GLENDALE—The Board of Trustees of the Armenian Society of Los Angeles (ASLA), on behalf of its 1,500 members, will celebrate the Society’s 60th anniversary with the following four events:
- On August 27, a Gala Dinner is planned to celebrate the 60th anniversary of ASLA and the 50th wedding anniversary of grand benefactors Ludovica and Agop Aintablian. On this occasion:
- The headquarters of ASLA will be named after Ludovica and Agop Aintablian;
- The Library and Conference Room, after Audrey and Vaughn Gregor;
- The VIP and Reading Room, after Galust Babakhanian & Family;
- The Main Lobby, after Sinan and Angela Sinanian.
- On September 24, ASLA will celebrate the momentous occasion of the 25th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Armenia.
- On October 2, a Grand Concert is planned featuring internationally-known violinist Sergey Khachaturian accompanied by the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra. The concert, dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Armenia’s independence and the 60th anniversary of ASLA, will be held at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena.
- On November 19, ASLA will honor its past and present presidents during its Annual Dinner Dance.
ASLA, a non-profit organization, was established in 1956. It aims to preserve and develop American and Armenian cultural traditions and promote good citizenship and respect for government.
As an independent institution, ASLA does not engage in any political or religious activities.