Isten éltessen, Magyarország!

Augusztus 24-én immáron harmadik alkalommal emlékeztünk meg az államalapítás napjára és állam alapító Szent István királyunkra. Nagy érdeklődést tanusított a Phoenix-i közönség, ezért köszönettel tartozunk! A gyerekek is érdeklődéssel hallgatták azokat a történeteket, melyeket István királyról és koráról meséltek a tanárok, valamint lelkesedéssel kézimunkáztak a foglalkozás végén.

Reméljük, hogy mindenki jól érezte magát és hálásak vagyunk mindenkinek, aki jelenlétével, felajánlott finomságokkal, vagy pénzbeli adománnyal hozzájárult az ünnepségünk sikerességéhez!

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On August 24th we have celebrated Hungary’s foundation day and the founder, king St. Stephen. We were happy to see such a great turnout, many of you were interested in this event and we could not be more thankful that you joined us! The kids seemed to show curiosity in the stories that the teachers shared about king Stephen and the era he lived in. Also they were very enthusiastic about the arts and crafts activity at the end.

We hope that you had a great time and we are extremely grateful for your support. Whether it was through your presence, the tasty food that you brought, or monetary donations, you all contributed to the success of this event!

Partner: Mind and Body Kids

https://mindandbodykids.com/

Photo: Edit Vasadi

https://editvasadi.com/

 

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HCA Phoenix

The Hungarian Cultural Association of Phoenix (HCAP) is an independent, all-volunteer, educational, charitable and non-partisan organization open to anyone with interest in nurturing the Hungarian language and culture, regardless of world view, nationality, or religion. Our goal is to nurture the Hungarian language, culture, identity, and traditions, and make them available to present and future generations through educational programs, celebrations, commemorative events, and social gatherings. Through our mission, we aim to broaden familiarity with the Hungarian culture within the American community, thereby nurturing and strengthening Hungarian-American ties and relationships.

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