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Youngstown/Warren/Sharon chapter


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Past events

13 October 2019 Documentary Film "The Gorals - Highlanders of Carpathia"
07 September 2019 Carpatho-Rusyn Vatra 2019
09 February 2019 Youngstown-Warren Chapter: Cofee and Bages with National C-RS President
11 November 2018 Youngstrown Chapter: Honoring our Veterans Film documentary on life of Sergeant Michael Strank "Our Flag Still Waves"
14 October 2018 Youngstown-Warren: Fr. Marek Visnovsky present a program on ICONOLOGY
15 September 2018 Youngstown chapter: Annual Vatra
15 September 2018 Youngstown Chapter's Annual Vatra
29 April 2018 Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Chapter Sponsors: “Wooden Churches of Rusyn Areas In Eastern Europe”
25 February 2018 Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Presents: Even Tears Were Not Enough
19 November 2017 Honoring our Veterans Film documentary on life of Sergeant Michael Strank "Our Flag Still Waves"
19 October 2017 Eastern European Congress of Ohio Present by the Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Chapter
26 August 2017 Vatra Time in Ohio
03 June 2017 The Vatra is Coming!!
08 April 2017 Eastern European Month Celebration in Ohio
25 February 2017 Uncovering & Publishing the History of PA's Carpatho-Rusyns
09 October 2016 Carpatho-Rusyns: Myths and Stereotypes - A presentation by Paul Robert Magocsi
10 September 2016 4th Annual Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Chapter Rusyn/Slovak Picnic & Vatra (Bonfire)
30 July 2016 8th Annual Southwest Vatra Piknik
09 July 2016 Carpatho-Rusyn Society at the Youngstown State University Festival of Arts
18 June 2016 Carpatho-Rusyn Society at Simply Slavic

The Youngstown/Warren/Sharon chapter was chartered in 2000, and services a 30 miles radius around the city of Youngstown Ohio.

President - Jim Basista



Carpatho-Rusyn Society

915 Dickson St.
Munhall, PA 15120-1929
412-567-3077
www.c-rs.org

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The Carpatho-Rusyn Society is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to manifesting Carpatho-Rusyn culture in the United States and supporting Rusyn culture in the Homeland in east central Europe. It works to educate Rusyns and non-Rusyns about Rusyn culture and history, and to support the development of Rusyn culture on both sides of the Atlantic. As a membership organization, it boasts over 1,800 members worldwide who support the organization's work through their annual contributions of dues as well as voluntary contributions to funds that support Rusyn cultural development abroad as well as humanitarian aid for Rusyn communities in Europe.

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