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  • Ararat Annual Car Raffle Drawing[Read More]
  • 9th Annual Friendship Games[Read More]
  • Arto Kazarian received Silver Beaver Award[Read More]
  • 2014 Chapter Executive Board[Read More]
  • Soccer Success At Villa Parke League [Read More]
  • “Ararat” Chapter and Glendale Adventist Medical Center ‘Partners in Health’[Read More]
  • Arenoush (Girl Scouts) troop #5 attended a survival camp [Read More]
  • Glendale "Ararat" Chapter 1st Annual Golf Tournament [Read More]
  • Homenetmen Glendale "Ararat"Chapter Hosts an Unforgettable “Ararat 33” Gala Banquet [Read More]
  • On Oct 27th, in front of 25 members and friends, annual car raffle drawing was held. Ticket #1194 won. The lucky winner will be the proud owner of a mini minor.
  • Ararat 33rd Anniversary celebration & Art Exhibition [Read More]
  • Homenetmen Glendale "Ararat" Chapter Hosts Its 2nd Family Forum Focusing on the Armenian Youth Identity with Speakers Der...[Read More]
  • On Tuesday August 2, Homenetmen Ararat Chapter's Executive Board, the Executive Director and select organization leaders,[Read More]
  • The Sevan chapter held the San Diego 2011 games this year from Saturday, February 19 to Monday, February 21st [Read More]
  • On Thursday February 24th, Mr. Arthur Atanyan Mayor of Ghapan, Armenia, visited Ararat Center [Read More]
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The Armenian General Athletic Union and Scouts, referred to as Homenetmen, is a non-profit organization founded in 1918. As a strong believer in the strong mind in a strong body concept, Homenetmen provides the Armenian American youth with moral, physical and social education. In addition, it exposes the youth to the wealth of the Armenian culture and heritage, prepared outstanding and law abiding Armenian American Citizens. Homenetmen is a worldwide organization with over ninety chapters and over 25,000 members on five continents.