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The Feast of the Glorious Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the “Khrimyan Hayrik” preschool PDF Print E-mail
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A1On April 6, 2018, students of the “Khrimyan Hayrik” kindergarten (adjunct to the Saint Gevorg church of Aragova of the Samtskhe – Javakheti1 and Tsalka's General Prelacy of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia), headed by the director Narine Ter - Mkrtchyan and teacher Lusine Hovhannisyan, had organized a nice event, dedicated to the Feast of the Glorious Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
The event was honored with the presence of the Primate of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia, His Grace Bishop Vazgen Mirzakhanyan, 2accompanied by Rev. Father Tadeos Ter - Mkrtchyan, pastor of Aragova and nearby villages and Deacon Gevorg Antonyan. Parents of the students, guests from Akhalkalaki and neighboring villages were present at the event.
Students of the preschool presented in detail the mystery of the feast, performed Easter songs and poems.3
Beautifully decorated festive table, clear, courageous, confident and beautiful speech and recitation of the students made the event impressive and gave to attendees unforgettable memories.
The event was ended with the Diocesan Primate's blessings, addressed to the attendees. His Grace Bishop Vazgen Mirzakhanyan highly appreciated the efforts made by 4the organizers and stuff of the kindergarten.  
At the end of the celebration dedicated to the Glorious Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the students of the preschool received small gifts and sweets.
It should be mentioned, that “Khrimyan Hayrik” preschool in Aragova was founded in 2008 and originally, here only children from Aragova were included. Year by year the preschool expanded its activities and gained recognition. Not only the number of children increased, but also the children from neighboring villages were included. At present, “Khrimyan Hayrik”  preschool has 35 students. Kindergarten is attended by children from the villages of Aragova, Zak, Goman, Korkh and Totkham.

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