5200 West Jarvis Avenue Skokie, Illinois 60077 Tel: (847) 674-1773 Fax: (847) 674-1739 Email: [email protected] www.amphso.com BOARD OF DIRECTORS Panagiotis D. Nikolopoulos Angelyn Balodimas-Bartolomei, Ph.D. Stavros Basseas, Ph.D. Dr. Anthony Ferguson Sylvia Sobreira Maria N. Stamatopoulos Historian BOARD OF ADVISORS Linos G. Benakis Counselor, Academy of Athens Eleni Bousis Chairman, Greek American Nursing Home Dimitrios Bousis Bousis Foundation Hariklia Dimitropoulos-McLaughlin, Ph.D. Loyola University, Chicago Thanasis Economou, Ph.D. Demetrios Georgopoulos Director, Government Archives Province of Argolidos, Greece John G. Manos George Papadantonakis, Ph.D. Paraskevi Skourti Publisher, Ermioni Magazine Ioannis Stagas Admiral (Ret'd) Hellenic Navy Kostas Tsefalas Historian Eleftherios Fitras (†) Efstathios Bourodimos (†) George P. Alexandrou (†) 23 November 2020
American Philhellenes Society «To Περιοδικό» / March 13th, 2021
The National Herald’s weekly insert «Periodiko» on March 13th will feature the American Philhellenes Society and it’s founder and president Panagiotis Nikolopoulos. The American Philhellenes Society (www.amphso.com) founded in 2002, has a primary goal of rewarding American Philhellenes who fought, with their own initiative, on the side of the Greeks during the Turkish occupation. The American Philhellenes Society, through research conducted by its members, brings to light new persons, who showed great enthusiasm by fighting and defending their lives, the enslaved Greeks, and whose memory is honored by the organization, re-evaluating Greek-American relations. and the strength of the historical ties of the two peoples. Today, Mr. Nikolopoulos continues to work with the American Philhellenes Society, setting an even higher goal: the young Greek Americans and members of the organization to continue this important work by discovering young Philhellenes, whom our country is in dire need of. Please place your congratulatory message for the American Philhellenes Society and Panagiotis Nikolopoulos by March 5th. Sizes and rates of advertisements are shown on the next page. Kindly notify us at the earliest possible of your interest in participating. Ethnikos Kirix, our daily Greek language newspaper, has served the Greek American community continuously since 1915. Today, Ethnikos Kirix enjoys a circulation of more than 40,000 copies per day. Of those, 22,000 are home delivered and another 12,000 copies are mailed nationwide. Ethnikos Kirix can be found in more than 1,000 newsstands within the Eastern Sea Board area. The National Herald, our weekly English language, has a total circulation of 25,000 subscribers. Of those 15,000 are home delivered.
THE AMERICAN PHILHELLENES SOCIETY IS A 501(c)3 NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION EIN# 37-1571424