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Because such develop- mittee has been organized in three Subcommittees as follows:ments are novel and because they have the capacity to affect 1. Giannakopoulos, Chairmanmeets at least four times a year. diocese in community public interest organizations, develops pertinent community relations, monitors community events In particular the Press Ofﬁce is responsible for: and activities and interfaces with various event organizers.• Responding and answering journalist’s inquiries• Writing, editing and distributing press releases, media 107ORTHODOX OBSERVER8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075-0106 • Tel.: (212) 570-3555 • Fax: (212) 774-0239 Web: Email: [email protected] Golding, (Chryssoulis), Editor Email: [email protected] Pissalidis, Greek Section Editor/Production Email: Eleftherios [email protected] Montoya, Graphic Artist Email: [email protected] Podaras, Administrative Assistant Email: [email protected] Orthodox Observer is the national publication of the Metropolis News and Features Archdiocese and serves to communicate in the followingcapacities: The contributions to the Orthodox Observer from each Metropolis have continued to increase, especially with A recap of the functions of the publication: regard to youth-related activities at summer camps and GOYA Olympics.• News: Coverage of significant events at the Ecu-menical Patriarchate, Archdiocese, Metropolis and Parish Long-range projectlevels to inform Church members. William• Publication of Record: Texts of official messages of Samonides, contributor of the Church History feature inthe Ecumenical Patriarchate and Archdiocese relating to the Observer, has begun to gather information relating toencyclicals and other official documents for widespread the Observer’s coverage of the centennial year.Matthews Catherine Boufﬁdes-Walsh Vice President Treasurer Secretary New York, NY Alpharetta, GA Glastonbury, Ct His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos of Chicago His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston His Eminence Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta His Eminence Metropolitan Nicholas of Detroit His Eminence Metropolitan Savas of Pittsburgh His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos of New Jersey George Behrakis Anthony Stefanis Tewksbury, MA Atlanta, GA Theofanis Economidis George Vourvoulias Los Altos, CA Green Lake, WI James C. Nick Anctil Chancellor, Metropolis of Boston Stephen Cherpelis New Rochelle, NY Brookline, MA Direct Archdiocesan District Council Vice President His Grace Bishop Andonios Drake Behrakis Douglaston, NYof Phasiane Sudbury, MA Rev. Louis Christopulos Leon Andris John Bouzas Greenwood Village, COPotomac, MD San Marino, CA Gerald Clonaris Arthur C. Thirdly, the Archdiocesannology, ﬁnance, and clergy which established a set of criteria level will cohesively join the components of our Metropolises,that would form the basis of the three tier system.Fountas His Grace Bishop Andonios Scotch Plains, NJ Chancellor - Ex Ofﬁcio/Non Voting Dr. The ﬁrst, Parishes, and our ministries, enabling three way commu-parish based, is intended to offer a uniﬁed, cohesive approach nication and information ﬂow. This level encompasses all aspects enhance consistent ﬁnancial reporting. Dean Panagos Pittsburgh, PA Modesto, CA New London, CTGeorge Kaludis, Ph. The Committee assist the pastoral and educational ministry of the Church.membership is a “living” list and, therefore, continues to be 101ARCHIVES AND RESOURCE CENTER 8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075-0106 • Tel.: (212) 570-3517 Nikie Calles Director of Archives Email: [email protected] become a primary concern of the Church and her leadership. and advertising revenue for 2015 was nearly 3,000. Papadakos Potomoc, MD Leawood, KS Mckeesport, PA98ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCILDr. The Committeesubstantive knowledge of Orthodox theology; and (iii) willing- works also toward the preparation of resource material that willness to devote energy and time to the task. Kyriacoumeets twice a year, each Spring and Fall, Rev. A few hundred copies also are sentto subscribers in 33 other countries on every continent Mailing and printing costs are about ,000 per issue,except Antarctica (thus far).