Community Responds to Attack on US

GLENDALE–The Armenian community of Southern California responded promptly to the attack on the United States Tuesday–by urging to community to follow law-enforcement directives in the event terrorism rears its head in California and on the West Coast.

On Tuesday night–a Mass and requiem service were scheduled at St. Mary’s Armenian Apostolic Church in Glendale–presided over by Western Prelate Bishop Moushegh Mardirossian. The Armenian Revolutionary Federation Western US Central Committee expressed its condolences to the families of the victims of Tuesday’s attack and resolutely condemned the act against the US government and the American people.

The Armenian Relief Societyis assisting the American Red Cross in its efforts to collect blood from individuals who are interested in donating their blood to help New York City’s efforts to provide medical assistance after the horrific occurance that took place

Tuesday morning.

The Armenian Relief Society and the American Red Cross will be at the following locations collecting donations of blood:

Glendale Adventist Hospital Auditorium–1509 Wilson Terrace;

Glendale Red Cross–1501 South Brand;

Los Angeles Red Cross–1130 South Vermont Ave.;

Santa Monica Red Cross–1450 11th Street;

Valencia Red Cross–Kmart Shopping Center–23152L/2 Valencia Blvd.;

Pasadena Red Cross–91 North Lake Avenue;

Laguna Hills Red Cross–247-31 Alicia Parkway;

Santa Ana Red Cross–600 Pancantor.

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