Հետախույզ Խորութի (Խորհրդի) դերն է խորհրդատվություն և աջակցություն տրամադրել Գլխավոր Խմբապեդներին, երբ նրանք դրա կարիքն ունեն: Սկաուտ Խորուտի պարտականությունները ներառում են.
The role of a Scouting Khorout (Council) is to provide advise and support to the Chapter Khmpabeds when they need it. Responsibilities of the Scout Khorout includes:
- Խմպաբեդ գլուխ ընտրելը (զորքերի ղեկավար)
- Համոզվեք, որ զորախմբի բոլոր գործունեությունը սահուն է ընթանում
- Համոզվեք, որ սկաուտները ձեռք են բերում բոլոր անհրաժեշտ գիտելիքները կոչումով առաջադիմելու համար
- Իրականացնել opորքի վարչական գործառույթները
- Հեշտացնում է կրթական ծրագիրը
- Ֆինանսների և սկաուտական անդամության վերաբերյալ հաշվետվություն բաժնի գործադիր մարմնին և Տարածաշրջանային հետախույզ Խորութին
- Selecting the Chapter Khmpabed (Troop Leader)
- Ensure that all of the activities of the troop run smoothly
- Ensure that the Scouts acquire all of the necessary knowledge to advance in rank
- Carry out the administrative functions of the Troop
- Facilitates the educational program
- Report to the Chapter Executive and to the Regional Scout Khorout on finances and scouting membership
K. Hasmik Parsadanyan
Y. Hagop Donoyan
My Name is K. Hasmik Parsadanyan. I was born in Yerevan, Armenia. Growing up in the Soviet Union school system I became a Pioneer (very similar to a Scout) at the age of 8. I was always a very active, energetic, and competitive Pioneer who loved to take on any competitions and challenges and did my very best to be a great troop leader. At the age of 15, I became the Captain of the Pioneers for the whole school (600 students).
I moved to Rhode Island in 1996 and have been a Homenetmen member since 2005 when my son joined the Scouts. I like to think that I have always been a supportive and helpful parent because I love and admire the purpose and ideology of Homenetmen; bringing Armenian youth together, teaching them life-long values and skills, and uniting Armenians from all over the world in our Homeland.
For the last 4 years, I have served on the Providence Homenetmen Khorout as the Chairwoman. I really enjoy being a part of this wonderful group, doing worderful work, with a great cause. We are and always have been a strong Chapter, because we are very fortunate to have a highly supportive church community with different sister organizations.
Best wishes to the Providence Homenetmen. May our journey be prosperous for many years to come for many generations.
My name is Y. Hagop Donoyan, and I have been a Homenetmen member since I moved from Lebanon to Rhode Island In 1989. Throughout the years I have been on different committees within the chapter, most frequently the scout council. In addition to being on the scout council I have served on the Providence chapter’s executive and I am also a member of other sister organizations. In the 90s I was an athlete on the men’s senior volleyball team and traveled around for yearly Navasartian Games throughout the Eastern Region. Every year I look forward to attending the regional panagoum to help the hosting chapter with cooking meals and kitchen duties. I am proud to be a Homenetmen Member, but especially grateful that I am a part of our amazing Providence Chapter. This organization has provided me with so many lifelong skills and friendships that I continuously see being passed down to the next generation of Homenetmenagans.
K. Menar Tarbinian
K. Ani Dedeyan
My name is K. Menar Tarbinian and I am very excited to once again be a part of the Providence Homenetmen Khorourt. Here, I have been a part of the Providence chapter since 2002. I also have been a teacher at Mourad Armenian School for 18 years and counting. I enjoy teaching the younger scouts new songs and ganches. Prior to being a member of the Providence chapter, I joined Homenetmen and became a scout at the age of four in Qamishli, Syria.
Starting as an Ardzvig, I made it all the way to Ayp Gark with a Pokh Khmpabed bashdon in 1995. My favorite part of being a scout was the panagoums and seminars, especially the leadership seminars with Aleppo, Latakia, and Damascus. They were a great way to not only learn new things but to meet new people and even those who I met, I have reconnected with today, in America.
My favorite panagoum was in Kessab in 1996 when I met my future husband, Y. Sarkis Tarpinian. Between Y. Sarkis and I, we have been able to keep our children active in not only Homenetmen but the church. I hope to one day be able to go to Armenia with my kids and participate in their pan-Homenetmen jamboree. Homenetmen is something I will be forever grateful for. Without it, it is likely I would not have the privilege to be a member of the strong Providence chapter.
My name is Ani Dedeyan and I reside in Cranston, RI. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, travelling, hosting parties, cooking, shopping, decorating, and selling costume jewelry and accessories to some of the top nationwide retailers. I joined Homenetmen at the age of 6 and have participated both as a scout and athlete. My husband Johnny Dedeyan also participated as a scout and athlete at a young age and today our two beautiful girls, Julianna and Sofia Dedeyan, are members of the Providence Chapter and we couldn’t be more proud.
Looking forward to being part of our amazing Khorourt second year in a row and watching our young generation thrive and continue to succeed and make us all proud. Besides serving as Scouts Khorourt I recently joined the St. Vartanantz Mourad Armenian School Parent committee with a group of wonderful women!!! Truly enjoying to see our kids grow up together and our community grow year after year! Wishing all of our members a Happy and Healthy 2022 and to another successful year together!!!
K. Diana Keshijian
My name is K. Diana Keshijian. I was born in Germany and moved to the USA in 1990 and settled in Waltham, MA with my family at the age of 7. I was an active member of the Boston Homenetmen Chapter at a young age starting as a scout and joining the soccer and basketball team. As a scout and athlete, I attended local and regional panagoums, Navasartian games and went to the 2002Jamboree in Armenia.
In 2006, I married Bedros Keshijian, who has been an active member of the Providence Homenetmen Chapter at a young age. His dedication, pride, and joy to be part of the community was contagious and I couldn’t be happier to be part of it. The Providence community has welcomed me with such warmth and open arms from day one and now I am honored to be a member myself and join Khorourt. With two daughters of our own, Nadia and Natalie, we teach and guide them to keep their Armenian culture alive, so they too can pass it on and lay the foundation for future generations to come. I am looking forward to the years ahead and hope to strengthen our Providence Homenetmen Chapter.