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On Sunday, April 25, 2010 and before a crowd of more than 400 attendees, the Armenian Genocide Committee of greater Detroit announced the winners of the third annual essay competition at the 95th Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide hosted by St. John Armenian Church. This is the third year for the statewide competition.

Among the 2010 winners were two AGBU Alex & Marie Manoogian School students:

  • second place winner (High School category) Ari Sagherian, 9th Grade
  • first place winner (Middle School category), Karoun Tcholakian, 8th grade.

Winning essays can be read on the website at www.essaycompetition2010.com.

For information and photos, visit The Armenian Reporter

Learning has never been so easy!

The AGBU Armenian Virtual College is pleased to announce the opening of its enrollment period for Summer Term 2010. Courses in Eastern Armenian, Western Armenian, History of Armenia and Introduction to Armenian Architecture are offered in multiple languages, including Eastern Armenian, Western Armenian, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

Enrollment ends  June 6, 2010. Classes start on Monday, June 21, and end on August 24.

For enrollment, please visit the AVC portal (www.avc-agbu.org), create your log-in and submit your enrollment application. For more details, please contact: enrollment [at] avc-agbu [dot] org

Click here to download the PDF (89KB) of the latest AGBU Armenia News Bulletin.

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