February 28, 2007
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Camp Nubar Welcomes Registration for Summer 2007 Sessions

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    The newly renovated Arts & Crafts Center at AGBU Camp Nubar
    The newly renovated Arts & Crafts Center at AGBU Camp Nubar in Andes, NY.
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    Three campers perform an Armenian dance at Camp Nubar’s Tale
    Three campers perform an Armenian dance at Camp Nubar’s Talent Show in the summer of 2006.
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    Scenic Lake Arax, Camp Nubar’s own spring-fed-lake, provides
    Scenic Lake Arax, Camp Nubar’s own spring-fed-lake, provides a picturesque backdrop to its sprawling 365-acre campground.
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    Happy campers enjoy the Banquet Event on the last evening of
    Happy campers enjoy the Banquet Event on the last evening of Camp Nubar’s 2006 Season.

As the summer of 2007 draws closer, AGBU's Camp Nubar is gearing up for another fun and stimulating season in the breathtaking Catskill Mountains of upstate New York. Registration is now open to Armenian youth, ages 8 to 15, and AGBU encourages new and returning campers to come take advantage of the recently renovated facilities and enjoy all the exciting activities Camp Nubar has to offer.

Situated on 365 acres of unspoiled forestland with its own spring-fed lake, Lake Arax, Camp Nubar provides a diverse summer program for young Armenians from around the world with cultural, social and recreational activities. Campers can choose from an incredible variety of activities, including archery, Armenian language and cooking classes, arts and crafts, basketball, boating, computer classes, horseback riding, photography, sailing, softball, swimming, tennis, volleyball and water skiing.

With newly renovated and expanded facilities for both campers and staff, Camp Nubar has kept pace with the growing demand for modern and spacious accommodations. Just last year, construction was completed on numerous camper cabins, the staff lounge and a new Almuni House. Accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA), Camp Nubar is unique among Armenian camps in its ability to ensure a high-quality program that meets or exceeds the most rigorous safety supervision and competency standards in the industry.

Registration for Camp Nubar's summer 2007 season is now open and this year's sessions run from July 7 - August 18. Campers can choose between a trial-, two-, four- or six-week session. Applications are available online and parents are encouraged to register their children early in order to ensure placement in what promises to be an exciting 43rd summer season at Camp Nubar.

First Session: July 7-21, Trial Session: July 21-29, Second Session: July 21-August 4, Third Session: August 4-18, Four-week Session: July 21-August 18, Six-week Session: July 7-August 18.

Accredited by ACA (www.aca-ny.org), AGBU Camp Nubar was founded in 1963 and continues to be a summer haven for Armenian youth from all around the world. For more information on Camp Nubar, please call (212) 319-6383, visit www.campnubar.org or email campnubar@campnubar.org.

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