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    Michigan’s Metro Detroit Area is home to the largest Chaldean community outside of Iraq. Chaldeans are known for their strong work ethic and entrepreneurial skills—a combination that makes many businesses highly successful.
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    Chamber Revamps Mobile App!

    The Chamber has completely revamped its mobile app to provide you with more value for your membership! The new version of the app contains new features not found on the previous version. Members can now offer “Hot Deals” to fellow members, search the entire member directory by name and/or category, read the latest news about fellow members, join/renew a membership and get up-to-date information about events.

    The app is available free of charge in the Apple App Store and Google Play. Download yours today! Those who downloaded the previous version should delete it and get the new version as the old version will no longer be supported.

    Stay tuned for an email that members will receive shorty that will provide information on how to register so you can start offering exclusive deals via the mobile app.

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    Project Bismutha’s 2nd Annual Walk-a-Thon

    Project Bismutha’s 2nd Annual Walk-a-Thon

    More than 200 community members participated in Project Bismutha’s 2nd Annual Walk-a-Thon at Camp Chaldean on July 20. Guests enjoyed food and drinks and Dr. Herman Kado, a cardiologist, made opening remarking on the benefits on walking and staying active. Other festivities included a raffle, snow cone machine and bounce house for children. Father Pierre hosted a mass followed by lunch.  Project Bismutha is a CCF program that provides free health care to uninsured Chaldeans through a volunteer network of physicians who are part of the Chaldean American Association for Health Professionals (CAAHP). It is also funded by community donations.

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    Breaking Barriers Family Picnic

    Breaking Barriers Family Picnic

    The Chaldean Community Foundation’s Breaking Barriers program, which provides advocacy and services to those with disabilities, held a family picnic at Nelson Park in Sterling Heights on Wednesday July 9. More than 140 enjoyed kabob sandwiches, watermelon and ice cream sundaes.

    Activities included water balloons, bubbles, Frisbee toss, baseball, soccer and a day of fun and sunshine in the park.

    Special thanks to Hanna’s Fruit Market for donating the watermelons and the WINGS group from St. Joseph Church in Troy for providing volunteers.

     

     

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