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Milwaukee Ahepan Captures National Invitational Golf
AHEPA Athletics was proud to host the National
Invitational Golf Tournament in Tarpon Springs, Fla.,
at the fabulous Innisbrook Golf Resort. More than 35
Brothers participated representing chapters from all
across the United States. There were three flights or
groupings based on handicap, as well as a championship flight for those who had handicaps of nine or lower.
Brother Steve Itsines, Milwaukee Chapter 43,
emerged as the overall champion of the tournament. He shot the lowest overall score and has qualified for the Monthe
Kofos Memorial Golf Tournament to be held this spring.
The winners of the low net scores of each of the flights were: "A" Flight - Sandy Papadopoulos, Mother Lodge Chapter 1,
Atlanta; "B" Flight - Mike Bolis, Northshore Chapter 94, Chicago; and "C" Flight - Jim Spyrakos, Northshore Chapter 94, Chicago.
AHEPA Athletics thanks everyone who participated and supported the event.
"We would like all of the brotherhood to know that we are doing our very best to make sure that we provide high quality
affordable golf outings for everyone of all ages and golfing abilities," Athletics National Golf Director Sandy Papadopoulos
said. "We would love to see all of the AHEPA family represented at these events. "
Papadopoulos announced the Monthe Kofos Memorial Golf Tournament will be held in Las Vegas, March 11-15, 2014.
Hall of Fame
box lunches delivered to their respective
golf carts while playing, and awards
and prizes at the conclusion of the day.
Proceeds from the tournament benefit
the chapter's scholarship program.
Palmetto Chapter 284, Columbia, S.C.,
hosted its annual Mid-Southern Regional
Golf Tournament at the beautiful
Cobblestone Park Golf Club, outside of
Columbia. Top honors went to the foursome of: Mike Malone, Nick Leventis,
Peter Leventis and Tommy Billas. More
than 40 golfers participated. They were
treated to sausage biscuits at tee time,
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AHEPA mourns the passing of AHEPA
Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2009
Inductee, John D. Galaris. Galaris was born
in Manchester, N.H., attended schools in
Salem and Peabody, Mass., graduated
from Salem State College and earned a
Master's Degree from Suffolk University.
John enjoyed a distinguished basketball
career at Salem State College as a threetime small-college All-American, followed
by a professional basketball career in
Greece. Thereafter, John served in many
roles at Salem State, including being on
the Presidential Selection Committee and
then as the Director of Athletics. He is
survived by his wife of 46 years, Mary
Ellen Galaris of Salem, two sons, Sean
and James, and two grandchildren.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The AHEPAN - Winter 2013
AHEPA Family News
AHEPA Commends 2013 National Scholarship Recipients
A Worthwhile Week
My Volunteer Vacation in Crete
AHEPA Family Chapter News
The AHEPAN - Winter 2013