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eDucation AHEPA National Educational Foundation Announces 2011 Scholarship Recipients he Order of AHEPA congratulates the recipients of scholarships awarded by the AHEPA National Educational Foundation for 2011. They are listed below under the name(s) of the scholarship(s) they received by alphabetical order of last name. (In some cases, two or more scholarships were awarded to a student to collectively provide for the grant amount.) AHEPA’s scholarship recipients represent a broad range of students from across the globe: high school seniors, undergraduate, postgraduate, seminarians, and non-traditional. All have one academic dream in common—looking to become tomorrow’s leaders. T AHEPA NATIONAL HOUSING CORP. PIONEER Aicklen, Margot, Dunwoody, Ga. Garoufalis, Leah, Orland Park, Ill. Lois, Michael, Slingelands, N.Y. Sarandos, Maria, Brookfield, Wisc. Todd, Shannon, Brighton, Colo. SPIRO & CLEO MILLIOS & ATHANASIOS & EKATERINI BACKUS Frankenstein, Nicoletta, Cincinnati, Ohio NATIONAL-DISTRICT RECIPIENTS (MADE POSSIBLE BY NICHOLAS KOUNARIS FUND) JAMES G. PULOS MEMORIAL JOHN C. YAVIS (Listed by District. Last Name, First Name, City, State, District) Varlan, Georgia C., Knoxville, Tenn. (District 1) Metropulos, Lucas T., Boca Raton, Fla. (District 2) Tassis, Evan, Potomac, Md. (District 3) Mermigas, Eleni, Wexford, Penn. (District 4) Chrysanthou, Sophia, Toms River, N.J. (District 5) DiMino, Gloria, Garden City, N.Y. (District 6) Tsetsos, Matoulas, Waterbury, Conn. (District 7) Geraniotis, Alexandra H., Orleans, Mass. (District 8) Blougouras, Maria, Rochester, N.H. (District 9) Burnett, Christina K., Muskegon, Mich. (District 10) Giavroutas, Panagiota G., Westlake, Ohio (District 11) Hatzigeorgiou, Marianthi N., Bloomington, Ind. (District 12) Klonis, Alexandra, New Berlin, Wis. (District 13) Tiggas, Dean, Edina, Minn. (District 14) Collier, Sarah E., Tulsa, Okla. (District 15) Metaxas, Athena E., Friendswood, Texas (District 16) Therianos, Katerina E., Colorado Springs, Colo. (District 17) Larsen, Eric, Boise, Idaho (District 19) Everetts, Nicholas J., Fountain Hills, Ariz. (District 20) Christ, Casey, Alameda, Calif. (District 21) McClure, Virginia, Lakewood, Wash. (District 22) Antonakes, Demitra E., Pickering, Ontario (District 23) Dunseith, Katina, Edmonton, Alberta (District 24) Sidiropoulos, Antonia, Vancouver, British Columbia (District 26) AHEPA’s commitment to education has been well-documented throughout its history. The AHEPA National Educational Foundation continues its pursuit to develop new and more responsive ways to help younger generations achieve their academic dreams. The foundation recently increased the minimal amount awarded to each scholarship recipient to $1,000. The maximum a student can receive is $3,000. The foundation also provides financial assistance to students who participate on the AHEPA Journey to Greece Program. Please keep the Educational Foundation in mind when making your choices to charitable entities. For more information, please visit Kosmakos, Alexandra, Fairfax Station, Va. Spedalle, Natasha, Astoria, N.Y. Zois, Sia, Dayton, Ohio LOUIS MANESIOTIS & GEORGE COLOVARIS Gallo, Gabiella, Brecksville, Ohio NICHOLAS KOUNARIS Argeros, William, Phoenix, Ariz. Poppe, Paul, Miami, Fla. NICK COST & CARLOS T. TOURIS & ARCHBISHOP DEMETRIOS FOR SEMINARIANS Birbilis, Nicholas, Moorestown, N.J. P.A.MARGARONIS Abraham, Richard, Albuquerque, N.M. Adhikari, Ishwor, Alexandria, Va. Balou, Stamatela, Little Rock, Ark. Bartell, Aspasia, Shoreline, Wash. Christides, Natassa, Toledo, Ohio Economos, Sophia, Warren, Ohio Gallo, Alessandra, Brecksville, Ohio Karas, Sophia, Las Vegas, Nev. Kastros, Georgia, Oak Lawn, Ill. Katsifas, Christina, Garrison, N.Y. Michalopulos, Michael, Owasso, Okla. Papadopoulos, Stelios, Elk Grove, Calif. Pelargos, Panayiotis, North Hollywood, Calif. Perros, Jaime, Montana City, Mont. Sarandos, Chris, Brookfield, Wisc. Sklavounos, Kelly, North Canton, Ohio Stratis, Stavros, Metairie, La. Vournazos, Nicole, Newtown, Conn. 22 the ahepan Fall 2011

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The AHEPAN - Fall 2011
Supreme President’s Message
Daughters of Penelope Message
Sons of Pericles Message
Maids of Athena Message
AHEPA Family News
South Beach Sizzles, The ‘Bleau Dazzles
The Journey Continues… With a Focus on Volunteerism
AHEPA Supports Military Family Reading Program through USO
AHEPA Family Chapter News

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