Greek Orthodox Community of SA elects new Executive Council

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The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia (GOCSA) have elected a new Executive Council for 2023-2024 following elections on December 11 this year.

According to a press release by GOCSA, the successful candidates were:

Front row L to R: Anastasia Mavrides, Chloe Germanos Kourakis, Helen Chrisakis, Smaro Skordas, Stephanie Skordas. Centre Row L to R: Philip Galantomos, Alexandra Scounos Sifis, George Vasilias, Eleni Mermingis, Hellas Lucas, John Ninos and Back Row L to R: Peter Psaroulis, Peter Gardiakos, George Vlahos, Peter Gonis.
  • CHRISAKIS, Helen
  • MAVRIDES, Anastasia
  • NINOS, John
  • GALANTOMOS, Phillip
  • SIFIS, Alexandra
  • SKORDAS (TOPALSAVVAS), Smaro
  • GONIS, Peter
  • VASILIAS, George
  • PSAROULIS, Panagiotis
  • MERMINGIS, Eleni
  • GARDIAKOS, Peter
  • GERMANOS KOURAKIS, Chloe-Roxanne
  • VLAHOS, George
  • SKORDAS, Stephanie
  • LUCAS, Hellas

The Executive and Supervisory Committees will meet on Tuesday, 13 December 2022 at 7.30pm at the premises of GOCSA to form and announce the new Board and Executive Council. 

The Electoral Committee:

  • Pam Andritsakis (President)
  • Carlene Vassilakis-Starr 
  • Manuel Frangoulis
  • Jack Gazecimeon Con Bakolias

READ MORE: Winds of change: ‘Leading our Community’ group seeks election to future-proof GOCSA.

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