Daughters of Penelope
The Daughters of Penelope was the realization of Alexandra Apostolides’ dream. Her desire was to create a women’s organization and through her determination she formed EOS Chapter #1 with 25 members in San Francisco in 1929. Following in the objectives of the Daughters of Penelope, Pasithea’s membership continues to promote Education, Philanthropy and Civic Responsibility. The dedication to support the education of women, of those in need, and our Cathedral of St. Paul began with the legacy passed forward from our founding Sisters…always working to strive with respect, honesty and cooperation for the good of the order…not for the good of ourselves. As Daughters we promote the spirit of cooperation and to work closely and in harmony with the Ahepa family; the Maids, Ahepa and the Sons.