We would like to inform you that on Saturday, 27th of June at 11am
there will be a celebration for the end of this academic year at the
Greek School room behind our church.
We would be delighted to see you all there.
On behalf of the teacher and the School committee,
Dr. Theodora Lola-Luz
Secretary, Hellenic Community of Ireland
Click here to download the programme of the Greek Orthodox Church for Easter 2009.
Dear members and friends of the Hellenic Community,
Thank you for honouring us with your presence and making our Dinner Dance a success last Saturday the 28th of March in the Radisson SAS in celebration of the Greek National Day of March 25th.
Our two guest musicians from Greece will be performing for an additional session on Monday 30th of March at 20:00 at the “Brokers” The Mercantile – O’Brien’s on Dame St (opposite Central Bank).
Directions can be found at:
Ticket price: 20 euro
Student ticket: 10 euro
Free admission with the ticket from our last event at the Radisson SAS Hotel.
On behalf of the MB,
Dear members, compatriots and friends of the Hellenic community,
It is our honour to invite you to our annual dinner-dance which will take place on Saturday 28th March at 8pm at the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel (click here for map) on the occasion of the Greek National Day of 25th of March.
Join us for great Greek night full of fun and live music from Greece and for supporting our Community and School.
For tickets please contact:
Thomae Kakouli, email@example.com, 0876225969
Michael Youlton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stella Xenopoulou, email@example.com
Dimitris Kalamatianos, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nora Salveta, email@example.com
Children below 14 years free
We will keep you updated by email and on our website (www.helleniccommunity.ie).
On behalf of the Management Board
Dear parents and friends of the Greek Community School in Dublin,
The Hellenic community, the teacher and the School Committee invite you to the National celebration of 25th of March(Greece) and the 1st of April (Cyprus) that will take place on Saturday 21st of March 2009 at 11 am, at the Greek School, at the function hall of the Greek Community behind our church.
The programme will include recitation of poems and songs, as well as coffee at the end of the celebration.
We would be delighted to see you all there, members or not of the Community, to celebrate together our National Holiday.
We would kindly request that the parents whose kids will be participating in the celebration with a poem to email Ms Dora Lola -Luz (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the teacher Mr Vaios Manolis (email@example.com) by Saturday the 14th of March to notify us if for any reason they will be unable to attend the celebration. We ask this so that the teacher can plan the programme of the celebration.
In addition, the teacher kindly asks, if you have any national costumes that the kids wear them on the day, otherwise if they could wear a jeans trouser/ skirt (blue) and a white shirt/blouse.
Thanking you in advance for your collaboration.
On behalf of the management board, the teacher, and the school committee of the Greek School in Dublin
Dear members and Friends,
Please find here a document from the Greek Embassy in Dublin, in relation to the opening of a ballet box for the Euroelection 2009. More information on what needs to be done, in the document attached. For more clarifications please get in touch with the Embassy in Dublin.
On behalf of the management board,
Dear members, compatriots and friends of the Hellenic Community of Ireland
The General Assembly of the Hellenic Community (HC) gathered on Sunday 25 January 2009 at the Greek School where the election for the new Management Board (MB) took place. I would like to thank our members who honoured us with their presence and laid their trust on us by approving us for two more years of tenure. I feel very optimistic for my Presidency of the HC, and I believe that I also reflect the views of all the MB members, because we did achieve a great deal in our last tenure, but we also gained more experience in handling the issues of the HC. I feel particularly pleased due to the presence of four new colleagues in the MB with new energy and ideas, but also because I believe that it is good that as many of us as possible are involved in the management of our community. Only this way we can really make the community “ours”. We commit ourselves to serve as best as we are able to the interests of our Community in Ireland and of Hellenism in general.
On behalf of the MB
Dr. Thomais Kakouli
President, Hellenic Community of Ireland
Click here to download the minutes of the Bi-Annual General Meeting held on January 25th 2009.
If you have recently moved to Ireland or you are thinking to relocate here in the near future, there are lots of things you need to know. The attached document contains some basic information about Social Insurance, Benefits, Schools, etc. Click here to download.
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Dear members/friends of the Hellenic community,
We would like to inform you that on Tuesday February 3rd at 5 pm in the room behind the church there will be a Greek Kafeneio/coffee in operation where we can meet for coffee and tavli.
The Board is trying to find a day that would suit most people. if you wish you could contact the secretary of the community (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to help us decide what day suits the majority.
Hope to see you there.
On behalf of the Hellenic Community,
Dear friends/members of the Hellenic Community of Ireland,
First and above all please accept our best and heartfelt wishes from all of us in the Hellenic Community Committee to all of you for a very happy and pleasant Christmas and New Year.
The present Committee having completed its two-year tenure, we are calling for an Annual General Meeting, combined with elections on Sunday January 25th 2009, 13.00 – 15.00 hours in our School Hall. The session will be divided into two: the present Committee will initially (13.00 – 14.15) present an activity and financial report, which would have been circulated beforehand, to be followed with a full and open discussion. Elections will then complete the session
We would like you all to circulate through myself any proposals you may have for the discussion as well as any nominations for the Committee by Sunday January 11th to give us ample time to circulate everything to the entire membership list.
Full and Associate members (paid up) of the Hellenic Community will take part in the AGM – however, the latter will have speaking but no voting rights. Existing members may renew their membership and pay the 2009 dues on the day at the door. However new friends who may wish to join and take part will have to let us know a week before so that we can prepare our lists.
Looking forward to a good and productive year
Michael Youlton (Vice-President)
PS: Following the liturgy at 12.30 we will have a small Vasilopita (St Basil’s pie) event for all in the School Hall