Kytherian Association of Australia holds Annual General Meeting

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The Kytherian Association of Australia (KAA) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, May 29.

A number of issues were discussed, including memberships and event attendance. It was announced that the KAA continues to grow with almost 1,400 members. More than 2,700 people attended the Association’s events in 2023.

During the AGM, Theodore Poulos, Emmanuel Alfieris and Victor Kepreotis were also made Life Members of the KAA for their exceptional and distinguished service to the Kytherian community. They have collectively provided 128 years of service to the Association.

The Board of Directors of the KAA remains the same with President Barbara Zantiotis, Vice President Spiro Coolentianos, Secretary Dennis Cordato, Treasurer John E Comino, and General Committee Members Irene Faros, George Roins, Maria Karedis, Peter Tzannes, Kathy Samios, Ross Cassimatis, Esther Calligeros, and George Preneas.

“Our shared desire to maintain our traditions, culture and heritage ensures the legacy created by our founders 102 years ago continues to thrive and prosper for at least the next 100 years,” Ms Zantiotis said after the AGM.

READ MORE: Kytherians in Australia celebrate legacy and philanthropy at annual Debutante Ball

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