Members gather again to remember lost loved ones

On Sunday the 29th of November the Cretan Brotherhood opened it’s doors once again for the annual Memorial Lunch to honour past members.

Father Athanasios of the Brunswick Parish Agios Vasilios was in attendee to pray for past members in front of a smaller crowd than past years in line with Government people density limits.

The event marked the first time the club had opened its doors to patrons for over five months and was conducted in line with guidelines set by the Victorian Government.

As well as the installation of health signage and hand sanitizer dispensers patros were socially distanced and smaller tables were used to host the event than in the past.

Father Athanasios of the Brunswick Parish Agios Vasilios was in attendee to pray for past members in front of a smaller crowd than past years in line with Government people density limits.

Members in attendance safely enjoyed the memorial lunch in what was a warm and welcoming day for all.

By Emmanuel Heretakis