Students honour WWII Greek campaign

Sep 21, 2019 reseoyvd

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram For the sixth year in a row, the Australian Hellenic Memorial Foundation called on students of all ages to participate in an open competition and submit their works of art or writing inspired by the WWII Greek campaign.More than 300 entries were submitted by Friday 12 September, while last Sunday an award ceremony took place at the historical site located in Domain Gardens.Winners were announced in front of a large crowd of teachers, their fellow students, and family members.Cash prizes from $50 to $250 were awarded, while all contestants received a Certificate of Participation and a badge. The purpose of the annual competition held by the Australian Memorial Foundation is to commemorate all Australian and Greek soldiers who fought side by side during WWII.“We wish to thank all who participated, over 300 students, the schools, sponsors, and Mr George Kavouklis, for supporting through the Educational Affairs of the Greek Consul Generals Office”, president Steve Kyritsis OAM said on behalf of the Australian Hellenic Memorial Foundation.THE PRIZE-WINNING STUDENTS Jorges Andriopoulos Lucas Emmanouil Jamie Xenos Alexander Gardiner George Nikolitsis Alyssa Angelis Alexandros Pilalides Marcus Sideridis Zoe Vlahos Allegra Curnow Emma Sideridis Rafaella Nerouppos Victoria Turewicz Phoenix Kostoulias Athan Vlahogiannis Floria Takos Ephea Harisis Brigitta Poulos Olympia Tsirtsakis Demi Drakopoulos Christiana Karasavidis Katerina Tsaousis Christina Katatrioti Nikolaos Floros Anastasia Moutsos Eirini Soulilast_img

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