Hellsoc UNSW holds 50th Anniversary Ball


On Friday, March 8, the Hellenic Society of the University of New South Wales (Hellsoc UNSW) marked a special milestone celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Held at Le Montage in Lilyfield, Sydney, past and present members and guests gathered to commemorate the fifty year celebration of the university organisation.

Hellsoc UNSW
Hellsoc UNSW ball

With lots of delicious food and plenty of Greek dancing, the event also featured special presentations and speeches.

Jonathon Cremen, the current president of Hellsoc UNSW congratulated all who attended the Golden Jubilee.

Hellsoc UNSW ball
Hellsoc UNSW ball




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