AHEPA was founded on July 26, 1922 in response to the evils of bigotry and racism that emerged in early 20th century American society. It also helped Greek immigrants assimilate into society.
Today, AHEPA brings the ideals of ancient Greece, which includes philanthropy, education, civic responsibility, and family and individual excellence to the community.
Although a majority of the membership is composed of Americans of Greek descent, application for membership is open to anyone who believes in the mission of the organization.
AHEPA Luncheon March 25
The AHEPA Dayton Chapter #113 is hosting a luncheon, with the Daughters of Penelope, in honor of the Feast Day of the Annunciation and Independence Day of Greece on Sunday, March 25 following the Divine Liturgy. The luncheon will coincide with the Greek School kids program. The AHEPA brothers will cook the Lenten meal featuring baked cod plaki, baked with vegetables and wine. Mark your calendars!
COMMUNITY SANDWICH MAKING
Supreme President Carl R. Hollister Grand President Eva Jean Fomalont Invite you to the Ahepa Family Midwestern Regional Banquet
March 17 The Ohio Statehouse 1 Capitol Square • Columbus, Ohio Celebrate Hellenism as we honor those most deserving for their leadership and service Dinner is on us — Donations are on you Please join us for a night of fun and fundraising Our chosen philanthropic benefi ciaries are the Sons of Pericles and the Maids of Athena The Endowment of the Chair for Modern Greek Studies at the Ohio State University Cocktails: 6:00 – 6:45 pm Dinner and Program 7:00 – 9:00 pm Musinc and Dancing 9:00 — 11:00 pm Hotel Information Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capital Square 75 East State Street • 866.932.6215 Room block code: AHEPA, must be booked by March 10. RSVP by March 10 Call/Text Cynthia 513.535.1293 email@example.com