JOHN G. THEVOS
5TH DISTRICT ANNUAL
Congratulations to all our 2017 AHEPA District 5 Scholarship recipients!
A wonderful, well attended reception was held on Friday, June 23, 2017 in their honor to celebrate their outstanding achievements.
Many thanks to Scholarship Committee Treasurer Brother Vassos Chrysanthou for organizing an awesome "Night to Remember" and to committee members Brother Steve Lioumis PDG and Brother John Mehos PSG.
Much continued success in all their endeavors!
Left to right in the front:
Vassos Chrysanthou, AHEPA Supreme Lodge Board of Trustees.
Michael Gianakos, Monroe #75 for Alexia Coutsouridis
Nick Mallous. #450. Wildwood.
Sophia Chryssofos. #69. Camden.
Elena Patestos. #467. Ocean County.
Florentina Sergiou. #467. Ocean County.
Panayioti Logothetis. #54. Paramus.
Left to right in the back:
Yianni Christos Chrysanthou, presenter.
George N. Petrakakis DG AHEPA
Christopher Gasparis. #453. Ramapo.
Nicholas Horiates for his son Zachary. #69. Camden.
Elena Mikelis. #285 Bergen Knights.
AHEPA District 5 Scholarships are awarded annually to deserving students about to begin their college education.
It is a program administered by the Past District Governors of the district.
Read the qualifications carefully and submit your student's application for consideration by the deadline.
The deadline to apply is March 31st
Please send applications to:
2212 Arvell Court
Toms River, NJ 08755
Eligibility and Qualifications
Applicants for the scholarship grants and scholastic awards will be considered on the basis of scholastic achievement and participation in school and/or community activities.
The awarding of scholarship grants shall be restricted to:
- Only the members of the AHEPA family shall be eligible for the John G. Thevos Fifth District Scholarships. The term “AHEPA family members” is to include and be limited to all AHEPANS, DAUGHTERS OF PENELOPE, SONS OF PERICLES, MAIDS OF ATHENA, and their children who reside within the John G. Thevos Fifth District. However, any member who has moved from this area, but has maintained his/her membership in his local Chapter in the Fifth District, then his/her children would be eligible for consideration regardless of their residency.
- Sons and daughters of deceased AHEPA family members of the John G. Thevos Fifth District, who were in good standing at the time of their death are eligible and may submit an application through the Chapter to which either parent belonged.
- Applicants and/or their sponsors must presently be members in good standing of their respective chapters of the Fifth District for at least three (3) consecutive years. This same rule would apply in paragraphs 1 and 2
- Only Chapters who have paid in full their per capita tax to National Headquarters through December 31st of the preceding year and paid their obligation to the District Scholarship Program ($4.00/member) by April 30th of the current year are eligible to submit candidates.
All applicants for the grants shall apply through the Chapter of their sponsor and receive the Chapter’s endorsement.
All applicants must be accepted by an accredited college or university of their choice in order to qualify for the grant.
An official transcript of the applicant’s scholastic record must accompany this application including the applicant’s recent grades and final rank to the date of application.
The eligibility of applicants for the grants and scholastic awards shall be restricted to high school students of the Fifth District about to enter college who are in the upper third of their class.
Two letters of personal reference from faculty members of the school last attended and a current photo must accompany this application.
All applications must be endorsed by the respective Chapter President and Secretary and be filed with the Scholarship Committee by April 1st of each year.