Greek Letters Day and Vasilopita Cutting Celebration
at Archdiocese in New York

With the blessings of His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios and arrangements by the Archdiocese's Office of Greek Education, there will be a celebration of the Three Hierarchs (Greek Letters Day) on Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 2:30pm in the function hall of the Cathedral of the Holy Trintiy in Manhattan at 319 East 74th Street, New York, N.Y. Held under the aegis of His Eminence and the Consul General of Greece at New York, Mr. Baltas, the celebration promises to be a richly interesting and educational start of the New Year.

The featured speaker will be Director of the Office of Greek Education, Mr. Ioannis Efthimiopoulos,

Following the address, a luncheon will be served and the annual vasilopita will be offered by His Eminence and the Office of Greek Education in honor of all teachers. Especially encouraged to attend are directors of parish Greek Schools, teachers, members of the parish School Board, parents, and students, all of whose presence will help celebrate the feastday of the Three Great Hierarchs of our Church and Greek Letters.

Sponsors and organizers extend their warmest wishes to everyone for a happy and productive 2010.


Greek Teachers Organization "Prometheus" of New York (Vasiliki Filioti)
Educational Organization (HAEA) of New York (Demi Savopolis)
Union of Greek Educators of New Jersey (Dr. Vasiliki Fotinis-Tsingas)
Graduates of St. Basil's Academy (Stavroula Panas)
Center for Macedonian Studies (Athanasia "Nancy" Biska)
Association of Doctors of New York (Dr. G. Tsioulas)
Organization of Athenians of New York (Christina Kostaki)

For more information or to make reservations (RSVP by 21 January, please), contact members of the Event Commitee:

2008 Vasilopita "The Khronicles: A
Bilingual Newspaper" at

Stella Kokoli, President
Timoleon Kokkinos, Secretary
Andriani Filioti, Treasurer
(tel.) 917-755-2127 or (fax) 718-491-2558 or email:

(Posting date 21 January 2010)

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