Homenetmen Eastern Region launches photography competition

The Regional Executive of Homenetmen Eastern Region USA is pleased to announce a photography competition organized in celebration of the organization’s 103rd anniversary. This competition is coordinated by the Central Executive and is open to participants around the world.

The theme of the photography competition is “Homenetmen’s Daily Life.” Submissions can include photographs of moments that reflect the scouting, athletic, social and benevolent aspects of Homenetmen.

The competition is open to anyone aged 18 and older. Membership in Homenetmen is not a requirement.

Professional photographers are not eligible. 

The photos (black/white or color) should be relatively recent and in their original form, not photoshopped.

The photos can be taken using any type of camera (professional, amateur, mobile phones, etc.).

Each photo submission should have a corresponding title.

The photos should be emailed to the competition organizing committee by February 13, 2022 (submit.eusa@homenetmen.org).

The top three winners will receive the following prizes:

First prize: Canon camera (valued at $1,000 USD)
Second prize: Portable tripod and bag (valued at $300 USD)
Third prize: Homenetmen’s 100th anniversary watch with a special certificate

The three winners will also receive a one-year subscription to Homenetmen’s Marzig magazine.

Homenetmen Eastern U.S.

Homenetmen Eastern U.S.

The Armenian General Athletic Union and Scouts, known as "Homenetmen," is a non-profit organization founded over 100 years ago. Believing in the idea that strong bodies lead to strong minds, Homenetmen has provided Armenian youth across the globe with a moral, physical and psychological education outside the school environment, while also demonstrating richness of the Armenian culture and heritage. Today, Homenetmen is a worldwide organization with over 25,000 members on five continents. On the East Coast U.S., Homenetmen is a thriving organization with 12 chapters and over 900 members, governed by the Homenetmen Eastern Regional Executive.

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