Λειτουργια του Μεγαλου Βασιλειου 7:00 μ.μ. Τα Αγια Παθη του Χριστου (Δωδεκα Ευαγγελια) ΜΕΓΑΛΗ ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΗ- 3 Μαιου 8:30 π.μ. Βασιλικες Ωρες 9:45 π.μ. Ετοιμασια Επιταφιου 3:00 μ.μ. Αποκαθηλωσις 7:00 μ.μ. Τα Εγκωμια (Επιταφιος) ΜΕΓΑΛΟ ΣΑΒΒΑΤΟ- 4 Μαιου 8:30 π.μ.. Εσπερινη Λειτουργια του Μεγαλου Βασιλειου 11:00 μ.μ. Αγιο Πασχα ΑΓΙΟ ΠΑΣΧΑ - 5 Μαιου 11:00 μ.μ. Κυνηγι Αυγων 11:30 π.μ. Εσπερινος Αγαπης Δευτερα 6 Μαιου - Του Αγιου Γεωργιου 8:30 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια Παρασκευη 10 Μαιου Της Ζωοδοχου Πηγης 8:30 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια Κυριακη 12 Μαιου Κυριακη του Θωμα 8:45 π.μ. Ορθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια Κυριακη 19 Μαιου Κυριακη των Μυροφορων 8:15 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια Τριτη 21 Μαιου Των Αγιων Κωνσταντινου και Ελενης 8:30 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια Κυριακη 26 Μαιου Του παραλυτου 8:15 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια Τεταρτη 29 Μαιου (Μεσοπεντηκοστη) 8:30 π.μ. Ορθρος 9:30 π.μ. Θεια Λειτουργια
19 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 19 Προσοχη γονεις και αποφοιτοι Λυκειου!Οι παρακατω υποτροφιεςειναι διαθεσιµες για οσ ους ενοριτες ενδιαφερονται. ΤΡΕΙΣ ΙΕΡΑΡΧΕΣ Η υποτροφια Των Τριων Ιεραρχων δηµιουργηθηκε το 1981 απο τους ιατρους Αντωνιο και Τζοις Καλη. νεους και νεες της κοινοτητας που τελειωνουν το Λυκειο.Με την προσθεση δωρεων απο τον Κωστα και Αικατερινη Κωστοπουλου προσφερεται κι αλλη υποτροφια. Η επιτροπη της υποτροφιας των Τριω ν Ιεραρχων αποτελειται απο τους ιατρους Αντωνιο και Τζοις Καλη κ αι ιατρο Αλεξαντρο Βγοντζα. Η υποτροφια δινεται µε βαση τις αριστες επιδοσεις στην ταξη και στ α διαγωνισµατα. Οι αποφοιτοι Λυκει ου που ενδιαφερονται µπορουν να ζητησουν αιτηση απο το γραφειο τ ης εκκλησιας και να ζητησουν απο το Λυκειο τους να στειλει στο γραφειο της εκκλησιας / ηµητριο Παπουτσ η απο της 5:00 μ.μ. μεχρι τις 10:00 μ.μ. Αντιγραφο του Λυκειου µε µεσο ορο βαθµολογιας στα ΣΑΤ, η αλλες τιµες που δεχτηκαν.(καταταγη στο Νατιοναλ Ανορ Σοσαετι).Οριο υποβολης αιτησεων12 Μαιου ΣΥΛΛΟΓΟΣ ΝΕΟΧΩΡΙΤΩΝ Ο Συλλογος των Νεοχωριτων παραχωρει υποτροφια στους τελειοφοιτους Λυκειου που σχεδιαζουν να γραφτουν σε Κολλεγιο η Πανεπιστηµιο το Φθινοπωρο του Οι υποψηφιοι πρεπει να εχουν Νεοχωριτικη καταγωγη.η επιλογη γινεται με βαση την ακαδημαικη επιδοση των αποφοιτων με τον μεσο ορο βαθμολογιας,τα αποτελεσματα των ΣΑΤ και την καταταξη στην ταξη. Οι ενδιαφερομενοι μπορουν να ζητησουν αιτησεις απο την υπευθυνη υποτροφιων Κα Παναγιωτα Ασημακακη- Ρουβελη Οριο υποβολης αιτησεων 23 Ιουνιο υ Η απονομη της υποτροφιας θα γινει τον Ιουλιο στο ετησιο Πικ νικ των Νεοχωριτων. ΦΙΛΟΠΤΩΧΟΣ Η Φιλοπτωχος παραχωρει την ετησια υποτροφια µνηµην Ελευθεριας Ζοζου σε µαθητριες που τελειωνουν το Λυκειο. Η υποτροφια δινεται µε βαση των υπερησιων στην εκκλησια,
20 THE SOURCE MAY 2013 Page 20 σχολειο και κοινοτητα και οχι µε βαση των ακαδηµαικων επιδοσεων. Επικοινωνειστε µε το γραφειο της εκκλησιας / Φιλοπτωχος αν ενδιαφερεστε για αιτησεις. ΣΥΛΛΟΓΟΣ ΕΥΡΥΤΑΝΩΝ «ΒΕΛΟΥΧΙ» #18 ΑΓΙΟΣ ΤΑΞΙΑΡΧΗΣ Ο συλλογος θα παραχωρησει την δευτερη ετησια υποτροφια σε αποφοιτους Λυκειου,φοιτητες κολλεγιουκαι πανεπιστημιων που οι γονεις τους ειναι μελη του τοπικου συλλογου Ευρυτανων.Αν ενδιαφερεστε για αιτησεις υποτροφιων απευθυνθειτε στον Τζιμ Λλοιντ και Σαμ Κολοκυθα. Ο συλλογος Ευρυτανων το «Βελουχι» ιδρυθηκε το 1944 στο Σαρλοτ της Βορειας Καρολινας.Ο αρχικος σκοπος του συλλογου ηταν να βοηθησει τους τους πατριωτες Ευρυτανες μετα τις καταστροφες του Δευτερου Παγκοσμιου πολεμου να ξαναφτιαξουν την ζωη τους.στην συνεχεια ο σκοπος του συλλογου εδω στην Αμερικη ειναι να διατηρηθουν οι παραδοσεις, τα ηθη και εθιμα,να συνεχιστει το φιλανθρωπικο, μορφωτικο, πατριωτικο και κοινωνικο εργο του αυξανοντας τον αριθμο μελων και παρτηματων υποστηριζοντας την Ευρυτανικη Νεολαια με Υποτροφιες εδω και στην Ευρυτανια.Το τοπικο παραρτημα δημιουργηθηκε πριν μερικα χρονια και ειναι ενα απο τα δεκαοχτω παραρτηματα.μπορουν να γινουν μελη του συλλογου ολοι που καταγονται απο το νομο Ευρυτανιας και ολοι οσοι μοραζονται τα ιδια ιδανικα του συλλογου για φιλανθρωπικο, μορφωτικο, πατριωτικο, κοινωνικο σκοπο. Αν δεν ειστε μελη και θελετε περισσοτερες πληροφοριες επικοινωνειστε με τον Σαμ Κολοκυθα , Τζιμ Λλοιντ και Ιωαννη Πεσλη ΑΧΕΠΑ Το Παραρτημα # 64 της Αχεπα παραχωρει υποτροφια σε αποφοιτο Λυκειου που σχεδιαζει να γραφτει σε Κολλεγιο η Πανεπιστημιο το φθινοπωρο του Οι υποψηφιοι πρεπει να μελη της κοινοτητας της Αγιας Τριαδας.Μπορειτε να ζητησετε αιτησεις απο τον Υπευθυνο υποτροφιων Δημητρη Ζοζο Οριο υποβολης αιτησεων 31 Μαιου Η απονομη των υποτροφιων θα γινει την Κυριακη 2 Ιουνιου μετα την Θεια Λειτουργια.
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