AYF Camp Opens Summer Camp 2013 Registration

AYF campers during the 2012 season

GLENDALE – Celebrating its 35th year, the Armenian Youth Federation Camp of CA has announced its 2013 Summer Camp dates and has officially opened registration. This summer parents can give their children the experience of a lifetime, keeping them active and engaged, by sending them back to AYF Camp.

The seven session dates are as follows: Week 1 – June 16 to June 23; Week 2 – June 23 to June 30; Week 3 – July 7 to July 14; Week 4 – July 14 to July 21; Week 5 – July 21 to July 28; Week 6 – July 28 to August 4; Week 7 – August 4 to August 10 ($50 off).

“AYF Camp is the main reason I get so excited for summer to arrive every year,” said longtime AYF Camper Sevana Nourian. “One week away with my friends, always having the time of my life. I love all the activities, but most importantly I love learning about my Armenian heritage and the history of our people and land.”

AYF Camp encourages children to build a lifelong appreciation for their Armenian culture, while having a great time meeting youth and making new friends. The program is filled with a variety of activities including sports, arts & crafts, swimming, hiking, canoeing and more!

“After all these years of being a camper and counselor, I get just as excited for camp season to arrive,” said Camp Counselor Lynnette Hartenian. “I can’t wait to spend another great week with all the awesome campers!”

With a $425 registration fee, the one week program is available to youth between the ages of eight and seventeen. This year AYF Camp has a new amazing Early Bird Registration Special. A discounted price of $395 is now available to those who apply before April 30, 2013. For registration and more information, you may visit AYFCamp.org.

Since 1977, AYF Camp has offered a genuinely rewarding experience, by serving as a place for Armenian youth to make new friends and memories of a lifetime. AYF Camp is the largest and oldest Summer Camp program in the Western United States, focusing on Armenian culture and heritage. Visit www.AYFCamp.org for more information and sign up as a “Friend of AYF Camp” to receive news and updates on programs and events.


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