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A Great Phil Hellene Nancy Horton, died this morning in Athens
I am sad to announce the passing of a dear friend of mine, Nancy Horton, who died this morning in Athens. Nancy was a poet of distinction and the daughter of George Horton who was U.S.
Marlborough boutique cheeses up there with the best
Owners of a family-run cheese company in Marlborough are feeling far from cranky this week. Hellene, Simon and Hannah Lamb, of Cranky Goat Ltd, went to Auckland last week for the 2016 New Zealand Champions of Cheese Awards, and came back with ...
In Honor of a True Hellene – The Passing of Chris P. Tomaras
Born in Piraeus, Greece, Chris Tomaras personified Hellenism, while embracing the ideals of his adopted home of America.
Progressive 'Thought-Blockers': Racism
“The name 'Hellene' [Greek] suggests no longer a race but an intelligence [mentality, way of thinking] and the title 'Hellenes' is applied rather to those who share our culture than to those who share a common blood.
30 years ago, wrestling team survives accident
Ellie Hentges and Hellene Schmitt planned the carnival at St. John's School for its annual Guatemala Day. All monies made are sent to the Mission of Guatemala to help families less fortunate than ourselves.

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