Chamlian School’s Annual Walk-A-Thon to the Prelacy in Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide

On Friday, April 20, 2018, students of Vahan and Anoush Chamlian School walked to the Prelacy to pay homage to the holy martyrs of the Armenian Genocide and renew their commitment to the pursuit of our cause. Prior to the walk-a-thon students had a candle-lighting ceremony on campus and planted a tree dedicated to the region of Shadakh in Western Armenia. The tree was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Ara and Jacqueline Tovmassian. Accompanied by Principal Dr. Talin Kargodorian, Vice-Principal Mrs. Rita Kaprielian, teachers, and parents, the students then walked to the Prelacy where they were welcomed by H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, Archpriest Fr.
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Nareg Pehlivanian, and Rev. Fr. Movses Shannakian.

Upon their arrival to the Prelacy, students placed flowers before the Armenian Genocide centennial monument. Remarks were delivered by Armenian Club members and teacher Armenig Hayrabedian, with the message that they will remain committed to the pursuit of our cause and rights and will never forget our language and heritage. Group by group the students presented a program of patriotic songs and recitations.

The Prelate delivered his message to each of the groups urging them to keep the legacy of our holy martyrs who gave their lives for our nation, church, and homeland alive, to be exemplary Armenians, to love our homeland, language, and heritage and keep fighting for our cause. He blessed the students and the teachers and parents who embed our national identity in our youth.

The program concluded with Cilicia and the benediction.

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