California Armenian Home board members, from left, Michael Hannigan, Ed Hokokian, Lucy Kazanjian Grayson, Mitch Bagdasarian and Jack Kazanjian.
California Armenian Home board members, from left, Michael Hannigan, Ed Hokokian, Lucy Kazanjian Grayson, Mitch Bagdasarian and Jack Kazanjian. Special to The Bee
California Armenian Home board members, from left, Michael Hannigan, Ed Hokokian, Lucy Kazanjian Grayson, Mitch Bagdasarian and Jack Kazanjian. Special to The Bee

California Armenian Home breaks ground on $42 million expansion

June 16, 2016 07:00 PM

UPDATED June 17, 2016 04:22 PM

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