AGBU: Camp Nubar

AGBU Press Office
55 East 59th Street
New York, NY 10022-1112
Phone: 212.319.6383, x109
Fax: 212.319.6507
Email: [email protected]


Thursday, April 6, 2006


Set on scenic Lake Arax in the Catskill Mountains, AGBU Camp Nubar
offers a diverse summer program for young Armenians from all around
the world with cultural, social and recreational activities galore,
including horseback riding, photography, archery, water sports and

As its upcoming 2006 season draws near, Camp Nubar encourages
interested campers and counselors to come discover picturesque Andes,
NY, for a trial, two, four or six-week session.

With cabins, tennis courts and outdoor basketball courts recently
renovated in 2003-04, Camp Nubar has once again raised the bar to keep
pace with its growing number of staff, guest instructors and campers.

Building more modern and spacious accommodations, the latest Camp
Nubar renovations are ahead of schedule for their unveiling this
summer, including a new Girls Cabin, Girls Counselor Cabin and Adult
Staff Building; expanding its Director’s Cabin and Main Office; and
adding a Staff Lounge.

Opening day for 2006 is just around the corner and registration forms
are now available on Camp Nubar’s web site so downloading is easier
than ever. With last year’s enrollment reaching a record high and over
300 applications already in the mail, act fast – sessions are expected
to fill up quickly.

First Session: July 1-15, Trial Session: July 15-23, Second Session:
July 15-29, Third Session: July 29-August 12.

Accredited by the American Camping Association and directed by Maggie
Derderian Casaceli, AGBU Camp Nubar was founded in 1963 and continues
to be a summer haven for Armenian youth from all around the world. For
more information on Camp Nubar, please call (212) 319-6383, visit
or email [email protected]

For more information on AGBU and its youth programs, please visit

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