Camp Vanadzor Is Open

Category: Youth Corps Diary - 2013
July 15, 2013 – Day 1 of Camp Vanadzor   I went to bed last night very anxious for what today would bring. Having only heard stories from fellow AYF-ers past camp experiences, I did not know what to expect. The team gathered in the morning for breakfast and headed together to the

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We’re Ready For Camp!

Category: Youth Corps Diary - 2013
July 14, 2013   The time has finally come! After a long day of travelling to Vanadzor from Artsakh the AYF Canada Youth Corps camp counsellors are ready for an amazing two weeks of camp! In just a couple of hours, we’ll be greeting 150 young faces who will be nothing short of amazing

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Last Day In Artsakh

Category: Youth Corps Diary - 2013
July 13, 2013   Our last day in Artsakh began by heading to Gandzasar Monastery, an ancient Armenian monastery built in the tenth century. The view was breathtaking since the church is built in the high hills. We then went to lunch in the Gandzasar area at a riverside restaurant. After

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Our Day In Artsakh

Category: Youth Corps Diary - 2013
July 12, 2013   Our AYF Canada Youth Corps group spent the day in Artsakh (Nagoro-Karabakh Republic). Starting the day off with a tour in the beautiful city of Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh, our group enjoyed walking around the city core near the National Assembly Parliament

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On Our Way To Artsakh

Category: Youth Corps Diary - 2013
July 11, 2013   After spending the night in Yerevan upon arrival to Armenia, the AYF Canada Youth Corps volunteers will spend the next 3 nights in Artsakh before heading to Vanadzor to prepare for the camp. We made a few stops along the way at important historical sites. We were lucky that

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Something Different This Time Around

Category: Youth Corps Diary - 2013
July 6, 2013   As I sit across my packed bags, I begin to realize that this is really happening; in just 72 hours I will be reunited with my homeland. I am impatiently waiting to wake up and see Mt. Ararat from my window. My mouth waters merely thinking about having a bonchik for […]

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