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6682:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 05.04.2005

Steve Zantiotis and Jack Moulos,

Looking "relaxed and comfortable" at the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

Jack is in the foreground on the right.

6680:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 05.04.2005

Doreen Moulos, Nell George and friend, comparing research notes.

Doreen is on the left. Nell is on the right.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6646:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 28.02.2005

Elene Poulos. 100th Birthday Celebration.

Front Row (L to R): Matina Comino (niece), Stella Zantey (sister-in-law), Elene Poulos.

Second Row: Nick Comino (nephew-in-law), Mary Zantey (niece-in-law), Maria Zantey (niece-in-law), Maria Poulos (daughter-in-law), Theo Poulos (son).

Back Row: Peter Zantey (nephew), Harry Zantey (nephew), Harry Poulos (son).

For Elene Poulos's early life history, see previous entry. More recently....

"Elene was a self-sufficient person who lived alone ...

6645:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 28.02.2005

Elene Poulos.

Submitted by Professor Harry Poulos

Elene Poulos was born on 30th December 1904 in the village of Vouno Kythera, the third of seven children of Haralambos and Stamatina Zantiotis. She helped her parents raise the younger children and the whole family worked hard to make a living in those difficult times. She married George Tzortzopoulos in 1924, and the following year, their first son Theodore was born. A few years later, George left Kythera for Australia where he worked hard to earn ...

6644:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 06.03.2005

Con Saltis.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

Con is very knowlegable and passionate about maintaining Kytherian land holdings in Kytherian hands. He has spoken on the subject at previous Karavitika.

6643:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 27.02.2005

Mrs Nicolau (left) and friends.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6639:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 27.02.2005

Psaros Family Reunion.

Kytherian family reunions occur on a regular basis in Australia.

Family reunions are extremely important in maintaining Kytherian cultural continuity.

The Psaros reunion was advised in a recent issue of the Kytherian Newsletter.

The Psaros Family recently held their 10th annual reunion at Garrigal National Park, Roseville. Family came from all over NSW with over 50 in attendance. An enjoyable day was had by all.

To subscribe ...

6638:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 30.12.2005

Varipatis Family Reunion

Kytherian family reunions occur on a regular basis in Australia.

Family reunions are extremely important in maintaining Kytherian cultural continuity.

Names of persons participating in the re-union are - from left to right, starting with those seated in the front row:

Marianna Giaouris, Samantha Varipatis, Stratos Varipatis, Marianthe Varipatis, Anthony Fatseas, Elizabeth Fatseas, Jacinta Patty, Victoria Papadakis, Michelle Robinson (front).

6633:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Peter Stathis.

Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6632:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Catherine Kalokerinos.

Wife of Dr. Archie Kalokerinos, Cooranbong, New South Wales.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6631:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Alex Poulos. (Yeoryopoulos).

Tamworth. Husband to Maria (nee, Tambakis), and father of Sia Poulos, publisher of the Summer Edition newspaper.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6630:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Steve Zantiotis.

Former Optometrist, and current raconteur, and man-about-town.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6629:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 15.09.2005

Vangelli (Angelo) Chouli Crithary and Chris Lourandos, Canberra.

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

Chouli (on the left), is a great supporter of the Karavitiko. He is also a superb model boat builder - and has donated his works of art as door prizes at prior Karavitika.

Chris is the long standing President of the Kytherian Brotherhood of Canbera and Districts (see entry in Community Services, subsection, Associations).

6628:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Jim Poulaki Coroneos, and his wife, Aliki Coroneos (nee, Coroneos).

At the Karavitiko Symposium, held on Sunday 13th February 2005, at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford.

6627:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Gloria Dimopoulos, daughter, Thespina Dimopoulos, and mother-in-law, Poppy Crithary.

The Crithary-Dimopoulos families are true stalwarts and great supporters of the Karavitiko.

Maintaining a cross-generational interest in Karavas and Kythera is one of the prime benefits of maintaining the Kytherian tradition.

At Karavitiko Symposium, 2005.

6602:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 22.02.2005

Karavitiko 2005. Archie Kalokerinos and Victor Kepreotes.

Long-standing and indefatigable President of the Kytherian Association of Australia, Dr. Victor Kepreotes, discussing Kytherian affairs with Neos Kosmos's Greek-Australian of the Century, Dr. Archie Kalokerinos, now of Cooranbong in New South Wales.

6587:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by George Poulos on 28.08.2005

(Tzortzo) Poulos (Hlihlis) family function. 1950's. Goulburn.

Front:

Brothers George Dimitri (Tzortzo) Poulos and Con Dimitri (Tzortzo) Poulos, children of Dimitri and Athena.

Rear:

Left to Right:

1. Dora Tzortzopoulos, youngest daughter of Mina and Frosso, Crookwell, and later Goulburn. Dora, after marrying Harry Dermatis from Niapoli, lived in Canberra, and later South Coogee.

2. Frosso Tzortzopoulos.

3.

4. Mina Tzortzopoulos, Crookwell.

5. ...

6580:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 23.02.2005

Karavitiko 2005, at the Castellorizian Club, Kensington, Sydney.

Left to Right:

1. Peter Stathis [A number of entries about Peter's father Xenophon, from Wagga Wagga in New South Wales, can be viewed at kythera-family. Search internally under Stathis].

2. Andy Psomas Coroneo

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6579:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 05.04.2005

Karavitiko 2005, at the Castellorizian Club, Kensington, Sydney.

Sia Poulos (Tamworth; Kythera) delivering the key-note speech to the assembled audience at Karavitiko 2005.

Karavitiko Symposium 2005

This years Karavitiko Symposium was held on Sunday 13th February at The Castellorizian Club, Kingsford. It was preceded by a Holy Service at Saint Spiridon's Church, Gardeners Rd, Kingsford, where the icon of Ayios Haralambos was paraded around the Church. Ayios Haralmbos is the patron saint of the village of Karavas. His life history ...

6578:Photos > Diaspora Social Life

submitted by Karavitiko Symposium, Sydney on 25.02.2005

Karavitiko 2005, at the Castellorizian Club, Kensington, Sydney.

Left to Right:

1.

2. Jim Poulaki Coroneos.
Jim's knowledge about Kytherian practices, customs and traditions is encyclopaedic.

3. Aliki Coroneos (nee, Coroneos).
Family parachouklia - Father - Lerios, and mother - Tsilivis.