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15th Annual AHI Golf Classic

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Tournament Sponsor:

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Monday, October 15th

8:30 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Sports Panel
10:30 a.m. Practice Range
11:15 a.m. Shot-gun Start
4:30 p.m. Awards Dinner

Tournament Location: 
Belle Haven Country Club
6023 Fort Hunt Road
Alexandria, VA 22307
Phone: 703-329-1448

TOURNAMENT CHAIRMAN:

PETER BOTA

SPORTS PANEL (To Date):

CHRISTINE BRENNAN, Journalist, USA Today
JIM DAOPOULOS, ESPN Rules Analyst & Former NFL Official


Hole Sponsors To Date:


Astra Foods
Capital Hilton
Chimicles & Tikellis LLP
Circle Management Company
Courembis Companies
James H. Lagos Company, Inc.
LaMer beachfront Inn
Metro29
USL Financials Inc.
Sunset Hill Farm
Tysons Corner Mclean Hilton
USL Financials Inc.
Vasili’s Kitchen

Registration Sponsor

Emirates Airlines

Golf Cart Sponsors

John Marshall Bank


What does my sponsorship include?

  • All golf packages include Breakfast, Awards Ceremony, Dinner, greens fees, and golf cart.

  • Sign up individually or with a foursome. If you do not have a foursome, we'll assign you one.

  • ALL levels of play are welcome!

  • Opportunity to bid on wonderful silent auction items...

In the event of a rain cancellation, your contribution will be treated as a donation and a program will be sent to each participant acknowledging your sponsorship.

Register for Tournament Here:

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If sponsorship includes multiple golfers, please indicate who will be golfing with you

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Directions:

From Virginia via the Capital Beltway
Take I-495 E/I-95 N/Capital Beltway toward Baltimore. Exit at 177A/B, Rt. 1 South (Richmond Hwy) to Fort Belvoir. At the end of the ramp, make a left on to Fort Hunt Road. Then left at the first light which is at the intersection of Fort Hunt Road and Huntington Avenue into the Entrance of the Club. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse.

From Maryland via Capital Beltway
Take I-495 S/I-95 S/Capital Beltway toward Alexandria, VA/Richmond, VA. Take Exit 177 A/B toward US-1 South/Ft. Belvoir. This is the first exit after you go over the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. The exit will lead you onto Route 1 South. Turn left at the second traffic light – Huntington Avenue. Stay in the left lane. Continue to the next traffic light which is at the intersection of Fort Hunt Road and Huntington Avenue. Cross over Fort Hunt Road into the Club’s Entrance. Follow the signs to the Clubhouse.

From the George Washington Parkway
Take the George Washington Parkway South. Go through Old Town Alexandria and cross over the I-95, I495 overpass. As you exit Old Town Alexandria, you will see the golf course on your right. Exit the George Washington Parkway at the first exit which is Belle Haven Road. Continue to the next intersection of Belle Haven Road and Fort Hunt Road. Make a right onto Fort Hunt Road. Continue to Huntington Avenue and make a right into the entrance of the Club.


Please contact Nick Larigakis at 202-785-8430 (nlarigakis@ahiworld.org) if you have any questions.

Noon Forum: "The Smyrna Catastrophe of 1922: Memory & History"

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DATE:

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

TIME:

12:00 - 1:00 PM

LOCATION:

Hellenic House
1220 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20036

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Professor Alexander Kitroeff

Associate Professor of History

Haverford College


Alexander Kitroeff was born in Athens and received his doctorate from Oxford University. He is currently Associate Professor at History Department at Haverford College. He researches and publishes on the history of identity in Modern Greece and its diaspora in a broad range of fields, from politics to sports. His new book The Greeks and the Making of Modern Egypt: from Muhamad Ali to Nasser is being published by the American University of Cairo Press and will appear on November 5th of this year. He is also completing a book-length study of the history of the Greek Orthodox Church in America in the twentieth century. He has collaborated as historical consultant with director Maria Iliou in four documentaries films, including two on the Asia Minor catastrophe: “Smyrna 1922 – the Destruction of a Cosmopolitan City” and “From Both Sides of the Aegean: Expulsion & Exchange of Populations Turkey-Greece 1922-1924.

Kitroeff and Iliou are currently working on a new project, a 5-part documentary form on the history of Modern Athens.

Light refreshments will be served.

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