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Grand Opening Of New Retirement Community At The California Armenian Home In Fresno – Western Prelacy, 2-13-18

By 13th February 2018

In mid-June of 2016, the California Armenian Home in Fresno embarked on a massive expansion project, named The Vineyards, the grand opening of which took place on Saturday, February 10, 2018. On behalf of H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, Very Rev. Fr. Dajad Ashekian, parish pastor of Holy Trinity Church of Fresno, participated in the ceremony and read the Prelate’s message on this occasion. Click Here to read this rest of this story.

Flags Raised Over The Vineyards, Sanger Herald, 1-25-18

By 25th January 2018

Harry Paul remembered playing the same location back in the 1940s.

But the site had changed. Dramatically.

“We played when there was nothing here,” he said. “Just dirt.”

Paul performed with the Armenian-American Citizen League Band back then. On Jan. 17, Paul and members of the Sounds of Freedom band brought their instruments and provided the soundtrack to the flag raising at the California Armenian Home’s $45 million expansion, dubbed The Vineyards. The dirt was gone. In its place was a meticulously designed grounds around a facility that likely has exceeded the dreams of the original founders.

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Senior Lifestyle Community Celebrates Completion With Symbolic Flag Raising Dedication, Clovis Roundup, 1-17-18

By 17th January 2018

The Vineyards at the California Armenian Home hosted a symbolic flag raising dedication Wednesday morning to celebrate the completion of its $42 million senior lifestyle community located at Temperance and Kings Canyon. Click here to read the rest of this story.

Aging Population Spurs New Senior Living Options, The Business Journal, 1-16-18

By 16th January 2018

At first glance, the Vineyards of the California Armenian Home looks more like a resort than a retirement community. With its theater, four restaurants and wine sampling room, one could easily mistake the residence for a hotel.
The Vineyards, however, is the culmination of more than six decades of planning from the California Armenian Home’s board of directors. Click here to read the rest of this story.