Collection 0007 - Cultural Immersion Camp Selo

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Cultural Immersion Camp Selo

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    CA BMUFA 0007

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    • 1974-1985 (Creation)
      Cultural Immersion Camp Selo

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    • 39 cm of textual records
    • 2 photos

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    In 1974, the Ukrainian Cultural Immersion Camp “Selo” concept was developed by Roman Onufrijchuk, Walter Dlugosh, and Vasyl’ Balan of the National Executive of the Canadian Ukrainian Youth Association (CYMK). The summer camps were organized as a cultural immersion experience and designed to appeal primarily — though not exclusively — to young Ukrainian-Canadians between the ages of 15-20.
    For three weeks every year from 1974 to 1985, during the month of August, young people from across the country gathered in a natural rural setting, removed from the distractions of everyday life, where they were immersed in a learning experience, which sought to provide meaning and understanding to Ukrainian Canadian identity.

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    The collection consists of incorporation documents, applications and registration, reports, financial records, promotional materials, staff recruitment and program development records, and course materials.

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    Gift of Bohdan Zajcew


    The initial arrangement conducted by the collection creator is mainly preserved. Some adjustments are made by MC and MM.

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        See accessions UF1982.008, UF1982.035, UF2014.21, UF2014.39, UF2014.41, UF2015.37, UF2016.3, UF 2019.026

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        Further accruals are expected.

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        UF2016.003, UF2019.026

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        Created 2020-10-27 by MC and MM

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