1 St. George Greek Orthodox Church 700 Grand Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ VOICE OF THE SHORE From our Priest, Father Andrew Christ is Risen! Truly He has Risen! As Orthodox Christians this great greeting will be used for the next forty days at the beginning of every service and when we see each other. It will help us continually embrace our Lord s Resurrection and keep the light that we received on Pascha alive in our hearts. I must ask however, were we successful in our Lenten fast and do we continually hold the light we received on Pascha in our hearts or did our busy schedules over take our lives during Lent? Will we begin to forget to greet one another with the glorious phrase that Christ has Risen in just a few short days, because once again our lives become too busy? I would like to share a little story I read about being busy and being under Satan s yoke. Addressing a worldwide convention of demons, Satan told them: As long as Christians stay close to God we ve no power over them, so here s what you are to do: 1) Keep them busy with non-essentials. 2) Tempt them to overspend and go into debt. 3) Make them work long hours to maintain empty lifestyles. 4) Discourage them from spending family time, for when homes disintegrate there s no refuge from work. 5) Over-stimulate their minds with television and computers so that they can t hear God speaking to them. 6) Fill their coffee tables and nightstands with magazines and newspapers, so they ve no time for Bible reading. 7) Flood their mailboxes with sweepstakes, promotions, and the get-rich-quick schemes; keep them chasing material things. 8) Put glamorous models on TV an on Magazine covers to keep them focused on the outward appearances; that way they ll be dissatisfied with themselves and their mates. 9) Make sure couples are too exhausted for physical intimacy; that way they ll be tempted to look elsewhere. 10) Emphasize Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, that way you ll divert them from the real meaning of the holidays. 11) Involve them in good causes so they won t have any time for eternal ones. 12) Make them self-sufficient. Keep them so busy working in their own strength that they ll never experience God s power working through. I promise you my fellow demons all this will work to keep them from God! Have you figured out the difference between being busy and being successful? Sometimes being B-U-S- Y just means Being Under Satan s Yoke! Let us not become too BUSY, but let us always remember or Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and what He did for us all; to die on the cross and resurrect after three days and offer all of us eternal salvation. + Fr. Andrew Eugenis INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Volume 8, Issue 5 MAY 2008 Church Leaders Organizations Parish President s Message PHILOPTOCHOS Daughters of Penelope Bunco Night Stewardship GOYA Sunday School Greek School Calendars PASTOR Father Andrew Eugenis Tel: Fax: Website: If you call the Church office, during regular hours, and you get the answering machine that doesn t mean that the office is closed. It means that both telephone lines are busy. Please leave a message and we will return your call. Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM 2:00 PM Fr. Andrew s office hrs. Mon & Fri 10-2 Office Administrator Anastasia Constantinou IN AN EMERGENCY Call the church office for pager information. SERVICE HOURS Orthros 8:30 AM Divine Liturgy 9:30AM
2 Page 2 Church and Community Organization Leaders President Executive V.P. Vice President Treasurer Asst. Treasurer Secretary Asst. Secretary PARISH COUNCIL Members: Dennis Kapsaskis Lambros Karpodinis Peter Lalli Spiro G. Michals George Moutis Anne Papageorge Spiro Pappas Athanasios Tsilivitis Savas Tsivicos John Pardenek Anthony Damiano Odysseas Kolasis Nick Kosmas Anne Michals Kostas Linardakis ORGANIZATIONS A.H.E.P.A. Savas C. Tsivicos Acolyte Coordinator Elayna Pappas Bulletin Dr. Harry Chambarry Bulletin Ads Sophia Anest Cemetery Stephen G. Pappayliou Choir Directors Ted Zavales Pauline Aridas Daughters of Penelope Patty Vlahos G.O.Y.A. Philip Kamaratos Greek School Anastasia Constantinou Maids of Athena Arielle Sourias Philoptochos Anne Michals P.T.O. Penelope Karavakas St. George Socialites Sophie Anest Sons of Pericles Haralambos S. Tsivicos Stewardship John Pardenek Sunday School Teri Lalli Donna Karpodinis Youth Advisors George Moutis Kasandra Moutis Maria Tsivicos ORGANIZATION SUPPORTERS A.H.E.P.A. - Thomas Edison Chapter #287 Daughters of Penelope - Aulis Chapter #195 Maids of Athena St. George G.O.Y.A. St. George PTO St. George Philoptochos St. George Socialites BAPTISM March 2 Troy-Armen, Son of Stratton and Michelle Michals. Volume 8, Issue 5 Congratulations! Να σας ζήσει το νεοφώτιστο! Christ Has Risen! Truly, He Has Risen! Sophia Anest Theodora Apostolacus Athanasia Arbes The Billows Family Alex and Agnes Despo Dorothy Dimtsios The Kamaratos Family Demitri & Helen Karagias Mr & Mrs George Karagias Odysseas, Lynn, Lazaros, & Alexandros Kolasis Proud Supporters Monthly Bulletin Peter,Teri, Demitra & Sophia Lalli Kevin, Athena & James Loesch George Michals Family Jeff and Anne Michals George, Kasandra, Victoria, Nicole, and Dana Moutis John J. & Helen Murphy John and Colleen Pardenek George N. & Hope Panas Charles & Angela Pappas Spiro, Elayna, Dean & Alexandra Pappas Stephen G. Pappayliou Bess Peterson Nick & Domna Poulos Mr & Mrs Thomas Ross Peter & Mary Sandilos James & Helen Skopas Tom, Melanie, Manolis Tsilivitis Savas, Maria, Ellpetha, Haralambos, & Evangelos Tsivicos
3 A MESSAGE FROM OUR COUNCIL PRESIDENT S AVAS C. TSIVICOS PAGE 3 Dear Fellow Parishioners, ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ ΑΝΕΣΤΗ! Christ is Risen! I am certain that all of us celebrated the resurrection with open hearts and we are ready to have the church of St. George in our hearts for the remainder of the year and forever thereafter. Please get involved and offer your time, talent, and treasure to our beloved St. George. We certainly can use it! Our building program is moving forward and on May 14 th during a special meeting of the planning board of Ocean Township, we are hopeful that we will get the final approvals on the site engineering. We were notified that our application after the revisions requested were made is considered complete. The approval of our application from the planning board will bring us one step closer to ground breaking! In light of the latest developments and the substantial progress made, I encourage you all again to please consider pledging your support to the capital campaign. I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart those parishioners that came forth and pledged in excess of $1,500,000 for this paramount task we have undertaken but that it s not enough! We need the support of every member of the community to the building program in order to guarantee the success of this undertaking. Please remember that we will be building for our children and the generations to come just like those brave parishioners who started the journey in 1929! We must build on the legacy of our forefathers and by doing so, we glorify their sacrifices and dedication. I am sure that the Greek philotimo will prevail once more thus strengthening Hellenism and orthodoxy. In closing, I would like to pay special tribute to a very special individual who served our community for almost 30 years! Mrs. Anastasia Constantinou. Kyria Tasoula, as we have come to know her, is retiring at the end of June and we will definitely miss her. Kyria Tasoula, on behalf of the entire parish council and all church organizations A BIG THANK YOU! Now, we have a huge challenge on our hands! We need to find someone to replace Mrs. Constantinou. If you know anyone who possesses the qualities, dedication, and commitment of Mrs. Constantinou, please let me or Father Andrew know. I wish you and your families health, happiness, and of course prosperity! May God be with you! THE ALEXANDRE S. ONASSIS PUBLIC BENEFIT FOUNDATION IN COLLABORATION WITH THE HELLENIC MINISTRY OF CULTURE ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF CRETE PRESENT THE EXHIBITION FROM THE LAND OF THE LABYRINTH: MINOAN CRETE, B.C. March 13 September 13, 2008 ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTER Olympic Tower, 645 Fifth Ave. New York, NY Free admission For more information please contact the Cultural Events Department at
4 PAGE 4 G.O.Y.A. The Philoptochos Society News Through the Eyes of the President, Anne Michals By His Glorious Death and Resurrection, Jesus Christ defeats the power of the devil and delivers fallen mankind from the depths of hell. The Orthodox Study Bible Christos Anesti! April was a busy month for the Ladies of Philoptochos, as we worked closely with Father Andrew and the Parish Council to ready the church for Pascha. As is the tradition of the Ladies of Philoptochos, we made baskets for shut-ins and delivered them. As we baked Koulourakia and Paximadia for the Easter Bake Sale, we reflected on the many dedicated women of Philoptochos that participated in the very same activity in years gone by. So many loving hands rolled and egg glazed these tiny twists in the days leading up to Pascha that the name of Philoptochos Society became synonymous with the activity. On the day of our Bake Sale we sold more Koulourakia, Paximadia and Baklava than ever before. Philoptochos purchased Tsourekia from Holy Protection Monastery and sold the wonderful breads to our Parishioners for a small profit to help with our charitable mission. More importantly the women of the Society pulled together once again to continue to bring the tradition of Palm Sunday Bake Sale to our beloved St. George Community. Many thanks to Co-Chairs Gayle Billows and Lou Christopulos for helping us achieve success in this endeavor. And much gratitude is given to St. George Parishioners for their continued support of the work of Philoptochos and this event in particular. Without your support for events like the Palm Sunday Bake Sale, Philoptochos would not be able to fulfill its charitable mission. Philoptochos women met on Holy Thursday to carry out the tradition of dyeing eggs blood red in remembrance of the blood shed by Our Lord Jesus Christ for us and our faith. Led by Deirdre Kosmas we decorated the Kouvouklian on Good Friday in preparation for Friday night Vespers and adorned the church with flowers for Holy Pascha. And finally, on April 28 th, Philoptochos hosted a breakfast after Church service in honor of St. George Day Celebration. Thank you to my Co-Chairs Dee Petrantis and Elvira Michals, and to all those who contributed to the breakfast in honor of someone they love named George. Once again, I thank all the Ladies of Philoptochos for their good works and dedication to the work that has become part of the history of our Society. As we approach activities on our May Calendar, we look towards May 12 th Metropolis Clergy/Laity Conference to be held at the Venetian in Garfield, New Jersey. Metropolitan Evangelis along with The Philoptochos Society will honor one member of Philoptochos at the banquet that evening. The Metropolis Award is given to a member of The Philoptochos Society they has dedicated much of her life to the mission of Philoptochos and also to the church community. Strong and gentle, wise and humble, dedicated and loving, we have many members of the Society that fit the description and represent what is best in Greek/American women everywhere. By the time this newsletter reaches you, the name of Philoptochos Honoree 2008 will have been announced. Anyone who wishes to attend this banquet should call me at my home ( ) or the church office for ticket purchase information. The Philoptochos Society of St. George also wishes to announce that our General Membership has voted to give a gift of $25,000 to the Building Fund Capital Campaign on June 1 st at Ground Breaking on the new property. This gift is separate and apart from Philoptochos initial pledge of $100,000 to the Capital Campaign of the Building Fund. God is great and we pray for Him to continue to provide us with the strength to keep working for our charitable mission, as well as the ability to support our Parish Membership in any endeavor that brings us closer to our faith and religious purpose. Finally, we remind our members and anyone else who wishes to become a member of Philoptochos, that our General Membership Meeting will be held Thursday, May 1 st, in the Church Dining Room. Refreshments will be served. Our monthly Board Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 22 nd. Philoptochos prays for the health and unity of our St. George Community.
5 PAGE 5 VOLUME 8, ISSUE 5 I recently had the honor to speak about our chapter of the Daughters of Penelope, at the District 5 Annual Spring Luncheon. To speak of these ladies in just a few minutes is a very difficult task. These ladies do not say NO. They give of their time to visit others, set-up and clean-up. They give of their talents baking, cleaning, organizing, arranging baskets, collecting/distributing items to others, singing, teaching and motivating. The ladies of Aulis 195 give of their hearts. These ladies embrace and celebrate what the Daughters of Penelope represent, that is: to promote Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility, Family and Individual Excellence. We are looking forward to celebrating our 60th Anniversary next year and in preparation, we must look back to what we have accomplished. With the reactivation of the Building Fund project in 1998, the Daughters of Penelope pledged to continue the support of St. George with a $1,000 annual donation to go towards the Operating Expenses of our Church. In addition, another pledge was made to also donate $1,000 annually to the Building Fund Project. In May of 1998, we began fulfilling our pledge with our first donation to the Building Fund in the amount of $1500 and our continued pledge of $1000 to the Operating Expenses. It has been 10 years since we made that pledge, and over the past 10 years, the Daughters of Penelope have given over $20,000 to the Building Fund and Operating Expenses of St. George. After the Divine Liturgy on April 6th, The Daughters of Penelope presented Fr. Andrew and Savas Tsivicos with two - $1000 checks one for the Operating Expenses and one for the Building Fund. The parishioners were invited to join us in the Community Center for the Annual AHEPA Family Lenten Luncheon, where the proceeds go directly to the Daughters of Penelope Scholarship that we will be awarding in June to the children of our St. George. From the inception of the Daughters of Penelope, Aulis Chapter, in February 1949, the members of our organization are not only active in our organization, but active within our community and support every facet of our beloved St. George. In addition to our pledges to the Operating Expenses and Building Fund, the Daughters of Penelope have supported St. George by participating in ad journals, raffle sales, gift auction donations, and golf tee sponsors. Over the years, the Daughters of Penelope have also supported many other organizations. Here are just a few of those organizations: St. George Philoptochos Society, St. George Dancers, St. George GOYA, St. George PTO, St. Basils Academy, Penelope House for Abused Women and Children, Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, ALS (Lou Gehrig s Disease) Foundation, Boys and Girls Club of NJ, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society Relay for Life, 5th District AHEPA Family Cancer Research Foundation, University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center (Papanicolaou), Cooley s Anemia, Bone Marrow Registry, Ocean Township Police Explorers, Hellenic Dancers of NJ, and Cystic Fibrosis. We have a few more events as we approach Summer On May 10th, we will be honoring our Past President, Maria Conery, at a luncheon reception. Please contact Patty Vlahos ( ) if you would like to attend. Please join us for our next FUNdraiser on May 16th, at 7pm in the Community Center for a night of Bunco. Please contact Effie Psomias ( ) if you would like to attend! The accomplishments of these ladies are remarkable. Their dedication is unfaltering. A special Thank You to each of you, our parishioners of St. George, for your continued support, for without you, this would not be possible! Respectively Submitted, Patty Vlahos, President Daughters of Penelope Scholarship Lenten Luncheon April 6, 2008 The annual Daughters and Ahepa Scholarship Lenten Luncheon was a success thanks to the combined efforts of the Ahepa Family and especially to the following individuals and businesses. Our grateful thanks of appreciation to the following: The Blue Swan Diner and Elias Lambrinos for the delicious Fassoulada. The super kitchen staff: Stephen Morris and Peter Panas for the linguini and tomato sauce. The Golden Bell Diner: John Bardis and Teddy Kavarakas for the salad. The Caramel Shop and George Sakelaris for the raffle of 6 Easter chocolate bunnies and baskets. And the members of the Ahepa Family: the Dessert Bakers, the Line Servers, the Set-Up Committee,the delivery of the Fassoulada, the Raffle Committee,the beverage, wine, and bread donors, the cashiers:simos Kostidakis, Savas Tsivicos, Denise Parlamas, Patty Vlahos, Penny Kavarakas, Anne Michals, Margaret Scandalios, Evelyn and Nick Antonios, Vicki Kamaratos, Penelope Gabriel, Maria Connery. Lambros Karpodinis, Debby Tsambas, Ahepa donors of beverages and wine, Robin Papagiannis, MOA Zoe and Mary Papagiannis, Anna Eliades and Diane Pappayliou. We thank the parishioners who supported this luncheon and hope we can repeat this again next year, God willing. Sophia Anest, Chairman
6 VOLUME 8, ISSUE 5 VOICE OF THE SHORE GOYA NEWS As always, GOYA's mission remains the same: attempt to serve the community as proper Christians should as well as mix in a bit of fun. This month was no different. Whether it was a community service event or a state-wide athletic competition, GOYA fulfilled its tradition yet again. GOYA attempted something new this Easter season. As of Holy Friday, old and current members of GOYA began their first-ever 30 Hour Famine. This was a community outreach event aimed at raising money for the World Vision Program (an organization that battles child hunger around the world), as well as collecting food for our local communities. At approximately 11 PM on Holy Friday GOYAns began a literal thirty-hour famine that would last until early Easter morning. That Friday night, the GOYAns slept over in the church and awoke early Saturday morning in order to truly begin their activities. Some of the GOYAns went to the new church property in Ocean Twp. in order to collect food and money, while the rest of the participants assisted Habitat for Humanity. After being allowed to go home for only an hour to prepare for church services that night, GOYAns returned to the church, all the while continuing the famine. It was not until 2 AM on Easter morning that the GOYAns officially ended their famine by receiving Holy Communion. During the famine, nothing except water and juice was allowed to be consumed. Food of any kind was prohibited. Money was raised by the GOYAns individually through sponsors. All the money went to World Vision, while the donated food was given to the Monmouth & Ocean County Foodbank. This way, GOYA contributed to starving children far-away nations as well as battling the problems we experience in our towns. On a more light-hearted note GOYA is once again preparing for the annual Junior Olympics that are held on Memorial Day weekend in Elizabeth. GOYAns participate in activities ranging from track and field to volleyball to swimming. Any parishioners that would like to come out that weekend to root for the youth of their church would be happily welcomed. St. George's support is always a great source of inspiration for GOYA. GOYA yet again has had a busy month. Though the end of another year for GOYA approaches, we still attempt to end the year on a busy, productive note by continuing a tradition that serves God and the people around us. Krystina Michalopoulos, GOYA President PAGE 6 GOYANs, Advisor, George Moutis and parents all enjoyed fellowship and a beautiful Spring day cleaning and maintaining the cemetery.
7 The Word.Religious Education News 7 SUNDAY SCHOOL Mission Boxes: Please return any remaining boxes to your classroom teacher. Oratorical: Junior Participant, Sophia Lalli, will represent St. George in Annapolis, Maryland on May 17th at the Metropolis Level. Please enjoy the following oratorical speech: The Bible Written by: Yianni Kavarakas, age 9 The bible is the sacred book of Christianity, as the inspired record of God's revelation of himself and his will to mankind. It is a collection of ancient writings including the books of both the Old Testament and the New Testament, used by the Christian church. The bible contains 1189 chapters. The Old Testament has 929 chapters and the New Testament has 260 chapters. The longest chapter in the Bible is Psalm 119, and the shortest is Psalm 117. The longest verse is Esther 8:9 and the shortest is John 11:35. The bible was written by about 40 men over a 1500 year span (from 1400 B.C to A.D. 100). These men wrote this scripture as they were given inspiration by God. (2 Timothy 3:16) The bible was written over 40 generations, has over 40 authors from many walks of life, written in different places at different times in different moods on three continents Asia, Africa and Europe and in three languages, Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. The bible has since been translated in part or in whole into over 1200 languages and dialects. My favorite bible story is Noah and the Ark because he saved all the animals and made shelter for them. Today the bible is the largest seller of all books published. ΤΑ ΝΕΑ ΤΟΥ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟΥ ΣΧΟΛΕΙΟΥ Την Κυριακή 30 Μαρτίου μετά την Θεία Λειτουργία το Ελληνικό Σχολείο γιόρτασε την Ημέρα της Ελληνικής Εθνεγερσίας. Οι μαθητές και μαθήτριες απήγγειλαν ποιήματα, τραγούδησαν πατριωτικά τραγούδια, χόρεψαν Ελληνικούς χορούς και παρουσίασαν ένα διάλογο για την 25 η Μαρτίου. Ευχαριστούμε όλους που παρευρεθήκατε στη γιορτή μας, καμαρώσατε τα παιδιά μας και ενισχύσατε τον Σύλλογο Γονέων και Διδασκάλων του Ελληνικού μας Σχολείου αγοράζοντας τις νόστιμες νηστήσιμες σπανακόπιτες GREEK SCHOOL NEWS On March 30, after the Divine Liturgy, the Greek School presented a celebration program for the Greek Independence Day. Our students recited poems, sung patriotic songs, danced Greek dances and participated in a play for March 25. We thank everyone who joined us in the celebration and supported our P.T.O. by buying the delicious lenten spanakopites the ladies prepared.
8 8 Η ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΜΑΣ ΣΕΛΙΔΑ ΑΦΙΕΡΩΜΑ ΣΤΗ ΓΙΟΡΤΗ ΤΗΣ ΜΗΤΕΡΑΣ «Μάνα γλυκύτατη, Μάνα ουρανόσταλτη, ατίμητη Μάνα, Δε σε θαμπώνουν απάτες εσένα κι ονείρατα πλάνα. Πάνω στο χρέος ακοίμητη εσύ, νύχτα μέρα σκυμμένη Τ άπειρο ακούς, μεσ στο χάος μια-μια τις στιγμές να σημαίνει. Τόσο η ψυχή σου είν απλή, που μιλά με τ αμίλητα πλάσματα Κι ούτε γελιέσαι ποτέ μ όσα φτιάνει το ψέμα φαντάσματα.» Σε όλους μας είναι γνωστό ότι το γλυκύτερο, το ωραιότερο μα και πιο σημαντικό στοιχείο για την ανθρωπό- τητα είναι η οικογένεια, και αναμφισβή- τητα ο πατέρας και η μητέρα δημιουρ- γούν τον πυρήνα της. Η μητέρα είναι η ψυχή της οικογένειας και οφείλει να είναι η θεία ψυχή γιατί δημιουργεί ανθρώπους. Ο Θεός τοποθέτησε τη γυναίκα στη σοβαρότερη σκοπιά και της εμπιστεύθηκε την υψηλότερη αποστολή, τη μητρότητα, κάνοντάς την έτσι συνερ-γάτιδά Του στο έργο της Δημιουργίας. Να είσαι μητέρα σημαίνει την πιο μεγάλη χαρά της ζωής, αλλά και την πιο μεγάλη ευθύνη απέναντι στη ζωή. Να είσαι μητέρα θα πει να ξέρεις καλά πως η χαρά και ο πόνος έχουν την ίδια ρίζα. Κι ακόμη να να είσαι μητέρα σημαίνει να αισθάνεσαι τον εαυτόν σου έτοιμο για κάθε βοήθεια, υποστήριξη, για θυσία και αφοσίωση. Να γίνεις συνειδητά οδηγός του παιδιού σου. Η μητέρα είναι η θεία οικονομία. Το παιδί είναι η θεία ευδοκία. Τί θα ήταν η ζωή χωρίς μητρική αγκαλιά, και τί μια αγκαλιά χωρίς να την γεμίζει το παιδί! Μητέρα σημαίνει παροχή χωρίς όρια, προσφορά ανιδιοτελής. Είναι η φλόγα που δεν καίει, αλλά ζεσταίνει. Στις δύσκολες στιγμές είναι συμ-παραστάτης και οδηγός του παιδιού της, στις στιγμές ευφορίας μοιράζεται την προκοπή και την χαρά του. Μητέρα είναι ο βοηθός, ο καθοδηγητής και σύμβουλος, η ελπίδα και η παρηγοριά, η καταφυγή και το απάνεμο λιμάνι στις μπόρες της ζωής. Μητέρα είναι μια έννοια χωρίς εθνικότητα. Είναι ένα διαχρονικό πανανθρώπινο σύμβολο. Για να τιμηθεί αυτό το σύμβολο, καθιερώθηκε πριν μερικές δεκαετίες η «ΓΙΟΡΤΗ ΤΗΣ ΜΗΤΕΡΑΣ». Η ιδέα ξεκίνησε το 1907 με την Anne Javris από τη Φιλαδέλφεια των Ηνωμένων Πολιτειών. Το Αμερικανικό Κογκρέσσο με απόφασή του το 1914 καθιέρωσε να γιορτάζεται κάθε χρόνο την δεύτερη Κυριακή του Μαΐου. Σήμερα η Γιορτή της Μητέρας είναι παγκόσμια γιατί παγκόσμια είναι και η μορφή της. Μυριάδες ανθρώπων χαιρετίζουν την ημέρα αυτή, στεφανώνουν την εικόνα της τη στημένη στην ανθρώ-πινη καρδιά. Ας στηθεί στις ψυχές όλων ο θρόνος για να καθίσει η Μάνα όλων των αιώνων, εκείνη που έφυγε, η παρούσα και αυτή που θα ρθει. Επιμέλεια Αναστασία Κωνσταντίνου March 25 Greek Independence Day Program
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