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Central Georgia Greek Festival - VOLUNTEERS SIGN UP HERE! --- (Shifts are 4.5 hours each) STEP #1: Choose your volunteer date; STEP #2: Choose your volunteer time.

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, Macon, GA

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Greek Fest VOLUNTEER Registration 1 hour before event starts Free  

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GREEK FESTIVAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

  Thursday, October 12: FESTIVAL SET-UP
Friday, October 13 - Sunday, October 15:  FOOD BOOTHS AND OTHER AREAS
Sunday, October 15:  3:00 pm - 6:00 pm:  TEARDOWN -- CLEAN-UP & HEAVY LIFTING

 * Volunteer shifts are for 4.5 hours
           * Volunteers who volunteer for their entire shift time will be given one ticket to use at The Grill towards a free gyro or a souvlaki and a refreshment! 
*Volunteer certificates will be given to each volunteer

 **Please wear your school, college, or company logo T-shirt if you have one**

 

10th ANNUAL GREEK FESTIVAL!!!!

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church would like to invite the community to their 10th Annual Greek Festival!

There will be Greek Food, Greek Dancing, and Fun!

Menu Items Include: Greek Salads . Gyro . Chicken Souvlaki . Pastitsio . Dolmades . Baklava & many other Delectable Desserts!

Live Greek Music and Greek Dancing!

Church Tours. Religious Artifacts . Art . Shopping . Jewelry . and many Greek Items for sale!

OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA! OPA!




FAQs:
Proceeds are used for the upkeep of this historical church and towards many non-profit organizations, including the children's hospital.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Volunteer questions should be forwarded to execasst@cantrellcenter.com or call 953-3535, ext. 128

 

Have questions about Central Georgia Greek Festival - VOLUNTEERS SIGN UP HERE! --- (Shifts are 4.5 hours each) STEP #1: Choose your volunteer date; STEP #2: Choose your volunteer time.? Contact Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, Macon, GA

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Greek Festival in Macon, GA-VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION
859 1st Street
Macon, GA 31201

Organizer

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, Macon, GA

      

The first Greek Orthodox faithful arrived in Macon and Central Georgia in the late 1890’s.  Some of the names of the early immigrant families were Lamis, Floros, Nicholas, Roniotis, Andros, Zolotas, Zaloumes, Pappas, Callianos, Arthur, George, Peters, and Malliotis.  They came together to establish the Greek community and relied on the Greek Orthodox priest from Atlanta to visit and hold religious services in various halls and in the homes of the faithful.  From 1933 to 1955, the Greek community was under the guidance of Father Panos Constantinides of Atlanta.

Unlike most other cities of our size, Macon was unable to establish a Greek church, but after World War II we were loosely organized as a “community,” known as the Greek Orthodox Community of Macon, Warner Robins, and Milledgeville.  Founded in 1959, the Greek ladies social, club, Sophia, Agape and Elpis, was very instrumental in maintaining our community by holding bake sales, fund-raisers, and dinners.

The Greek Orthodox Church of Macon was legally formed in 1964 when the State of Georgia granted a charter to the four incorporators: George Zaloumes, John Cacavias, Harry Andros, and Nick Dermatas.  They established a Church Building Fund in anticipation of buying land and building a church.  George Andros and Johnny Vastakis joined the four founders as Great Benefactors.

As a “satellite” congregation of Atlanta, services were held in various places, but the congregation relied primarily on the chapel at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  The Episcopal community of Macon was very generous and supportive of our efforts and determination.  Father Homer Goumenis of the Atlanta Cathedral served as our priest in the 1960’s and 1970’s, conducting many baptisms, weddings, and funerals, in addition to celebrating the Divine Liturgy on many Saturdays and Holy Days.

- See more at: http://www.holycross.ga.goarch.org/about_us/parish-history/#sthash.yFrPdi21.dpuf

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