PAN-ICARIAN BROTHERHOOD
Icarian community since 1903!
OUR HISTORY
According to Icarian-American lore, eleven Icarian men from the Pittsburgh area met in 1903 for the purpose of forming an organization to preserve their Icarian identity and offer assistance to their fellow islanders.
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MEMBERSHIP

The membership of the Pan-Icarian Brotherhood is open to anyone over 18 years of age (or their spouse) whose ancestry can be traced to the eastern Aegean Greek islands of Icaria or Fournoi.

MAGAZINES

Published four times a year, Ikaria Magazine is a comprehensive publication read by informed and involved members and Greek community leaders. It covers chapter news, cultural events, foundation business, and highlights Icarians from around the world on adventures and internships, serving their nation or community, practicing a sport or hobby, visiting unique or historic places, dancing, playing music or simply living life. Over 1,600 copies are mailed to households, and many others read the online edition.

FOUNDATION

In 1965 a tax exempt “Pan-Icarian Foundation” was established to administer the philanthropic endeavors of the Pan-Icarian Brotherhood.

Since its inception the Foundation has distributed hundreds of thousands of dollars for medical aid, scholarships, disaster relief, and other charitable causes in North America and Greece.

CHAPTERS

President: Aspasia Tourvas Elias
President: Katie Plakas
President: James Gemelas
President: Theologos Facaros
President: Francesco Portelos
President: Stacey Kotsanis
President: Michelle Kotsagrelos
President: Stephen M. Papalas
President: Athanasia Córdova
President: Theodora Skeadas
President: Alexandra Katsas
President: Demetra Tsantes
President: Harry W. Portellos
President: Scott W. Carroll
President: Marina Casey
President: Argyro Tripodis
President: Theodore G Skaros
President: Sam Tripodis
President: Yianni Fragos
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