Student robotics team from Sparta enjoy night of kefi with Sydney’s Laconians


A taverna night organised by the Pan-Laconian Association NSW “The Spartans” on Saturday, July 1, at the Greek Orthodox Community in Lakemba, Sydney was held with great success, with fun and dancing prevailing throughout the night.

During the event, awards were given to the students of the robotics team from Sparta and their teachers who participated at the Asia Pacific Open Championship 2023 for the FIRST LEGO League Challenge at Macquarie University last week.

The students.
More students.
Attendees at the event.
Everyone enjoyed themselves on the night.

There were about 200 people present, while Peter Kokkinakis successfully mastered the ceremony, welcoming the guests who showed up. Among others, the President of the Pan-Laconian Association, Mary Skalkos, gave a speech, while souvenir gifts were exchanged with the President of the Laconian Federation, Anastasios Kokkoris.

Tables at the event.

Constantinos Bombas, the team’s coach, was moved and thanked all the Laconian clubs for their financial and moral support to make the children’s dream to participate in the competition a reality.

After the official proceedings, there was plenty of dancing and live music until dawn and everyone had a great time.

Dancing on the night.
Live music by Tassos Lambrou (left) and his dad.




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