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THUNDER BAY
BULLETIN
HOLY TRINITY GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
ΕΛΛΙΝΙΚΗ ΟΡΘΟΔΟΞΗ ΚΟΙΝΟΤΗΤΑ ΑΓΙΑΣ ΤΡΙΑΔΟΣ
651 Beverly Street, Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 6N2 Telephone: (807) 344-9522
www.gothunderbay.org [email protected]
October 2012
Volume 8 Issue 9
OCTOBER 26: ST. DEMETRIOS THE GREAT MARTYR
26 ΟΚΤΩΒΡΙΟΥ: ΑΓΙΟΥ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΜΑΡΤΥΡΟΣ
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THUNDER BAY BULLETIN – Published monthly.
Editor(s): Rev. Fr. Nikolaos Tambakis
PARISH PRIEST:
Rev. Fr. Nikolaos Tambakis; 106 Essex Court, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7A 7N6
# (807) 472-1341 cellular; # (807) 344-9522 office
Church email: [email protected]; Fr. Nikolaos’ email: [email protected]
Website: www.gothunderbay.org
Office hours: by appointment
HELLENIC COMMUNITY
PRESIDENT:
VICE PRESIDENT:
SECRETARY:
TREASURER:
ACHILLES STATHOPOULOS
TOM MARINIS
VACANT
JIM PAZIANOS
# (807) 344-1596 HOME; (807) 344-9522 OFFICE
# (807) 346-4006 HOME; (807) 624-6720 MOBILE
BOARD MEMBERS:
ANDY KARANASOS, GEORGINA MELLAS, TIMO KAROUTAS, TED FRISKY, PETER SAITES.
RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL AUTHORITIES
HIS EMINENCE METROPOLITAN SOTIRIOS - GREEK ORTHODOX METROPOLIS IF TORONTO (CANADA), 1 PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW WAY (86 OVERLEA
BOULEVARD) ,TORONTO, ONTARIO M4H 1C6; TELEPHONE: (416) 429-5757; FAX: (416) 429-4588; EMAIL: [email protected];
WEBSITE: WWW.GOMETROPOLIS.ORG.
EMBASSY OF GREECE - 80 MACLAREN STREET; OTTAWA, ONTARIO K2P 0K6; TELEPHONE: (613) 238-6271;FAX: (613) 238-5676; WEBSITE:
WWW.GREEKEMBASSY.CA.
CONSULATE GENERAL OF GREECE - 365 BLOOR STREET E, SUITE 1800, TORONTO, ONTARIO M4W 3L4 ; TELEPHONE (416) 515-0133 ; FAX: (416)
515-0209; WEBSITE: WWW.GRCONSULATE.COM.
GREEK TOURIST OFFICE (TORONTO) - 1300 BAY STREET, TORONTO, ONTARIO M5R 3K8; TELEPHONE: (416) 968-2220; FAX: (416) 968-6533;
EMAIL: [email protected]
2012 – 2013 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
(L TO R): TIMO KAROUTAS, GEORGINA MELLAS, PETER SAITES, TOM MARINIS, ANDY KARANASOS, TED FRISKY, ACHILLES
STATHOPOULOS, JIM PAZIANOS (ABSENT) WITH FR. NIKOLAOS TAMBAKIS (ABOVE)
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Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
presents:
SOUVLAKI
DINNER
(Souvlaki, Tzatziki, Mediterranean rice, Greek salad and pita)
$12
Thursday, October 4
Thursday, October 18
Thursday, November 1
Thursday, November 15
Thursday, November 29
4:00pm – 6:30pm
Email us at [email protected] to be placed on our mailing list!
Facebook – Join our group “Souvlaki Dinner Takeout”!
Website: www.gothunderbay.com
HOLY TRINITY GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH - LADIES PHILOPTOCHOS SOCIETY
Annual Christmas Tea
& Bazaar
Sunday, November 25th, 2012
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
651 Beverly Street (at Balmoral)
Donations of baking and/or items for our penny auction table would be greatly appreciated and can be
dropped off at the church on Saturday, November 24th between 12:00am - 3:00pm or Sunday morning
November 25th.
Tickets available from any Philoptochos member,
at the church office or at the door.
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OCTOBER 26: ST. DEMETRIOS THE GREAT MARTYR
Saint
Demetrios
was
a
Thessalonian, a most pious son of pious
and noble parents, and a teacher of the
Faith of Christ. When Maximian first
came to Thessalonica in 290, he raised
the Saint to the rank of Duke of Thessaly.
But when it was discovered that the Saint
was a Christian, he was arrested and kept
bound in a bathhouse. While the games
were under way in the city, Maximian
was a spectator there. A certain friend of
his, a barbarian who was a notable
wrestler, Lyaeus by name, waxing
haughty because of the height and strength of his body, boasted in the stadium and
challenged the citizens to a contest with him. All that fought with him were defeated. Seeing
this, a certain youth named Nestor, acquaintance of Demetrios', came to the Saint in the
bathhouse and asked his blessing to fight Lyaeus single-handed. Receiving this blessing and
sealing himself with the sign of the precious Cross, he presented himself in the stadium, and
said, "O God of Demetrios, help me!" and straightway he engaged Lyaeus in combat and
smote him with a mortal blow to the heart, leaving the former boaster lifeless upon the earth.
Maximian was sorely grieved over this, and when he learned who was the cause of this
defeat, he commanded straightway and Demetrios was pierced with lances while he was yet
in the bathhouse, As for Nestor, Maximian commanded that he be slain with his own sword.
http://www.goarch.org/en/chapel/saints.asp?contentid=257
26 ΟΚΤΩΒΡΙΟΥ: ΤΟΥ ΑΓΙΟΥ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΜΑΡΤΥΡΟΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ
Ο δε Άγιος Δημήτριος ήταν Θεσσαλονικεύς την πατρίδα, ευσεβών γονέων γυιός
ευσεβέστατος, και διδάσκαλος της πίστεως του Χριστού. Έτσι, όταν ήλθε ο Μαξιμιανός στη
Θεσσαλονίκη, το 290, πρόσταξε να τον συλλάβουν και τον έρριξε στην φυλακή. Ενώ
διεξάγονταν αθλητικοί αγώνες στην πόλι, ο μεν Μαξιμιανός καθόταν και τους
παρακολουθούσε. Ένας δε βάρβαρος φίλος του και ξάκουστος παλαιστής, ονομαζόμενος
Λυαίος, καυχόμενος για το ανάστημά του και για τη σωματική του δύναμι, εκόμπαζε στο
στάδιο, προκαλώντας τους πολίτες να διαγωνισθούν μαζί του και καταβάλλοντας όσους
έρχονταν στα χέρια μ’αυτόν. Αυτά βλέποντας ένας νεαρός, ομομαζόμενος Νέστωρ,
γνώριμος του Αγίου Δημητρίου, έρχεται σ’αυτόν, στη φύλακη, ζητώντας της προσευχές του
για τη μονομαχία. Πήρε την ευλογία του Αγίου, που τον σφράγησε με το σημείον του
Σταυρού, παρουσιάζεται στο στάδιο και, λέγοντας: «Θεέ του Δημητρίου, βοήθα με!»,
πιάνεται στα χέρια με το Λυαίο και κτυπώντας τον καίρια πάνω στην καρδιά, αφήνει άψυχο
στη γη τον πριν μεγάλαυχο. Ο δε Μαξιμιανός λυπήθηκε πολύ γι’αυτό, ρώτησε πως
συνέβηκαν τα πράγματα και πρόσταξε αμέσως, τον μεν Δημήτριο να τρυπήσουν με
λογχισμούς στη φύλακη που βρισκόταν, τον δε Νέστορα να του πάρουν το ξίφος και να τον
θανατώσουν με αυτό.
http://www.rongolini.com/synseptember.htm#September%2014
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Greece, the birthplace of democracy,
said OXI (NO) to fascism and defended its
birthright,
despite
overwhelming
and
unfavorable odds.
On this particular day we give honor to
the many men and woman who stood up to the
fascist Mussolini, and this was no small thing to
do. First of all, Mussolini had 44 million people,
and Greece had 7 million. Italy had ten times
the firepower of Greece in its army navy and air
force, which had total air superiority, since
Greece had only a small defensive force. The
demands from Mussolini were sent to Prime
Minister Metaxa. He gave Greece three hours to
reply to his demands to surrender, and for the
Italian troops to occupy Greece and raise the
Italian Flag on top of the Parthenon. But
Mussolini never even waited for Metaxas' reply.
He had five heavily armed divisions of Italian
soldiers moving from controlled Albania over
the border into Greece.
In the early hours of Oct 28th Metaxa
gave his reply loud and clear: OXI (NO). The
"OXI" cry has become a Hellenic battle cry
that blooms defiantly every 28th of October.
This cry of "OXI" is repeated by every Hellenic
Community around the world, numbering more
than ten million Greeks. Though the Italians out
numbered the Greek soldiers by more than two
to one, the Greeks astonished the Italian
generals with their courage, their tenacity, and their limited artillery precision. The Greek forces had six
mortars for each division against the invaders' sixty. Within four weeks of the invasion those Greeks drove
the Italian army back into Albania and kept on going, continuing the pursuit until they were 60 kilometers
into Albania which is known as Northern Epirus. By this time Mussolini had replaced his commanding
generals several times and finally assumed command himself. He tried to rouse his troops to victory with
speeches of the great legacy of the Romans, but the Greeks kept on pursuing and there was great concern
that the Greeks would cross the Adriatic Sea and invade Italy.
United States periodicals such as the Time and Life magazines carried cover stories about the Greeks
and the history they were making in Europe. The Greeks and Greek-Americans in this country were
respected and admired at school and work, because of these historic events.
No free country around the world believed that Greece would survive the attack. As a small country
Greece faithfully and courageously met her obligations to her allies with heroism and self-sacrifice. Greece
suffered much more than other countries that were on the victorious Allied side. Greece lost the highest
percentage of her population, about 12%, which means about one million people. That is why the world
leaders of that time recognized the contribution of the Greeks. Mr. Churchill of England said "Today we
shall say that the Greeks fight like heroes, but from now on we shall say that heroes fight like Greeks."
All those who believe in freedom and democracy give honor to the heroes who died on October 28,
1940 which is 63 years ago. Let us all say a big OXI to wars, to terrorism and to hate, and a big "yes"
to freedom, democracy and love. This is history, my friends. http://www.helleniccomserve.com/oxidaystathacopoulos.html
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SCHEDULE OF DIVINE SERVICES - OCTOBER 2012
SUNDAY
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+3RD SUNDAY OF LUKE. STS. SERGIUS & BACCHUS.
ORTHROS 9:15AM, DIVINE LITURGY 10:30AM.
SUNDAY
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+HOLY FATHERS OF THE 7TH ECUMENICAL SYNOD.
ORTHROS 9:15AM, DIVINE LITURGY 10:30AM.
SUNDAY
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+6ΤΗ SUNDAY OF LUKE. STS. CHRISTODOULOS, SOCRATES & ILARION
ORTHROS 9:15AM, DIVINE LITURGY 10:30AM.
FRIDAY
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+ST. DEMETRIOS THE MYRRH-BEARER.
ORTHROS 9:15AM, DIVINE LITURGY 10:15AM.
SUNDAY
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+7ΤΗ SUNDAY OF LUKE. HOLY PROTECTION OF THE THEOTOKOS.
ORTHROS 9:15AM, DIVINE LITURGY AND DOXOLOGY 10:30AM.
The Ladies Philoptochos will be holding a
fundraising Soup and Sandwich on
October 28, right after Divine Liturgy - in
conjunction with the OXI Day celebration.
Come and support the ladies in their
fundraising efforts!
ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ ΙΕΡΩΝ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΙΩΝ - ΟΚΤΩΒΡΙΟΥ 2012
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ
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+ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ Γ’ ΛΟΥΚΑ. ΑΓ. ΣΕΡΓΙΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΒΑΚΧΟΥ.
ΟΡΘΡΟΣ 9:15ΠΜ, ΘΕΙΑ ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΑ 10:30ΠΜ.
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ
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+ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ ΑΓΙΩΝ ΠΑΤΕΡΩΝ Ζ’ ΟΙΚ. ΣΥΝΟΔΟΥ. .
ΟΡΘΡΟΣ 9:15ΠΜ, ΘΕΙΑ ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΑ 10:30ΠΜ.
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ
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ΟΡΘΡΟΣ 9:00ΠΜ, ΘΕΙΑ ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΔΟΞΟΛΟΓΙΑ 10:30ΠΜ.
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ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΗ
+ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ ΣΤ’ ΛΟΥΚΑ. ΑΓ. ΧΡΙΣΤΟΔΟΥΛΟΥ, ΣΩΚΡΑΤΟΥΣ, ΙΛΑΡΙΩΝΟΣ.
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+ΑΓΙΟΥ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΜΑΡΤΥΡΟΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΜΥΡΟΒΛΗΤΟΥ.
ΟΡΘΡΟΣ 9:00ΠΜ, ΘΕΙΑ ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΑ 10:15ΠΜ.
ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ
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+ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ Z’ ΛΟΥΚΑ. ΑΓ. ΣΚΕΠΗΣ ΘΕΟΤΟΚΟΥ.
ΟΡΘΡΟΣ 9:00ΠΜ, ΘΕΙΑ ΛΕΙΤΟΥΡΓΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΔΟΞΟΛΟΓΙΑ 10:30ΠΜ.
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ΑΚΤΙΝΕΣ ΘΕΙΟΥ ΦΩΤΟΣ
Πνεῦμα εἶναι ὁ Θεός, ὅπως μας εἶπεν ὁ Κύριος, ἀλλὰ Πνεῦμα, Ἅγιον, Ὕπεράγαθον, Πνεῦμα
ἀόρατον, ἀκατάληπτον, ἄπειρον, ποὺ δὲν περιορίζεται σὲ ὁρισμένον τόπον καὶ χρόνον. Πνεῦμα ἄναρχον,
αἰώνιον ποὺ δὲν ἔχει ἀρχὴ καὶ τέλος, ἀλλὰ ὄχι καὶ τελείως ἄγνωστον εἰς τὸν ἄνθρωπον, διότι Ἐκεῖνος μας
ἔδωκε τὴν δυνατότητα νὰ τὸν γνωρίσουμε.
Ὅταν φανερώθηκε κατὰ κάποιον τρόπον ὁ Θεὸς εἰς τὸν Μωϋσήν, δήλωσε τὴν ταυτότητά του.
Εἶπεν «Ἐγὼ εἰμὶ ὁ ὧν» δηλαδὴ αὐτὸς ποὺ εἶμαι, αὐτὸς ποὺ ὑπάρχω πάντοτε, εἰς τὸ παρελθόν, εἰς τὸ
παρὸν καὶ εἰς τὸ μέλλον.
Καὶ ἐσφράγισε τὴν δήλωση αὐτὴ μὲ θαῦμα, μὲ τὴν φλεγόμενη καὶ μὴ καιομένη βάτον, γιὰ νὰ
πιστοποιήσει στὸν Μωϋσὴν τὴν θεότητά του.
Πνεῦμα ὁ Θεὸς ἀκατάληπτο κατὰ τὴν οὐσία του, στὸν ἄνθρωπο. Δὲν εἶναι δυνατὸν νὰ γνωρίσει τὰ
πάντα γιὰ τὸν Θεὸν ὁ ἄνθρωπος «Τὶς γὰρ ἔγνω νοῦν Κυρίου ἢ τὶς σύμβουλος αὐτοῦ ἐγένετο»; ἐρωτᾷ ὁ
ἀπόστολος Παῦλος. Ποιός εἶναι σὲ θέση νὰ γνωρίζει τὶς σκέψεις τοῦ Θεοῦ! Ἀλλ' ὅμως ἐπέτρεψεν ὁ Θεὸς
νὰ γνωρίσουμε ὁρισμένα χαρακτηριστικά, ὁρισμένες ἰδιότητες, ὁρισμένες ἀκτῖνες τῆς ΘεότητοςΤου.
Φανερώνεται ὡς Πνεῦμα αἰώνιον, Παντοδύναμον, δη-μιουργικὸν καὶ δημιουργεῖ τὸν κόσμον.
Φανερώνεται ὡς Πνεῦμα Πάνσοφον τὸ ὁποῖον τὰ πάντα ἐν σοφίᾳ ἐποίησεν. Φανερώνεται ὡς Πνεῦμα
συνεκτικόν, δηλαδὴ ποὺ συνέχει, ποὺ συγκρατεῖ τὰ σύμπαντα. Φανερώνεται ὡς Πνεῦμα ζωοποιόν, ποὺ
δίνει ζωὴ στὴν κτίση καὶ σὲ ὅσα βρίσκονται σ' αὐτήν.
Θέλησε ἀκόμα νὰ μᾶς κάνει ἱκανοὺς ὄχι μόνον νὰ νοιώθουμε τὰ θεϊκά του χαρακτηριστικὰ ἀλλὰ
καὶ νὰ μᾶς χαρίσει καὶ κάτι ἀπὸ αὐτά.
Ἀπὸ τὸ Πνεῦμα του, μᾶς ἔδωκε τὴν ψυχή μας. Ἀπὸ τὴν δική του αἰωνιότητά μας ἔδωκε τὴν
αἰωνιότητα, τὴν ἀθανασία τῆς ψυχῆς μας. Ἀπὸ τὴν Παντοδυναμία του, μᾶς ἔδωκε τὴν θέληση νὰ κάνουμε
ἔργα ποὺ χρειάζονται δύναμη θελήσεως, παίρνοντας ἠμεῖς δύναμη ἀπὸ τὴν δική του Παντοδυναμία. Ἀπὸ
τὴν Πανσοφία τού μας ἔδωκε τὴν δυνατότητα νὰ ἔχουμε σοφία, νὰ φτιάχνουμε ἐπιστῆμες καὶ γνώσεις καὶ
νὰ ἔχουμε τὴν κατὰ Θεὸν σοφίαν, δηλαδὴ νὰ γνωρίζουμε τί εἶναι τὸ θέλημα τοῦ Θεοῦ καὶ πὼς θὰ τὸ
ζήσουμε στὴ ζωή μας. Ὡς Δίκαιος ὁ Θεός μᾶς ἔδωκε τὸ ψυχικὸ χάρισμα νὰ γνωρίζουμε τί εἶναι δίκαιον ἢ
ἄδικο, τί εἶναι καλὸ καὶ τί εἶναι κακό. Σὰν πηγὴ ἀγάπης ὁ Θεός, ἔβαλε στὴν ψυχή μας τὸ αἴσθημα τῆς
ἀγάπης, ὥστε νὰ ἔχουμε ἀγάπη καὶ πρὸς τὸν Θεὸν ἀλλὰ καὶ τὸν ἄνθρωπον. Δηλαδὴ ὁ Θεός μᾶς
ἐπροίκισεν μὲ δικά του χαρίσματα καὶ ἰδιότητες.
Αὐτὰ τὰ θεία χαρίσματα δὲν παράγονται μέσα μας, δὲν προέρχονται ἀπὸ τὸ ὑλικό μας σῶμα, ἀπὸ
τὶς σάρκες καὶ αἷμα καὶ τὰ ὀστὰ ἀλλὰ ἀπὸ τὴν πλούσια προικισμένη ἀπὸ τὸν Θεὸν ψυχή μας.
Μᾶς ἔδωκεν ἀκόμη ἕνα πολύτιμο, ἀχώριστο νύχτα καὶ ἡμέρα, ξεχωριστόν, εἰλικρινή ὁδηγόν, ποὺ λέγεται
συνείδηση καὶ μᾶς παρακινεῖ νὰ κάνουμε τὸ σωστὸ καὶ νὰ ἀποφεύγουμε τὸ κακό. Μᾶς ἐπαινεῖ γιὰ τὸ
καλό, μᾶς ἐλέγχει καὶ μᾶς καταδικάζει καὶ μᾶς τιμωρεῖ, ὅπως λέμε, μὲ τὶς τύψεις, τὰ χτυπήματα τῆς
συνειδήσεως ὅταν κάνουμε τὸ κακό. Εἶναι ἡ Φωνὴ τοῦ Θεοῦ μέσα μας, ἔλεγαν οἱ ἀρχαῖοι. Ὁ φιλόσοφος
Κὰντ ἔλεγε, ὅτι καὶ μόνον ἡ συνείδηση ποὺ ὑπάρχει μέσα μας, φανερώνει ὅτι ὑπάρχει Θεός. Ἂν ἦταν δικό
μας δημιούργημα ἡ συνείδηση, δὲν θὰ τὴν ὑπολογίζαμε ὅταν μας ἔλεγχε. Καὶ ὅμως ὑπάρχουν
περιπτώσεις ποὺ ἡ φωνὴ τῆς συνειδήσεως εἶναι τόσον αὐστηρὴ ἐνάντια μὲ τὸν ἑαυτό μας καὶ
ἀνυπόφορη, ὥστε ἀνάγκασε ἐγκληματίες νὰ παραδοθοῦν μὴ ὑποφέροντας τὸν ἔλεγχό της. Ὁ ἅγιος
Ἰωάννης ὁ Χρυσόστομος ὀνομάζει τὴν συνείδηση «Δικαστήριον ἀδέκαστον». Ἡ συνείδηση εἶναι ἡ ἀφανής,
ἡ κρυμμένη, ἀλλὰ τόσον ἰσχυρὴ παρουσία τοῦ Θεοῦ στὴν ψυχή μας. Εἶναι ἡ φωνὴ τοῦ Θεοῦ μέσα μας.
Πνεῦμα εἶναι ὁ Θεὸς ἀλλὰ Πνεῦμα ὄχι ξέχωρο καὶ ἀπόκοσμο. Ἄπειρο μὲν καὶ ἀόρατο μὲ τὰ
σωματικά μας μάτια ἀλλὰ ὁρατὸ μὲ τὰ μάτια τῆς λογικῆς, τῆς ψυχῆς. Ἃς τὰ κρατᾶμε ἀνοιχτὰ τὰ μάτια τῆς
ψυχῆς, τὰ μάτια τῆς πίστεως ὥστε νὰ ἀπολαμβάνουμε τὸ Μεγαλεῖο καὶ τὴν ἀγάπη τοῦ Θεοῦ.
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OUR MEMBERS – So far only 112 people have submitted their membership dues for 2012. We ask and
encourage everyone to so as soon as possible. Each member is indispensable for the well-being and
functioning of our parish. We thank all who have taken the time to submit their membership dues
already as of September 28, 2012:
1. Mr. Steve Amorgianos
2. Mr. Gavriil Aspropotamitis
3. Mr. Peter Avgeropoulos
4. Mr. Joyce Avgeropoulos
5. Mr. Nicholas Balina
6. Mrs. Athena Blieske
7. Mrs. Dimitra Biniaris
8. Mr. William Biniaris
9. Ms. Irene Biniaris
10. Miss. Jenny Biniaris
11. Mrs. Katerina Biniaris
12. Mr. Gus Chimbakis
13. Mrs. Helen Chimbakis
14. Mrs. Christine Chornoboy
15. Mr. Bill Comminos
16. Mrs. Tarja Comminos
17. Mr. George Comminos
18. Mr. Andreas Comminos
19. Mrs. Nitsa Comminos
20. Mr. Peter Comminos
21. Mr. Darko Dimitrijevic
22. Dr. Paul Dowhos
23. Mrs. Angie Forget
24. Mrs. Bayba Frattolin
25. Mr. Ted Frisky
26. Mrs. Joanne Frisky
27. Mr. Harry Glymitsas
28. Mrs. Toula Glymitsas
29. Mrs. Sheila Glymitsas
30. Mr. Peter Giardetti
31. Mrs. Tara Giardetti
32. Mr. Lei Hartviksen*
33. Mrs. Jennie Hartviksen
34. Mr. Sotirios Hatzis
35. Mrs. Theodora Hatzis
36. Mr. Demetre Hatzis
37. Mr. Bill Hatzis
38. Mrs. Stella Hatzis
39. Mrs. Lisa Kahramanos
40. Ms. Penny Kahramanos
41. Mr. Andy Karanasos
42. Mrs. Lori Karanasos*
43. Mr. Nick Koukos
44. Mrs. Joyce Koukos
45. Mr. Ray Leino
46. Mrs. Virginia Leino
47. Mr. Chris Lent
48. Mrs. Joanne Lent
49. Mr. Jack Lotsios
50. Mrs. Effie Lotsios
51. Mrs. Helen Machairas
52. Mr. Tom Marinis
53. Miss. Georgina Mellas
54. Mrs. Maria Mellas
55. Mr. Tom Mellas
56. Mrs. Smaragde Mellas
57. Mrs. Matina Mellas
58. Mr. Stamatios Melissis
59. Mrs. Angela Melissis
60. Mr. Chris Metsopoulos
61. Mrs. Despina Metsopoulos
62. Ms. Bess Melville
63. Mr. Taxios Milionis
64. Mrs. Athina Morakis
65. Ms. Maria Morakis
66. Mrs. Angie Palo
67. Mrs. Nikki Pantoulias
68. Mr. Peter Pantoulias
69. Mrs. Helen Pantoulias
70. Mr. John Pantoulias
71. Mr. Tom Pavlou
72. Mrs. Rosa Pavlou
73. Mr. Jim Pazianos
74. Mrs. Virginia Pazianos
75. Mr. Tom Pazianos
76. Mrs. Leila Pazianos
77. Mr. Louis Port
78. Mrs. Dimitra Port
79. Mrs. Helen Ralph
80. Mr. Jack Sancartier*
81. Mrs. Maria Sancartier
82. Mrs. Effie Saites
83. Mr. Peter Saites
84. Mrs. Nora Saites
85. Mrs. Lola Saites
86. Mr. Steven Scollie*
87. Mrs. Rose Sourtzis
88. Mr. Spyro Sourtzis
89. Mr. Marino Spourdalakis
90. Mrs. Nora Spourdalakis
91. Mr. Achilles Stathopoulos
92. Mrs. Anja Stefanidis*
93. Mr. Emilios Stefanidis
94. Mr. Zivko Stojnic
95. Mrs. Jenny Theodore
96. Mr. Constatine Tsekouras
97. Mrs. Jane Tsekouras
98. Mr. John Tsekouras
99. Mr. Paul Tsekouras
100. Mrs. Sylvia Tsekouras*
101. Mr. Ahileas Tsekouras
102. Ms. Elaine Tsekouras
103. Mrs. Lily Tsekouras
104. Mr. Harry Tsekouras
105. Mr. Constantin Todosia
106. Mrs. Manouela Todosia
107. Mr. Daniel Vasiliu
108. Dr. Irene Vasiliu
109. Mr. Chris Welbourne
110. Mrs. Patricia Welbourne
111. Mr. Ryan Witiluk
112. Mrs. Christine Witiluk
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Bess and Sheila want you to come join the fun at Bingo!
Tuesday, October 23
Saturday, November 24
ALL BINGOS ARE AT THE C.L.E. LOCATION at 5:45 PM
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