AHEPA Victoria celebrated its 80th anniversary with an annual gala dinner on Saturday, November 19. The gala took place at the Merrimu Reception Centre in Murrumbeena, Victoria at 7pm.

Guests enjoyed an evening of food, dancing and music by Southern Star Big Band and the Greek Band UNICK.

The Consul General of Greece in Melbourne, Emmanuel Kakavelakis, was in attendance, as well as other VIP guests and representatives from local Greek community organisations.

On the night, the AHEPA Victoria committee recognised long-time serving members for their dedication to the organisation and for their service to their community over the last 50 years.

The members recognised on the night were Tasia Manos, Sandra Mission, Iris Young, Olga Black, Messrs John Carram, Steve Manos, Peter Yiannoudis and Elias Doufas.

In a post on Facebook, the organisation wrote: “We would like to take this opportunity thank all attendees to our 80th Anniversary Ball and also for their support and participation.”




By subscribing you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.


Latest News

Tom Koutsantonis MP gets extra portfolio in SA Cabinet reshuffle

In a recent South Australian government cabinet reshuffle, Tom Koutsantonis was given an extra portfolio following the resignation of Independent MP, Geoff Brock. According to...

Stefanos Tsitsipas knocks back Maria Sakkari’s Olympics offer for ‘dream with brother’

Greek tennis champion, Stefanos Tsitsipas has revealed that he is unlikely to play mixed doubles with his Greek compatriot, Maria Sakkari at the 2024...

Greek Australian Thanasis Tsouhantaris attends New Democracy’s presentation of European election ballot

Greek Australian, Thanasis Tsouhandaris attended a special event held at the Athens Auditorium on Monday where New Democracy's (ND) ballot paper for the upcoming...

Yanis Varoufakis banned from Germany after Palestine Congress event involvement

The hard-left former Greek Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis, will no longer be allowed into Germany after planning to attend a controversial “Palestine Congress” event...

Greece to spend 780 million euros to protect marine biodiversity

Greece is moving forward with 21 programs totaling 780 million euros to safeguard marine biodiversity and combat coastal pollution, Greece's Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis...

You May Also Like

Greeks mark Revolution Bicentennial with wreath laying ceremony at Martin Place, Sydney

There was plenty of Greek pride on display as Sydney's Greek community gathered at the cenotaph in Martin Place on Sunday for a traditional...

Greek community of Canberra celebrates 80th anniversary of OXI Day

By Evelyn Karatzas. OXI day, the 28th of October, is celebrated all around the world to commemorate the day Greece said NO to the Italian’s...

Turkish consulate employee’s car set on fire in Greece

Turkey denounced early Tuesday the setting on fire of a Turkish Consulate General employee’s car in the Greek city of Thessaloniki. "We strongly protest the...