FRANKLIN, Mass.—The staff and counselors of AYF Camp Haiastan welcomed representatives of the Armenia Tree Project (ATP) on June 20 to plant new trees on the camp grounds and learn more about ATP’s mission. “As […]
A trip to Armenia is so important for any Armenian, especially the youth. Though we thought it was impossible to become even more committed Armenians, our experiences in Armenia proved us wrong. The first day […]
I have had hundreds of days of jampar (camp) in my life, but today was unlike any any other. New country, new people, new jampar. Going into this experience, I lacked expectations, except for those […]
I spent June 23 in the Conference Room of the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) office in Washington, D.C. with my fellow Armenian Youth Federation (AYF-YOARF) Central Executive ungers. Per usual, we had a […]
SCHWENKSVILLE, Pa. (A.W.)—Year after year, hundreds of Armenian Youth Federation (AYF-YOARF) members gather on Memorial Day Weekend for AYF Junior Seminar. This Memorial Day Weekend, over 400 juniors and seniors came together at a new […]
LOS ANGELES—The Armenian Youth Federation (AYF) Western United States and Canada regions recently announced that submissions are now being welcomed for the special joint issue of the Haytoug and Ardziv magazines dedicated to the 100th […]
The following comic strip was prepared by illustrator Alik Arzoumanian for the Armenia Tree Project (ATP) and the Armenian Weekly. Aram and Maral are cousins. Aram is from Watertown, Mass. Maral lives in Karin village, Armenia.
By Kaliana Maronian, AYF-YORF South Florida “Arev” chapter Year after year, hundreds of members gather on Memorial Day Weekend for Junior Seminar. This prominent event for our Armenian Youth Federation (AYF-YOARF) Juniors, hosts educational lectures on […]