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KERHONKSON, N.Y. – Soyuzivka Heritage Center will host its popular UNA Ukrainian Heritage Day Camp again this summer during the weeks beginning on Sundays, July 14 and July 21. This weeklong camp is geared toward children age 4-8 and families who have a desire for their children to learn more about their Ukrainian heritage.
The camp is held with the sponsorship of the Ukrainian National Association.
Esteemed members of the UNA, Dear Ukrainian brothers and sisters: The date of February 22 is cause for great joy and pride as we mark the success of our organized community life, which began way back in 1894. Let us ponder the significance of this date as we listen to...read more
Following is a list of the executive officers of the Ukrainian National Association elected at UNA conventions from 1894 through the convention of 2018.read more
Throughout 2019, the Ukrainian National Association, one of the oldest fraternal insurance societies in America, will celebrate a landmark anniversary – 125 years of protecting Ukrainian Americans and Ukrainian Canadians, and serving Ukrainian communities.read more
Редакційна зі „Свободи“ (22 лютого 2019 року)read more
Editorial from The Ukrainian Weekly (February 24, 2019)read more
З промови Президента Стефана Качарая на відкритті 39-ої Конвенції УНСоюзу в 2018 році.read more
Уривок зі статті ,, УНСоюз вчора, сьогодні і завтра” з Альманаху Українського Народного Союзу за 1984 рік. В Україні не було організацій типу братських союзів в Америці. Тому ми знали про існування Українського Народного Союзу, але мали дуже слабке уявлення про нього....read more
Reprinted below are excerpts of the Svoboda editorial of November 1, 1893, which called for the establishment of a fraternal organization for Ukrainians in the United States. The front-page editorial was titled “We need a national organization.” (At that time, Ukrainians were known as Ruthenians, and the original Ukrainian text of the editorial referred to “Rusyny.” In the translation below, which is reprinted from “Ukrainian National Association: Its Past and Present,” the 70th anniversary history of the UNA written by Anthony Dragan, the term “Ruthenian” has been replaced by “Ukrainian.”)read more
The editorial below was published in the February 20, 1994, issue of The Ukrainian Weekly, which was dedicated to the centennial of the Ukrainian National Association.read more