Panipirotiki Enosis of NSW mark 111th anniversary of the Liberation of Ioannina


By George Tserdanis.

The Panipirotiki Enosis of New South Wales celebrated the 111th anniversary of the Liberation of Ioannina on Saturday, March 9 with a dinner dance at Mytilenian House in Canterbury, Sydney.

The venue was filled with fellow Epirotes and many of their friends, such as the Pan-Macedonian Association of NSW and its President Anastasia Karakominakis.

Panipirotiki celebrations.

The Vice President of the Panipirotiki Enosis, Vicki Tomaras was constantly involved in the organisation of the evening. She, along with President Nicholas Siafakas, were commended for their speeches on the night.

“This evening will stay with us,” Mr Siafakas said.

Panipirotiki celebrations.
George Tsitsos Assisant secreatary.
George Tsitsos, Assistant secretary.
Panipirotiki celebrations.
President Nicholas Siafakas.

The night ended with entertainment by popular Greek band, IHO NYX.

Commemorations for the liberation anniversary were also held on Sunday, March 3, with a memorial service at All Saints Greek Orthodox Church in Belmore.




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