A Who's Who of the Greek community

Night of Nights for John Spanellis’ Annual Dance

Saturday, October 3, 2009

One of Plomari’s favourite sons, John Spanellis, held his Annual Dance for his Radio Program, “Kefi & Bala”, at the Mytilenian House- bring the house down with a great night of abundant food and star-studded entertainment program.


Above: John Spanellis thanks his guests and all those who contibuted to the Night's success.

Above: Three Mytilenians: Sydney journalist, Giorgos Tserdanis, the Night's chef, Ioannis Psomas and John Spanellis.

The Mytilenian House resembled the who’s who of Sydney’s Greek community, whether it was local politicians, fellow peers in the Greek media, successful entrepreneurs and community leaders.


Above: John Spanellis- with his family.

Above Right: The Kapouranis table.

Guests and friends were treated with an appetizing smorgasbord of food and entertainment that captured the enthusiastic atmosphere of a variety show.

“I am so happy to see my friends and guests having a good time and I sincerely thank them for all their support- not just for tonight, but throughout the years. I hope they enjoyed themselves,” stated John Spanellis.


Above: The dance group, Fotia, burn up the dancefloor.

Above Right: Sydney's renowned entertainer, Nikos Drimousis, in full flight.

Spanellis also thanked sponsors and contributors towards the success of the Night: Jetset Travel at Marrickville Metro, Kebia Importex, Mick’s Meats (Dulwich Hill), Thessaloniki Cake Shop (Dulwich Hill), Laiki Bank, Global Pest Control and C-Side Restaurant (Kyeemagh).

He also thanked all the entertainers: Nikos Drimousis, Lefterakis, Litsa and Effie and Fotia Dance Group.

The successful could never have occurred without all the helpers: Ioannis and Panagiotis Psomas, Eleni and Georgina Kokokiri, Peter Chronopoulos, Dimitra and Stergios Roumeliotis, and Michael Lipsanos.

Editor’s Note: Seeing the who’s who of the Greek community for a dance merely highlights the great popularity of Spanellis. He is always there to support any cause and it is quite fitting to see everyone reciprocating the gesture and supporting him. Well done, Gianni! Kai to hronou!