Chalkidiki Brotherhood in NSW hosts dance to celebrate 60th anniversary


The Brotherhood of Chalkidiki “Aristotelis” of NSW Incorporated hosted a dance in honour of their 60th anniversary at the Pan Arcadian Federation Club in Ashbury on Saturday night.

On the night, guests enjoyed food by Kouzina Catering, music by DJ Harry Wild, and a night full of laughs and dancing.

Greek dancing was performed by the Academy of Greek Traditional Dance by Dimitrios and Stavroula Papapetros, with music from Chalkidiki and in traditional costume.

President of the Brotherhood, Costa Dantos, spoke on the night thanking members of the committee and guests for their attendance.

“The Chalkidiki committee and I would first like to thank you all for coming to our dance tonight to celebrate 60 years since the establishment of our association,” Dantos said.

He went on to speak about the importance of the committee always remembering the significance of Chalkidiki and the place it holds in Greek history.

“It is important to remember that Macedonia was, is and will always be only Greek,” he said in his speech.




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