The Rusin Association of Minnesota
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WHAT IS THE RUSIN ASSOCIATION?
The purpose of the Rusin Association (a non-profit organization) as defined in their bylaws is "to sustain, as worthy of preserving and perpetuating in their own right, the distinct nationality, history, language and heritage of the Rusin people and to collect, preserve, and disseminate historical, genealogical, linguistic and cultural information about the Rusin people, a nationality that has been, and still often is called by various other names which include, but are not limited to the following: Carpatho-Russians, Rusyns, Carpatho-Rusyns, Carpatho-Rusins, Rusin-Ukrainians, Rusyn-Ukrainians, Carpatho-Ukrainians, Karpato Russi, Podkarpatski Rusini, Podkarpatski Russiani, Ruthenians, Ruthenes, Sub-Carpathian Ruthenians, Transcarpathian Ruthenians, Uhro-Rusins, Hungarian Rusin, Zakarpatski Rusini, and American Russians.
The Rusin Association holds monthly meetings, an annual Duchnovich Dinner in February and Rus'Kyj Den picnic in August. They sponsor workshops, lectures, and seminars; design and staff a booth at the Festival of Nations and other local events; and publish the newsletter TREMBITA.
Monthly meetings are held the first Saturday of the month, 10:30 a.m., Minneapolis N.E. Public Library, 22nd and Central. Membership is open to all who support the purpose of the Association as stated above. Membership is $15.00 annually, due in January. The Rusin Association Newsletter, TREMBITA, is sent to all members.
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Articles of Interest from TREMBITA
First Contacts With Rusins In Rumania
Interview With Dr. Ivan Turjanica
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c/o Karen Varian 1817 121st Ave. N.E.
Blaine, MN 55449
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Last modified on September 27 1997
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