The National Hellenic Society is proud to announce that the John Aniston Heritage Greece Memorial Scholarship Award has been established for Greek American college students sharing and immersive cultural and educational experience with students from the American College of Greece in Athens, and American College of Thessaloniki at Anatolia College.
This scholarship has been set up in memory of our dear friend and founding member John Aniston, who will be remembered by the National Hellenic Society for his kindness, heart, incredible sense of humor, and his love of his heritage. John was the recipient of our 2017 Ariston Award for Excellence and a strong supporter of our mission.
To make a donation to the John Aniston Heritage Greece Memorial Scholarship Award, please visit the link below.
On October 28th 1940, Greek prime minister Ioannis Metaxas said: “OXI” (NO) to an ultimatum made by Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini, which then led to the Greco-Italian War. Oxi Day represents Greeks' resilience, passion, dedication, and will to live freely, to honor their ancestors' sacrifices and preserve their culture.
On Oxi Day 2022, over 130 members of the Greek-American community gathered at Woodside Country Club, in Syosset, NY for a poker fundraiser, a rich dinner and drinks and a celebration of our Hellenic Heritage. The evening was hosted by the NHS New York Heritage Greece Initiative and the NHS NY Chapter Committee and Sponsors.
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