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Kassandros Chapter HJ-27 – Oreokastro Thessalonikis

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Cassander (Greek:, Kassandros son of Antipatros; ca. 350 BC – 297 BC), was a Greek Hellenistic King of Ancient Macedon (305–297 BC), son of Antipater, and founder of the Antipatrid dynasty. Of more lasting significance was Cassander’s refoundation of Therma into Thessalonica, naming the city after his wife. Thessalonike, a half-sister of Alexander the Great and princess of Macedon as daughter of Philip II.

2016-2017 Chapter Officers

Chapter President: Doukouzgiannis Stavros
Telephone:  (30) 6986537129
E-mail: kyriosdoukas@gmail.com

Chapter Vice-President: Kavazis Charalampos
Telephone: (30) 6947424553
E-mail: bkavazis@gmail.com

Chapter Secretary: Kavazis Charalampos
Telephone: (30) 6947424553
E-mail: bkavazis@gmail.com

Chapter Treasurer: Stogios Stergios
Telephone: (30) 6936073353
E-mail: ststogios@gmail.com

APPOINTED OFFICERS

Warden: Simoudis Sotirios

 

HJ-27 Recent News

Αναφορά τμήματος Κάσσανδρος HJ-27, 6/2014 – 5/2015

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