Representatives of the Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee – Western USA (AGCC – WUSA) met on Monday, Sept. 29, with Glendale Mayor Zareh Sinanyan and City Manager Scott Ochoa to initiate the process of locating the Armenian American Museum of California in Glendale.
A very special event dedicated to the Armenian Genocide Centennial, “Our Lands, Our Lands,” spearheaded by Hollywood ANC and organized by Ararat Foundation will take place on Saturday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m., at St. Garabed Armenian Apostolic Church – Karapetian Hall at 1614 N. Alexandria Avenue in Hollywood, California.
The Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region (ANCA-WR) and Woodbury University have partnered to host a community meet and greet and town hall meeting with Los Angeles County Sheriff candidate, Jim McDonnell, scheduled to take place on Thursday, Oct. 9, at Woodbury University in Burbank, California.
The Armenian Educational Foundation (AEF) held its Donor Appreciation Dinner on September 7 at the home of Armen and Silva Golnazarians. This year, the funds raised will be used to construct a new school in Arevadasht Village in the Armavir Region of Armenia. Arevadasht is near the Turkish border and is located a few kilometers from Sardarabad.
“Minorities, and others, don’t need protection in the Middle East. Instead, we need a Middle East where human life is respected, without the complex calculations of alliances and interests taking precedence. Otherwise, after the protection ends, what comes next?” asked Dr. Paul Haidostian, president of Beirut’s Haigazian University, in a talk sponsored by the USC Institute of Armenian Studies, on Monday.