Encouraging news from the homeland, as Armenia and the United Nations announce the opening of a ‘National Innovation Center’, aimed at improving Armenian lives through sustainable development. We look forward to following the future success of this exciting program.
DEC : CHEF YERVANT CHALKAGIAN COOKS!
ARMENIAN MIDYE (MUSSELS) DOLMA or
ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH CHICKEN
with Cheese Boereg, Salad & Dessert--and Armenian coffee!!
Come enjoy a delicious meal, the company of friends and a game of tavloo or cards.
Dinner donation $12.00 per person
Please let us know you're coming!
RSVP here: goo.gl/forms/TMzOXkT1YCNR2w7f1
December 31, 2017, 7:00pm - January 1, 2018, 1:00am
AGBU/Chicago invites you to its 2017 New Year’s Eve Celebration
Sunday, December 31, 2017
Dinner Catered by Siunik Restaurant
Live Music by Vatche and his Band
Dinner and Dance $30 per person 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Young Adults 8-17 $15 per person
Children 7 and younger Free
Dance Only 10:00 pm to 1:00 am $15 per person
For more information :
Harout Seferian 847 293-9794
Vahan Janjigian 630 930-8646 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael and Knar Aznavour fled persecution in Turkey. And then, just a few decades after the Armenian Genocide, they opened their home in Paris to other people in need. Today, Charles Aznavour, world-famous singer and a member of this courageous family, recalls those dark days. "My parents knew the danger was there every day," he says. Last month, Charles and Aida Aznavour received the Raoul Wallenberg medal, a recognition for their family’s life-saving efforts during the Holocaust. Thank you! #WeRemember