Greek volunteers in South Australia recognised by Steve Georganas MP

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Volunteers from the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia (GOCSA) have been recognised for their service by the Federal Member for Adelaide, Steve Georganas MP.

At a morning tea on June 9, Mr Georganas awarded national volunteer certificates to Effie Katianos, Chrisoula Heisler, Eugenia Karapetis, Tsambikos Kazonis, John Antoniou and John Ninos.

Georgette Psaltis, Denis Andreopoulos, Kosta Salagaras and Vasiliki Salagaras were also acknowledged, but were unable to attend the event.

The certificates were presented to the Greek and other non-Greek volunteers in recognition of their remarkable contributions to their respective communities and societies.

In a post on Facebook, the GOCSA congratulated the awardees on their recognition and thanked them for all their hard work.

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