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2015 Mistletoe Ball

The Hellenic Women’s Club’s premier fundraising event will be held Saturday, November 28 at Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston

Lively music will electrify the atmosphere as guests dance to Greek and American music by Dean Vali of New York. Raffle tickets are still available to win a $5000 cash prize.

“This is a chance for the Greek community to come together for an elegant event that kicks off the holiday season and also contributes to several of our established charities,” says Despina Koules Anton, Chair of this year’s black-tie event.

The Hellenic Women’s Club Scholarship Fund, established four years ago, will award six young women a $5,000 scholarship each on the basis of community service, leadership, and academics. The scholarship winners will be honored on the night of the Ball.

The Mistletoe Ball first began in 1946 as a $6-per-ticket event to raise funds to help war-torn Greece. Proceeds from that dance made it possible to ship clothing, medicine, bandages, and food to the Greek War Relief effort. Today, the ball is a highly anticipated annual social event, drawing guests from across New England and beyond. Link to complete press release.

A special thanks to our
Mistletoe Ball Underwriters
whose generosity helps to defray the expenses of the event:

Dionysus Underwriters
Anton’s Cleaners in memory of Uncle Soc
JPA Management LLC in honor of Nicholas L. Vinios

Aphrodite Underwriters
The Demakes Families
Kontos Foods
Trust Mortgage Company – The Panagako Family

And to our Sustaining Sponsor Donors:
John and Sonia Lingos Family Foundation
Cathy and George Sakellaris
Demoulas Foundation
Yianni and Jamie Monovoukas
View our Mistletoe Ball Program for a full list of donors.

Click here to purchase Online Tickets.

For Mistletoe Ball information call 617-964-7227 or email mistletoeball@hellenicwomensclub.org.

To Buy Raffle Tickets
Phone (508) 735-0135

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