Hellenic Hearts members gathered for a night of reflection at the Rolling Green Country Club on November 18, 2017. Led by president and board member John Aivazoglou, Esq., announcements were made about the upcoming spring fundraiser and the development of the Educational Program that was initiated two years ago.
The Hellenic Hearts Educational Guidance Program is at the center of efforts to support the youth of the community. The program which is offered to Hellenic American youth through mentoring, networking, admissions counseling, and professionalism programs, has an ultimate goal of promoting higher education and increasing professional success.
“We’re also here as a grassroots organization to help those in need”, said Aivazoglou. “As we continue to grow, we are looking for those individuals who wish to be part of our family. If people are in need, have a hardship, or have suffered a catastrophic loss in our community, we want to get there fast and first”, added Aivazoglou.
On behalf of Hellenic Hearts, Board President John Aivazoglou, reflects on the success of the inaugural year and acknowledges the generosity of the supporting members
Maria Kontinidis, Toula Nikolos, Niki Raptis, Kelli Aivazoglou, Lisa Karakasis, Maria Savvas
Margaret and Nick Antzoulatos had an in-depth conversation with Niki Mendrinos about the Hellenic Hearts Educational Guidance Program’s impact on students SAT scores
Joe Iacona and Sot Marinis
Chris Kontanidis and Peter Dionisos
John and Kelli Aivazoglou lead the night of dancing with music provided by DJ Jimmy
Hellenic Hearts Vice President Nick Karalis, Savvas Savvas, George Karapolitis, Chris Nikolos and Angelo Karakasis
Gus Raptis, George Karapolitis, and James Karalis
Board member Angelo Karakasis, Director of Scholarships Tim Vlassopoulos and John Lacoboulos