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submitted by Kytherian Association Of Australia on 21.04.2005

Farewell Dinner. 2003

For the Metropoliti of Kythera, K Kyrillos.

Present also was His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos, donors to the proposed Kytherian Cultural Centre, Kythera, and members of the Committee of the Kytherian Association of Australia.

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submitted by William Notaras on 26.04.2005

Angelo Notaras awarded

Angelo Notaras with his wife Mary. Angelo was awarded the "Cross of St. Andrew", the Greek Orthodox Church's highest award - given for exceptional charitable work.

Angelo's wife Mary is the daughter of Vasily (Bill) Kalokerinos (Summers) of Alexandrathes (1905 - 1978) and Theodora (Glitsos) of Dokona (1910 - 1975). Angelo has three children, Anthea, Anthony and William. John has one child Melanie, (Thea (deceased).

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 20.04.2005

A Windfarm of the type envisaged by John Malos for Kythera.

This windfarm is owned by PacHydro in Australia.

See entry for Dr John Malos, at People, subsection, High Achievers.

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 15.04.2005

Kytherian Association of Australia Committee. 2004-2005.

Left to Right:

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submitted by George Poulos on 13.04.2005

Nyngan Museum.

Houses a number of California Cafe artefacts, including milk shake containers, original signage, and original doors.

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submitted by George Poulos on 13.04.2005

Vanges Memorial. Park, Nyngan, NSW.

Vanges Memorial. Park, Nyngan, NSW.

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submitted by George Poulos on 13.04.2005

Nyngan Treescape.

A tribute to Kytherian Jack Vanges and family.

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 13.04.2005

Michael Mazarick, as a young man.

Milton's father, Michael Mazarick, left Hora, Kytheria to make a life in America. Milton grew up in Vandergrift, Pa and later made his way to Fayetteville, North Carolina. There he owned an appliance and music store. He was well-known in his community for supporting and promoting tennis and for his love of the game. He served on the Parks and Recreation Commission from 1968 and became the chairman of the commission until his death in 1983. He was best known for his community service and zest for life. A monument at the park calls him, "God's ambassador in tennis shoes."

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 13.04.2005

Milton Mazarick

Milton Mazarick.
Tennis enthusiast.

Milton's father, Michael Mazarick, left Hora, Kytheria to make a life in America. Milton grew up in Vandergrift, Pa and later made his way to Fayetteville, North Carolina. There he owned an appliance and music store. He was well-known in his community for supporting and promoting tennis and for his love of the game. He served on the Parks and Recreation Commission from 1968 and became the chairman of the commission until his death in 1983. He was best known for his community service and zest for life. A monument at the park calls him, "God's ambassador in tennis shoes."

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submitted by Vasili Vlandys on 12.04.2005

Vlandis Paul

 

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submitted by Vasili Vlandys on 12.04.2005

Vlandis Maria

 

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submitted by George Poulos on 08.04.2005

California Cafe, Nyngan.

Jack Vanges is on the right.

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submitted by William Notaras on 07.04.2005

John (left) & Angelo Notaras

John holding drilling attachment for chainsaws & Angelo holding the computer ignition system that won the ABC Invention of the Year.

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 06.04.2005

Oddysey Magazine

Front cover.
Vol 2 No 5 May/Jun 1995.

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 06.04.2005

Odyssey Magazine.

Front Cover.
Vol l7 no 6
July/August 2000.

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submitted by William Notaras on 01.04.2005

ABC Inventor of the Year

Angelo holding the ABC Invention of the Year award in 1976 with Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser (looking away) & the judging panel.

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submitted by William Notaras on 01.04.2005

Inventors Angelo & John Notaras

John (left) & Angelo with some of their patented inventions together with a few of their Australian and International awards.

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submitted by William Notaras on 31.03.2005

ABC Inventor of the Year

Angelo holding the ABC Inventor of the Year Award in 1976 with Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser and the judging panel.

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submitted by George Poulos on 28.03.2005

Nyngan Outback Map

Nyngan Outback Map

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submitted by Melanie Scinto on 23.08.2010

George Arthur Protos

George is the eldest son of Athanasis Protopsaltis (Arthur Protos)who was born in Mitata and Constantina Mazarakis who was born in Hora.