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06/26/2018

It was May 22, 1918 in the midst of the First World War that twelve dedicated Armenians in Fresno, California took their oaths to form Yeprad Tahlij #9.  These men became the charter members of a national brotherhood that had been formed just two years prior in Philadelphia, for the noble purpose of alleviating the suffering of the oppressed Armenians who had been torn away from their native homeland in the midst of a great Genocide.

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Knights of Vartan Credo

We believe in God, Almighty and Eternal.

We believe that Christianity from its beginning  has been, presently is, and will continue to be the holy right and heritage of the Armenian people.

We believe that the Holy Bible is the Guide and Rule of Life.

We believe that Communion with the Christian Church is the source of Grace.

We believe that the preservation of our racial, religious, and cultural heritage is our sacred obligation.

We believe in the propagation of the concept that the name, character, language, institutions, and historical memories of the Armenian people can best be safeguarded in a free state.

We believe that noble character, good moral conduct, and brotherly love are essential knightly virtues.

We believe that love of God, love of mankind and loyalty to the country of our abode are knightly obligations.