During 2013 the Ukrainian National Association, a fraternal organization with a proud history of 119 years of service to our community, expended much time and effort on reintroducing itself to its members and potential members. Foremost among those efforts was the release, at the start of Ukrainian festival season in North America, of what came to be known as the UNA’s 2013 summer magazine, called “UNA and the Community: Partners for Life.” The brainchild of UNA National Secretary Christine E. Kozak, the publication made its debut at the Ukrainian Cultural Festival at Soyuzivka, where it was distributed to festival-goers. The 32-page magazine contained information about the Ukrainian National Association, notes from UNA executive officers, informative articles about the UNA’s insurance offerings, interviews with some of the UNA’s insurance professionals, a page featuring the UNA’s Home Office staff and a section on member benefits, including the Soyuzivka Heritage Center and the newspapers Svoboda and The Ukrainian Weekly, both of which are published by the UNA. The editor of the publication was Irene Jarosewich, a former editorial staff member of The Ukrainian Weekly and former editor-in-chief of Svoboda, while the magazine’s graphic design was the work of Stefan Slutsky, layout artist of The Ukrainian Weekly. Partners for Life was available at all Ukrainian festivals where the UNA was represented during 2013.