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Children in Greek Costume, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, March 1949

Children in Greek Costume, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, March 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1949
Caption
Children of the church school of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church will help celebrate the 128th anniversary of the independence of Greece tomorrow by presenting a play depicting Greek patriotism at 8 o'clock in the evening at the school room in the church. Here the participants in the play are shown attired in Greek costumes that will be used in the production.

James Xilias

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Day
9
Month
September
Year
1944
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Greek Festival Dancers Stephanie Savos and Theo Michos, June 1974

Greek Festival Dancers Stephanie Savos and Theo Michos, June 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1974
Caption
Ready For The Dance Stephanie Savos (left) in Queen Amelia dress and Theo Michos in Evzone dress rehearse for their dance at the Greek festival.

Preparing Food for St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Greek Festival, May 1973

Preparing Food for St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Greek Festival, May 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 29, 1973
Caption
Old Hat? Preparing shish kebobs will be old hat by the time Nick Michos, Ted Chapekis and Mike Koutsogiannis, left to right, above finish making and serving them to an estimated 10,000 Greek Festival goers. (Photo by Cecil Lockard)

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Ya'ssoo Greek Festival, June 1973

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Ya'ssoo Greek Festival, June 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 2, 1973
Caption
Mrs. Chrsa Szabo Leads Greek Youngsters In 'Poetry In Motion'

Philoptochos Society Members Making Greek Pastries For Bake Sale at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, April 1968

Philoptochos Society Members Making Greek Pastries For Bake Sale at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1968
Caption
Greek Pastry Experts Two members of the Philoptochos Society of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church combine their talents to prepare Greek pastries for the group's bake sale to be held Friday and Saturday. Mrs. William G. Skinner (left) and Mrs. Peter C. Kokales busy themselves preparing rich pastries such as Karedopeta (Walnut Cake) and Koulourakia (Buttern Cookies).

Tony Rupas and James Saites Roast Lamb In Preparation For Xristos Anestes, April 1963

Tony Rupas and James Saites Roast Lamb In Preparation For Xristos Anestes, April 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1963
Caption
Roasting Lamb: Tony Rupas (left) of 600 W. Davis St. and his brother-in-law, James Saites, roast lamb over hot coals in the Rupas back yard in preparation for Xristos Anestes (Christ Is Risen), which Greek families are celebrating during the 40 days after Easter.

Nicholas H. and Helen Cazepis Teach Son Eric Greek Easter Traditions, April 1960

Nicholas H. and Helen Cazepis Teach Son Eric Greek Easter Traditions, April 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1960
Caption
Traditional Easter Table Setting: Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas H. Cazepis of 518 Miller Ave. are handing down to their son, Eric, 4, the traditions their parents, who immigrated from Greece more than a quarter of a century ago, taught them. The family cracks traditional red Easter eggs. The large loaf of sweet bread on the table also is symbolic to Eastern Orthodox Christians.

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Commemorates Greek Independence Day, March 1957

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Commemorates Greek Independence Day, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1957
Caption
Independence Day: A tribute to the heroes of the Greek fight for independence will be given tomorrow by children of the parish schools of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, in observance of the 136th anniversary of Greek Independence Day. In Greek costume, Alex Kales of 2701 Dexter Rd. holds the Greek flag. On the table, decorated with an American and a Greek naval flag, is a picture of Patriarch Gregory V, a key figure and martyr in the struggle.