Welcome to Homenetmen Los Angeles Chapter

Picnic Day

Come join us for a fun Sunday afternoon at Palmer Park! Plenty of games, food, entertainment and time spent with your Homenetmen family. More details coming soon...

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Palmer Park, 610 E Palmer Ave
Glendale, 91205 United States
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46th Navasartian Games & Festival

Organized by Homenetmen Western USA, the Navasartian Games launched in East Los Angeles in 1975. It now boasts the participation of 300 teams, 3,200 athletes, 1,100 scouts and attracts over...

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Birmingham High School, 17000 Haynes St
Van Nuys, CA 91406 United States
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Family Camp

Homenetmen LA is humbled and proud to organize the first ever Y. Onnig Berberian Memorial Family Camp.  Y. Onnig was an incredibly unique brother, with a larger than life personality...

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Homenetmen Camp Tecuya, 11701 Frontier Rd
Frazier Park, CA 93225 United States
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55th Anniversary Gala

The Homenetmen Los Angeles Chapter is celebrating its 55th anniversary of service to the LA Armenian community this year. Several events and activities are planned throughout the year, culminating in...

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De Luxe Banquet Hall, 237 E Olive Ave
Burbank, 91502 United States
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Homenetmen prepares exemplary and law-abiding citizens by providing physical and mental education, endowing the mind and soul with the finest spirit of sportsmanship, and developing an understanding of responsibility and honor as we strive for individual and collective excellence.

Homenetmen Los Angeles was formed in 1968 as the founding chapter of the organization’s Western USA Region. Located in the heart of Los Angeles, in the center of Little Armenia, Homenetmen LA has served the local community for over 50 years.

The terrific success of our scouting and athletic activities is largely due to the continual moral and financial support of dedicated parents and supporters who have been instrumental in organizing and raising funds for existing and new programs.

Today, Homenetmen continues to grow and is in need of more resources. The ever-increasing challenges of contemporary society indicate that now more than ever, Homenetmen’s commitment to excellence must be shared by everyone.

Homenetmen strives to develop the moral character of young Armenian-Americans with the intent that each becomes a model citizen in their respective communities.