Installation of the Parish Council

On Sunday, March 20th, with the blessing of our diocesan hierarch, Metropolitan Tikhon, the 2016 Parish Council members were installed into office. During the first meeting of the 2016 Council, Deborah Wilson was elected Senior Warden and Barbara Kaloroumakis was elected Treasurer. May the Lord bless them all!

Parish Council

Officers
Deborah Wilson, Senior Warden (term ends 2018)
George Kaloroumakis, Junior Warden (term ends 2017)
Barbara Kaloroumakis, Treasurer (term ends 2018)
Kelly Hageman, Secretary (term ends 2017)

Members
Nicholas Borodulia
Joanne Bushman
Nissa Nancy Hall
Ellen Kaloroumakis
Michael McFarland
Daniel Moss

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Installation of the Parish Council - 03/20/16

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10315 Carey Road
Berlin, MD 21811
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