UOMA/TYC - Ukrainian Men's Association of Regina
UOMA/TYC Bulletin (word document)

Upcoming Events

December 10, 2013 Annual General Meeting of TYC/UOMA Regina at Selo Gardens.

January 11, 2014 Malanka at the Ukrainian Orthodox Auditorium

February 11, 2014 Membership general meeting*

March (date TBA) SUS Foundation fund raiser

May (date TBA) Trident Camp workbee (25 km north of Canora Sask.)

June (date TBA) Annual TYC Regina barbecue

August 7-10 Adult Ukrainian Language Immersion Course (AULIC), Trident camp

Malanka 2015 (date TBA)

* TYC/UOMA Regina meet usually on the second tuesday of the month except in January, July & August when no meetings are held.

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Recent Projects and Activities of the UOMA/TYC Branch of Regina

Projects/Activities with the Community at Large

  • donated funds to purchase Broda and Geri chairs for the General and Pasqua hospitals.
  • donated funds to purchase an exercise unit, suitable for paraplegics, for the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre
  • donated $3000 to the Regina Hospitals Foundation to purchase a pulse oxymeter
  • donated $1300 to the Regina Hospitals Foundation toward a special electric bed
  • donated $2100 to the Regina Hospitals Foundation toward a vital signs monitor
  • donated $1500 to TYC national's Symposium 2014
  • donated $2500 to the Holodomor statue to be located at the Legislative building in Regina.

Projects/Activities within the Ukrainian Canadian Community

  • donated $3000 to refurbish the dining area at the St. Petro Mohyla Institute
  • for decades, have been the sponsors of Ukrainian language classes in Regina
  • continue to subsidize students attending summer camp at St. Petro Mohyla Institute, Trident and Green Grove camps
  • support various projects of the UCC-Regina
  • sponsored the annual Malanka in partnership with Travria Ukrainian Folk Dance Ensemble
  • cosponsor with the Ukrainian Professional and Business Association of Regina the Adult Ukrainian Language Immersion Course (AULIC) at Trident camp
  • donated $1000 toward the Bartholomew publication project, "Encountering the Mystery"

Projects/Activities with Ukraine

  • donated $1500.00 to the Ukrainian Women's Association Branch in Regina in support of their purchase of a cardiograph for a children's hospital in Ukraine.
  • contributed $4000.00 toward the publishing in Ukrainian (for distribution primarily in Ukraine) the book "The Orthodox Way" by Bishop Ware

Projects/Activities with the TYC/UOMA Locally and Otherwise

  • headed up the annual Trident Camp workbee
  • donated funds for furnishing and equipment for classrooms at Trident Camp
  • performed major renovations at Trident Camp and cover the cost of these renovations
  • held a silent auction as a fund raiser for the SUS Foundation.
  • arrange for speakers at the monthly meetings, topics in included:

- Daphne Bilokury on running the Marathon

- Murray Mandryk on Saskatchewan's political scene

- Troy Stack on investing strategies

- Presentation by Lucas Makowsky, olympic gold medalist

- Phyllis Kowalchuk on researching your family tree

- Selo Gardens Personal Care Home workbee

- Participated in The Ukrainian Folk Fest

- Presentation on wine making

- annual barbecque

- Trident Camp workbee

- Trident Camp Presentations

- Presentation by Andrew Curr on his experience in Afghanistan

- Jean Freeman on Saskatchewan and it's people

- Marion Mulata's presentation on her books

- Ukrainian museum of Canada fundraising campaign

- "Idle No More" presentaion

- Delegation to Constantinople

- Joint TYC/UNF presentation by mykola Yakovyna

- Hosting the ukrainian students from Ivano-Frankivsk

- discussion on Sobor 2010

- Gerry Luciuk, TYC/UOMA Regina - past year in review

Projects/Activities with Our Parish

  • organized and hosted this year's (with Tavria) Malanka festivities.
  • Organized the SUS Foundation Fundraiser
  • Celebrates TYC/UOMA Regina's 50th Anniversary
  • Annual panakhyda in memory of TYC departed members
  • presented cheques to the students from our parish and grandchildren of our TYC/UOMA members who attended the summer camp at Trident Camp
  • assisted the Selo Gardens Personal Care Home with planting shrubs in front of Selo Gardens
  • Shashlyk lunch fundraiser
  • Grey Cup raffle ticket fundraiser

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Executive & Contacts

 

 

Currently

vacant

Chaplain
President
Past-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Vice-President

Fr. Michael Maranchuk

Wayne Hydeman

Orest Warnyca
Gerry Luciuk
Tony Harras
757-0445
545-2003
584-0501
779-1394
586-6805
 
Member at Large
Member at Large
Member at Large
Member at Large
 
Steve Zacharuk
James Chorney
Dr. Edward Klopoushak
Steve Senyk
 
545-8775
585-2205
789-6234
584-1846
 

 

 

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Life Members

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Honourary Members

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Adult Ukrainian Language Immersion Camp

Press Release

Another Successful Year

This year marked the eleventh anniversary of the Adult Ukrainian Language Immersion Course (AULIC) held at Trident Camp at Crystal Lake, Saskatchewan. This project is sponsored and organized jointly by the Ukrainian Canadian Professional & Business Association of Regina and the Ukrainian Orthodox Menís Association of Regina. The program was funded through student enrollment fees plus grants from the Ukrainian Canadian Congress-Saskatchewan Provincial Council, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress-Regina Branch, the Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages (SOHL), the SUS Foundation and The Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko. The first three of these funding agencies receive a major portion of their funds from SaskCulture which in turn is funded through monies received through SaskLotteries. The funding agencies have been acknowledged on the AULIC brochure and in all previous press releases.

Enrollment numbered 15 this year. The students came from across Western Canada as well as a student from Alaska. Half of the participants attended AULIC for the first time and the remaining at least twice, some of which have been to AULIC almost every year since its inception! Many of the new participants learned of the project through AULICís web site www.aulic.ca AULIC provided a great opportunity for the participants to improve their Ukrainian grammar and have a great time polishing their language skills plus learning many traditional Ukrainian folk songs and traditions.

The AULIC program offered three levels (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced) of Ukrainian language instruction throughout the weekend. Instructors this year included native Ukrainians: Olena Kovpak-Gnyp from Saskatoon, a Ukrainian language teacher for many years; Oksana Sholdra of Regina, an ESL teacher and Ukrainian dance choreographer in Regina, and Olena Shyian another teacher recently from Ukraine and presently working in Regina.

During the day, a full schedule of classes was held. Evenings were spent singing, dancing, watching Ukrainian videos and participating in Ukrainian cultural activities. There was also a scheduled trip to the Ukrainian Heritage Museum in Canora which houses local Ukrainian pioneer artifacts and documents as well as general information on Ukrainian history and culture.

As in previous years, on Saturday night, the students of the AULIC presented a program to special guests from Canora, Yorkton and area. After dining on a delicious meal, the guests witnessed the many talents of the instructors and participants throughout the evening as they sang songs, performed skits, and danced. At the end of the evening, some of the special guests joined in the festivities by singing a medley of traditional Ukrainian songs for the students.

AULIC 2011ís Organizing Committee consisted of Tony Harras, Wayne Hydeman, Ed Lysyk and Ken Mazur. This yearís student registration fee remained the same as in the past at a modest $185 for the four-day weekend. AULIC would not be possible without the sponsorship of the Ukrainian Orthodox Menís Association of Regina (UOMA) and the Ukrainian Canadian Professional & Business Association of Regina (UCP&BA), and the financial support of the agencies named in the opening paragraph.

For more information, please visit our web site at www.aulic.ca or contact Tony Harras at (306) 586-6805 or harras@sasktel.net

Submitted by: TYC/UOMA of Regina and the

UCP&BA of Regina,

August 21, 2011

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See Also National CYMK/UOY

 

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TYC/UOMA Brochure 2012 (word format)

 

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