American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association

Welcome to the AHEPA Automotive District 10 Family!


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Upcoming Event(s)

   Greek Dinner & Movie Night   
Hosted by the AHEPA Daughters of Penelope District #10

Monday February 25, 2019 - 6:15 pm
Dinner at 6:15 p.m. - Movie at 7:15 p.m.

Tompkins Community Center & Schaan Theater

14920 Windmill Pointe Drive, Grosse Pointe Park

Movie "Worlds Apart" - see preview here

A film by Christopher Papakaliatis

Limited seating - $30 per person

To reserve your seat email Barbara Tecos or call her at (313) 882.1081


   Greek Mardis Gras (Apokries - Απόκριες)   
Hosted by the Flint AHEPA Daughters of Penelope Iris Chapter #242

Saturday March 2, 2019 - 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Assumption greek Orthodox Church
2245 E. Baldwin Road

To reserve call (810) 241.6725

$20 per person - Children (5-12) $10.00
Dinner - Music by D.J. Manolakis - Cash bar & Dancing

     AHEPA Family Greek Night    
Hosted by the AHEPA Chapter #374 & Daughters of Penelope Chapter #252

Friday, May 17, 2019  -  6:00 - 11:00 pm

St. George's Grecian Center
16300 Dix-Toledo Hwy, Southgate, Michigan

To reserve call (734) 675.3706

$20 per person
Dinner - Live music - cash bar


     88th AHEPA Family District Convention   

Saturday, May 18, 2019  -  9:00 am - 4:00 pm

St. George's Grecian Center
16300 Dix-Toledo Hwy, Southgate, Michigan


     AHEPA 88th Convention Banquet    

Saturday, May 18, 2019  -  6:00 - 11:00 pm

St. George's Grecian Center
16300 Dix-Toledo Hwy, Southgate, Michigan




Sunday, April 14, 2019  -  2:00 pm 

Assemble at Monroe & Farmer streets
Proudly Join AHEPA District#10


Funds are being raised for another truckload of Milk for 2019
Thank you to our generous Donors!

A big thank you to the volunteer team (Brothers & Sisters) 
that helped distribute the milk to the FLINT, Michigan people
on June 5th, 2018.

Important News

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in NY
design by  Santiago Calatrava (Video)

Congratulations to the entire District#10
voted District of the year for 2017!

  • Congratulations to Brother Craig Theros (#195) on being elected Region 5 Governor
  • Congratulations to Dorothea Williams on being elected DOP District Governor for 2018-2019
  • Congratulations to the District award recipients for the 2017-2018 period
    • AHEPAN of the Year: John Manolis, V.I. Chebithes Chapter 391
    • AHEPA Chapter of the Year: Aegean Chapter 506
    • Most improved Chapter of the Year: Flint Chapter 141
    • Exemplary Service: Christos Philippou, Ann Arbor Chapter 195
    • Exemplary Financial Support: Omega Chapter 371

    • 40 Years of Outstanding Service: AHEPA District 10 Educational Foundation (Presented to George Mortis and Milton Gust)
                  Over $610,000 in scholarships awarded to 633 students (1976-2018)

2018-19 District 10 Lodge 

From left: Costas Boutsikakis (#195 President), Dimitris Papageorgiou (DG), Craig Theros (SG R5), Dimitris Tzavaras (D. Treasurer), Dr. Evans Farres (LG, PDG), Dr. Rev. Gregory Zotos (D. Secretary), Vasilios Vouharas (D. Marshal)
Since its inception in 1922, the Order of AHEPA (American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association ) has been a shining beacon for Hellenism. Along with its partner organizations, the Daughters of Penelope, Sons of Pericles (the junior order of AHEPA) and Maids of Athena (the junior order of the Daughters of Penelope), it has been a vehicle for promoting our culture, preserving our heritage and reaching back into our communities for the betterment of our fellow man.  
AHEPA District 10, also known as the Automotive District, spans the entire State of Michigan. Founded in the mid 1920s, Alpha # 40 was the pioneering Chapter. Since that time, District 10 has grown to 9 AHEPA Chapters, 11 DOP Chapters with a cumulative membership totaling over 1000 members. 
The Chapters within District 10 are active and passionate about our organization. In addition to supporting and promoting Hellenism, our District 10 Chapters regularly engage in philanthropic activities including 2 remarkably successful housing projects. 

Furthermore, there is a magnificent camaraderie in District 10 between the AHEPANs and the Daughters of Penelope. Perhaps the best example of synergy between the two organizations can be found in the District 10 Educational Foundation. Established in 1975 with a collaborative team of AHEPANs and Daughters, the Educational Foundation has provided deserving youth with the opportunity to pursue higher learning through scholarships. To date, over $600,000 have been awarded to 600 students.

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