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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 10.05.2013

Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory presenting her talk on the Karavas Water Project

The Presentation was made by:

Timothy E. Gregory (Ohio State University)
Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory (Ohio State University)


The presentation was held at the University of Sydney at 7.15pm, Wednesday, March 20th 2013

At the Centre of Classical and Near Eastern Studies Board Room, in the Madsen Building  Level 4,
Room 480 (one storey up and directly behind the building’s main foyer on the Eastern Avenue pedestrian mall).

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.05.2013

Greek olive oil beans with fetta

Great hot or cold. Photo: Marina Oliphant

Karen Martini

Time:30 mins

Difficulty: Easy

Serves:4

Special options: Gluten-free, Vegetarian, Nut-free

Broad beans can be eaten with the skins on. This dish can be served hot or at room temperature. Enjoy it with poultry, grilled meats or on its own.

Ingredients

100ml extra virgin olive oil

300g green beans, tops trimmed, ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.05.2013

Homestyle Greek: Spanakopita with silverbeet, spinach and soft feta

Photo: Brianne Makin

Sydney Morning Herald
May 03, 2013

Author:
Georgia Waters

Phone:02 9552 2425 Address:4-8 Booth Street, Annandale, NSW
Website:www.lemoniacafe.com.au/ Cuisine:Mediterranean, Greek Price Range:Moderate - (mains $15 - $30) Rating:Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

When brothers Garry and Dion Rodakis decided to open their first cafe, they looked to their Greek grandmother, Lemonia.

It is thanks ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.05.2013

Warm and welcoming: Lemonia.

Photo: Brianne Makin

Sydney Morning Herald
May 03, 2013

Author:
Georgia Waters

Phone:02 9552 2425 Address:4-8 Booth Street, Annandale, NSW
Website:www.lemoniacafe.com.au/ Cuisine:Mediterranean, Greek Price Range:Moderate - (mains $15 - $30) Rating:Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

When brothers Garry and Dion Rodakis decided to open their first cafe, they looked to their Greek grandmother, Lemonia.

It is thanks ...

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 23.04.2013

Anna & Kyrani 18/04/2013

My mother, Anna Zantiotis (Kyrani Anastasopoulos) with her beloved grand-daughter and namesake, Kyrani at my mum's 75th birthday dinner.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 20.04.2013

Happy Birthday Anna!

My mother, Anna Zantiotis (Kyrani Anastasopoulos) cutting her birthday cake. My mum was born in Perlegiannika on April 15, 1938. She looks great for 75!

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 20.04.2013

Anna Zantiotis, John Tzannes, Stephen Zantiotis

My parents with an old frined, John Tzannes. This was at my mum's 75th birthday dinner.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 13.03.2014

Anna & Stephen Zantiotis 18/04/2013

My parents, Anna (Anastasopoulos) and Stephen Zantiotis at my mum's 75th birthday celebrations on April 18, 2013. My mum turned 75 on April 15, 2013.

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submitted by Betty Summers (nee, Notaras) on 16.04.2013

John Prineas and Paul Summers holding the interstate shield

On Feb 15th, 2013, a team from the Hellenic Social Lawn Bowls Association of NSW travelled to Perth to compete for the Hellenic interstate sheild.

They stayed on in Perth until Feb 21st, 2013.

Two Kytherians - John Prineas and Paul Summers - were part of the winning team. They defeated both the Victorian and Western Australian teams, and "bought back the shield".

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submitted by Betty Summers (nee, Notaras) on 16.04.2013

Members of the Hellenic Social Lawn Bowls Association of NSW

On Feb 15th, 2013, a team from the Hellenic Social Lawn Bowls Association of NSW travelled to Perth to compete for the Hellenic interstate sheild.

They stayed on in Perth until Feb 21st, 2013.

Two Kytherians were part of the winning team. They defeated both the Victorian and Western Australian teams, and "bought back the shield".

John Prineas, who is holding the shield in this photo, and Paul Summers, pictured on the far left.

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submitted by Courier Mail, Brisbane on 13.04.2013

The road to "Freeleagusville"

Our Greeks have kin on Kythera

Courier-Mail 8th June, 1972, page 2


Alan Underwood, who has just visited Greece on the inaugural Sydney-Athens flight of Olympic Airways, found an island that seemed largely populated with relatives of Queensland Greeks…

Alex Freeleagus, Greece's Aussie-born Consul in Queensland — might have told me before we landed on the Island of Kythera. This lonely, 14-miles-long mass of flinty rocks and leathery Greeks ...

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submitted by Courier Mail, Brisbane on 13.04.2013

Our Greeks have kin on Kythera

Courier-Mail 8th June, 1972, page 2

Alan Underwood, who has just visited Greece on the inaugural Sydney-Athens flight of Olympic Airways, found an island that seemed largely populated with relatives of Queensland Greeks…

Alex Freeleagus, Greece's Aussie-born Consul in Queensland — might have told me before we landed on the Island of Kythera. This lonely, 14-miles-long mass of flinty rocks and leathery Greeks probably has stronger ties with Queensland ...

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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 12.04.2013

Mrs Saphira Caravousanos at the 1st Kytherian Ball, 1956

Saphira was the first President of the Kytherian Ladies Auxiliary
Sydney, NSW, Australia

In Loving Memory of Saphira Caravousanos

This interesting account of the life of Mrs Caravousanos, was written by her son Andrew, and with his permission we share it with all our members.

On Sunday 24th December 1924, the weather in Carthage Missouri USA was well below zero and considered “the worst winter’s day in the city’s history”. There were no ...

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 15.03.2013

Anna & Stephen Zantiotis

My parents, Anna (Kyrani Anastasopoulos) and Stephen Peter Zantiotis on March 10, 2013. My dad turned 85 on this day!

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 11.03.2013

Happy Birthday Stephen!

My dad, Stephen Peter Zantiotis blowing out the candles on his gorgeous cake shaped as a violin on March 10, 2013.
My dad began playing the violin at the age of four and still plays in an orchestra to this day.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 11.03.2013

Stephen Peter Zantiotis

My dad, Stephen Peter Zantiotis at his surprise 85th birthday party, March 10 2013.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 11.03.2013

Peter, Stephen, Peter

Peter Stephen Zantiotis (my brother), Stephen Peter Zantiotis (my dad) and Peter Arthur Zantiotis at my dad's 85th birthday party on March 10, 2013. Peter Arthur's father and my dad were brothers.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 11.03.2013

Zantiotis cousins

My dad, Stephen Peter Zantiotis and his cousin, Steve Anthony Zantiotis on my dad's 85th birthday, 10 March 2013. Stephen's father and Steve's father were brothers.

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 11.03.2013

Terry Chlentzos and George Leontsinis

Terry Chlentzos and Mr. George Leontsinis of St. Louis, Missouri USA enjoyed a delightful afternoon discussing Kytherian topics and heritage. Photo taken in Montecito, California

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submitted by Hellenic World on 10.03.2013

Symposium – Conducted by the Hellenic Lyceum, at Sydney University

9 March 2013

Greek Women’s contribution to Australian culture and economic development

The Symposium showcases the experiences of Hellenic migrant woman through to the current generation of Hellenic Australian women. As the speakers share their story common threads of resilience Hellenic values and integration with the Australian way of life become apparent. How well do these attributes support future Hellenic Australian woman in a changing multicultural landscape?