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Armenian Summer Camp to be Named After Archbishop Vatche Hovsepian

Published on Jan 24, 2013 by Communications Department
Armenian Summer Camp to be Named After  Archbishop Vatche Hovsepian

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Archbishop Vatche Hovsepian was instrumental in the acquisition of Hye Camp as he oversaw the purchase of the 160 acre land in 1987. The scenic location in Dunlap, California attracts over 600 young campers who spend four weeks at camp developing their relationship with God, taking classes, competing in sports, renewing old friendships and making new ones.

At the Stewardship Luncheon on January 20, 2013, the Primate officially announced that the Armenian Summer Camp will be named after Archbishop Vatche Hovsepian in recognition of his invaluable contribution to the lives of those who witnessed the beauty and the natural setting of God's creation.