Greek Revolution anniversary committee calls on public to submit proposals for activities

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Is there something specific you wanted to see at next year’s celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution? Was there a specific performance or dancing group you think should be presented?

The National Committee of the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution (1821-2021) have called on the public to submit proposals for activities or events for next years celebration.

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The National Committee is in charge of organising nation-wide activities and events on behalf of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia and other relevant bodies, Greek Associations and Organisations in honour of the 200th anniversary of the ‘National Rebirth of Greece’, as well as the coordination of related activities and events throughout Australia.

READ MORE: National Committee announced for 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution

Before the official program is announced at the end of October of this year, the Committee are working to prepare the final touches to make sure the celebration is to be remembered for the next 200 years. They, therefore, invite all interested parties to express their interest and submit their proposals for activities and events.

Responsible coordinators for each state and region are actively working to make sure the event is prepared with efficiency, with the full list of coordinators and representatives to be seen: HERE.

People are invited to contact the Secretary of the National Committee, Dr Vasilis Adrahtas by Monday 12 October on goaanationalcommittee2021@gmail.com or mobile: 0431 262 823.

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