Monthly Archives: July 2014

AYF Nike Dri Fit Socks On Sale by Washington, DC “Ani” Chapter!

Sireli Ungerner, The following message is from U. Hagop Simonian, president of the Washington, DC "Ani" AYF, to all AYF senior executives. Please read, share with your membership, and consider supporting the DC chapter. Thank you! AYF-YOARF Central Executive -- Hello all, the Washington DC Chapter is now releasing the custom Nike AYF Dri-fit socks our kids had at Junior Seminar. We will be taking bulk orders from each chapter so we ask that you collect

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You Know You’re an Unger When… – U. Shaunt Oozoonian

You Know You're an Unger When... By U. Shaunt Oozoonian, Orange County Ashod Yergat chapter, California You know that you deserve the title 'Unger' when you make a camper smile. You know you deserve the title when at the end of the session a camper comes up to you and says, “I had the time of my life, thank you.” You know you deserve the title when campers contact you during the off-season making sure you will be working at Camp again. You know

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AYF Eastern Region Picnic 2014

Photos 1 - 25 out of 25 | Back to Albums Photos 1 - 25 out of 25 | Back to Albums Description:Shots of our ungers running the AYF ER picnic at Camp on July 27 and the Bob Avakian Way dedication ceremony! More to come.Location:AYF Camp Haiastan

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A Camper’s Favorite Place – U. Talia Oknayan

Why AYF Camp Haiastan is My Home By Talia Oknayan Every year around the month of July I look forward to going back to the place I call home, back to AYF Camp Haiastan. I count down the days and prepare myself for the best two weeks of my summer. Some people don't understand the reason for somebody to call camp our home, but to me it's very simple. The counselors are there for me just like my parents or an older sibling would be. And then you have

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A Day at Camp Javakhk – U. Karin Yeni-Komshian

We started off the third day of Camp Javakhk by taking the campers to the field where we taught them a new Armenian dance. They learned the shoorchbar dance very quickly so after heating up outside, we went back in for a painting activity. Some of the campers painted crosses and khachkars, some painted Mount Ararat, and all had an Armenian flag somewhere in the picture. Once the kids had finished their masterpieces, we moved on to the day's lecture.

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