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AFGLC has established and awarded the following scholarships:

1. The Dr. Demetrios G. Halkias Annual Scholarship. The initial endowment of $26,000 remains fixed, as only investment returns are utilized for the scholarship. Any shortfalls are underwritten by the AFGLC-CAC. This scholarship is legally structured for operation in perpetuity.

2. The AFGLC-PK scholarships - $220,000 donated by Peter Kourmolis for scholarships in six different communities within the United States. The initial endowment remains fixed, as only investment returns are utilized for the scholarship, which is structured for operation in perpetuity.

3. AFGLC financed (100%) the M.S. Degree (two years) of one student from Greece in public health at USF.

4. AFGLC financed (80%) the M.S. Degree (two years) of one student from Greece in business administration at USF.

5. AFGLC financed (50%) the B.A. Degree (four years) of one student from Greece at Pennsylvania State University.

6. AFGLC annually provides three monetary awards for the best papers presented by graduate and undergraduate students at the Annual Classics Forum at USF.

The AFGLC-Dr. Demetrios G. Halkias Scholarship
This has a present endowment of $40,000, which remains fixed, as only investment returns are utilized for the scholarship. Any shortfalls in the fulfillment of the annual scholarship commitment are underwritten by the AFGLC Headquarters. This scholarship is legally structured for operation in perpetuity.

The AFGLC-Peter Kourmolis Scholarships
These are based on an initial endowment of $220,000 donated by Peter Kourmolis for scholarships in six different communities within the United States. The initial endowment remains fixed, as only investment returns are utilized for the scholarship, which is structured for operation in perpetuity. Any shortfall in the scholarship commitments are underwritten by AFGLC.

The AFGLC-Dr. John U. Balis Scholarship
This has a present endowment of $30,000, which remains fixed, as only investment returns are utilized for the scholarship. Any shortfalls in the fulfillment of the annual scholarship commitment are underwritten by the AFGLC Headquarters. This scholarship is legally structured for operation in perpetuity.