Save the date! The 7th annual ANCA Eastern Region (ER) Banquet is going to be hosted in Philadelphia on Sat., Oct. 12, at the Hilton Doubletree Philadelphia hotel. This year’s banquet is sure to be an exciting event in center-city Philly, just 10 months after an exceptional 2012 banquet held in Ma...Read More →
ANCA Desk On April 28, the ANCA Eastern Region expanded its presence in the Midwest with the announcement of the newly formed ANCA of Missouri. The announcement was made at the St. Gregory Armenian Apostolic Church genocide commemoration event in Granite City, Ill., to a crowd of 85 people. The new ...Read More →
This week, I would like to highlight the efforts of a dear friend to the Armenian cause, Rev. Susan Minasian, the interfaith chaplain of the Franklin & Marshall College who was instrumental in fighting a proposal to open a Gulen charter school in Lancaster, Pa.Minasian Gulen schools were firs...Read More →
I had the privilege of being the keynote speaker at the ANC of Merrimack Valley’s Armenian Genocide commemoration event on Sat., April 20. Even though I’ve lived in Massachusetts since September, this was my first visit to Lowell. A quick 30-minute drive from Watertown, I soon found myself downt...Read More →
On April 10, the Maine state legislature unanimously passed a resolution that recognized the Nagorno Karabagh Republic (NKR) and called on both the U.S. president and Congress to support the NKR. The resolution was spearheaded by Rep. Scott Hamann, a respected member of the state legislature represe...Read More →
As Armenians, we know the significance of the Armenian Genocide and how it still affects us 98 years later. Most of us are taught from day one that we must never forget what happened, never forget the lives lost, never forget to fight for justice. In some ways, it can seem we are too one-track minde...Read More →
As the 98th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide approaches, you’re probably already aware of what events are scheduled for your local community to commemorate the 1.5 million Armenians lost. Each diasporan community does something different, but the intent is always the same: Remember our past, i...Read More →
April 24 is rapidly approaching, and it’s not too late to begin thinking about how to get your local ANC involved with planning an event. A common route Armenian organizations, especially the ANCA, use is to hold a vigil in front of a government building, church, or other significant landmark. Vig...Read More →
This regular column will take a closer look at the Hai Tahd activities taking place in local communities within the Eastern Region by our volunteers. We had the opportunity last week to speak with Hovig Kouyoumdjian and Lara Nercessian of the ANC of Michigan, and asked them to shed some insights on ...Read More →
Are you an Armenian-American college student looking for the ultimate summer opportunity? Do you want to learn more about the Armenian Cause, live in the nation’s capital, and make meaningful connections that last a lifetime? If so, listen up. The ANCA Eastern Region is now accepting applications ...Read More →
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