1415 Lorimer Drive
Fax (916) 482-4706
President - Lubow Jowa (916) 771-2402 Short Bio&Statement
Vice President - Ihor Shevchyk (916) 791-3660
Secretary & Bulletin Editor - Ola H Oliynyk (916) 482-4706
Secretary - Olena Oskolkova (916) 719-9258
Treasurer - Svitlana Kryshtafovych (530) 661-6776
Trustee - Ivan Lorczak (916) 649-2122
Trustee - Orest Kuzio (916) 254-9505
OUR NEWS - НАШІ НОВИНИ
* Ukrainian Opera in Sacramento - October 9, 2010
* Our Participation at Global Fashion Showcase at State Fair
* Концерт заслуженого артиста України, бандуриста Дмитра Губ'яка -
в Сакраменто у травні 2010 року
* Shevchenko Program in Sacramento -
Вшанування памяті Тараса Шевченка
в Сакраменто 14 березня 2010 року
* Soviet Story - Movie Screening
Program: Victims of Communist Oppression - November 21, 2009
* Ukrainian Festival - Independence of Ukraine Day Celebration ADD,
August 22, 2009
*Ukrainian Festival Program Book
More links about Ukraine
ПОДІЇ ТА ДІЯЛЬНІСТЬ ТОВАРИСТВА
OUR BULLETINS - ІНФОРМАЦІЙНІ ЛИСТКИ ТОВАРИСТВА
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The club was formally registered as a non profit organization
on June 10, 1983 by its first president Yuriy Oliynyk.
In 1988 Alex Kachmar was elected president and held that office until 1992 when Yuriy Oliynyk was reelected and held that office until March 31, 2009. In March 31, 2009 Dr. Lubow Jowa became the president of the UHC of NC.
The UHC of NC regularly sponsors picnics in the summer time and a traditional Malanka New Years celebration which was initiated by Dr. Alexander Naklowycz, its first vice president.
Prior to 1991 the club commemorated January 22 as Ukrainian Independence Day by hoisting Ukrainian flag atop the California State Capitol. Since 1991, Ukrainian Independence is celebrated on August 24.
The Club has assisted its member Bohdan Storozuk (+), a representative of Ukrainian Studies School for the state of California to advertise the Saturday School of Ukrainian Studies that numbers 240 children and 6 grade levels.
Recent additions to the Sacramento cultural scene have been the Ukrainian Folk Dance ensembles "Sonechko" for children and "Mriya" for adults under the direction of club member Halyna Lorczak. The ensembles received their jump start with the club's assistance.
Since 2000 Mr. & Mrs. Arabagi directed the Dance Ensemble "Sonechko" and later "Kalyna" Youth Dance Emsemble.
The club also financed a first issue of the magazine "VIZ" for the newly arrived immigrants. This magazine has since been replaced by the magazine "Pohliad" for which the club provided initial assistance.
Since 1989 the UHC of NC has provided the services of
its members. Ola and Yuriy Oliynyk are known for their numerous lecture
recitals at public schools, universities, colleges and libraries with presentations
of Ukrainian music, culture and history. A traveling exhibit of Ukrainian
arts and crafts accompanies these presentations.
II. A. This organization is a non-profit,
charitable, and cultural club, organized within the meaning of section
501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. THe purpose of this club is to
engage in any lawful act, or activity for which a club may be organized
under such law.
B. The specific purpose of this club is to promote the Ukrainian heritage, traditions, and to provide assistance to needy Ukrainians within the U.S.A., and abroad.
III. The name and address is the State of California or this organization's initial agent for service of process is: Yuriy Oliynyk, President, 5253 Glancy Drive, Carmichael, California 95608-5458.
IV. Notwithstanding any of the above statements of purposes and powers, this organization shall not expect to an insubstantial degree, engage in any activities or exercise any powers that are not in furtherance of the specific purposes of this organization.
V. Should the organization be dissolved, its assets shall be distributed to the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Inc. 1321 West Lindelay Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19141, and only if not in existence at such time to the Harvard University Ukrainian Studies Fund, 1581-83 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MASS 02138.