On Saturday, November 20, 2021, at 6 pm, AHEPANS, Daughters of Penelope, Sons, and Maids are coming to Philadelphia for a testimonial dinner for last year’s President of AHEPA, George Horiates. The event is almost sold out and is a fundraiser to assist AHEPA. It goes into its Centennial with its Centennial Capital campaign to ensure its programs for future generations.
This will not be your ordinary, albeit well-deserved testimonials, but a celebration of AHEPA and Hellenism. In many ways, The Franklin Institute is the key to the City of brotherly love and one of the most iconic venues in Philly. Parking can be had there or nearby. Open bar, full dinner, and a list of A-list speakers and presenters will get you charged up for the occasion.
Get there early! The reception starts in the Changing Earth/Giant Heart and Electricity areas. Then the program and dinner will be in the iconic Benjamin Franklin Rotunda, which will be converted for an evening to the center of Hellenism itself.
Members of the Delaware Valley community are coming from all over. So are others from all across America, Canada, and Europe. Although there is no admission fee, donations are requested for the AHEPA Centennial Fund. “No Admission – Just Bring Your Checkbook” states the material provided by the local AHEPA committee responsible for putting on this event. If you are interested in a great evening with the greatest of Defenders of Hellenism, call 856-986-8972 while seats last.