The Greeks in Washington kept their traditions and culture through
a variety of sources including social activities, the Orthodox Church,
fraternal organizations, sports and music.
AT HOME ON LAND OR SEA
Bill and Jeanne Kaimakis have shared many wonderful and challenging moments both in houses on land and on a 50-foot ocean-going vessel.
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FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY
The butterfly collection in Ethel Barbas' home personifies her joyful and optimistic visits with family and friends as she travels the roads in western Washington. Testimony to her travel is her 1997 Honda del Sol with over 350,000 miles.
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS QUINCY?
Andreanna Raptis-Zafiropoulos has always wanted to write the history of Greeks in Washington State. However, when she left Everett for Quincy, she had no idea that her desire would be realized.
A WHOLE SECOND LIFE
The 1950s in Port Angeles, Washington, was a time of assimilation and conformity for Christina Caris (Kakouros) Siaterlis. But living in Greece and a Greek husband have enriched her life and given her a full appreciation of her Greek heritage.