National Hellenic Museum Hosts Annual Golf Outing at Butterfield Country Club

Jamie Pappas putts on the 6th hole of the Blue Course while others, including NHM Trustee Paul Athens, look on

The National Hellenic Museum hosted its annual NHM Golf Outing at the scenic Butterfield Country Club of Ilinois recently.

Guests of the museum gathered in support of their efforts for a day filled with food, fun, and golf on the beautiful course.

The event benefitted the museum’s ongoing efforts to preserve and celebrate Greek American heritage.

The weather conditions were ideal and all the guests enjoyed a day of fun and good-natured rivalry on the beautiful golf course.

NHM Chairman John P. Calamos, Sr., NHM Trustee John Koudounis, Jim Regas, and NHM Trustee Dr. George Korkos

The National Hellenic Museum is one of the oldest American institutions dedicated to the celebration and promotion of the cultural contributions Greeks and Greek-Americans have made to the US throughout the decades.

Located in Chicago’s Greektown, at the corner of Halsted and Van Buren Streets, the Museum continues to preserve Greek heritage in the US by serving as the largest single repository of Greek-American artifacts and sponsoring a wide range of educational programs on Greek culture and history.