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04/27/2022

AS Steven Adams remarks

1915 to 2022, 107 years later and we find ourselves once again standing in front of the world remembering the Genocide of the Armenian people at the hands of the Ottoman Turks.  Is it even imaginable that after 100 years we still need to be here, standing on this platform?  Some would even argue as to why we are even still here.  Why do we come together over an event that was over 100 years ago?

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Thanksgiving Meal Shared in Berd Town

Thanksgiving is a very special holiday in USA. Giving thanks is a simple human action. NAS Nigoghos Atinizian decided to convey this beautiful tradition of sharing Thanksgiving meal to an Armenian community. The location was chosen- Berd borderline town, target group – low income families. 25 local farm grown turkeys were donated.

To arrange the dinner the KV partner FAR came along and the hot meal was arranged through their kitchen and shared with over 100 elders and children from low income families, who also took food back to home to eat later or share with families. For many of these families and elders this opportunity is the only one to eat a cooked meal during a day.

Fr. Aram Mirzoyan, the priest and KV dedicated partner from Berd town, arranged and coordinated the event locally. He also shared the meaning and tradition of Thanksgiving with the elders. This event promises to have continuation…