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Michigan, USA – "Chaldean business owners prove they believe in Michigan. They put their money where their mouth is," says Ashley Hanna of the Chaldean Education and Career Center. "Despite the high business taxes and anti-business environment in the state, Chaldeans continue to reinvest, improve, and open new businesses in their local communities."
On Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor, Mark Yaldo has committed hundreds of thousands of dollars to the community by becoming the new owner of an abandoned and blighted building on 3555 Washtenaw. Yaldo has been spending money all year working with contractors to open an improved and upgraded Marathon brand fuel station and convenient store.
Chaldeans are reminded that staying healthy during the summer months requires more than just eating the right foods. Dr. Saad Manni offers this partial list of things Chaldeans can do that will help keep them cool and healthy during the hot summer months.
Michigan, USA – The cold air has thawed in the great lakes states and Chaldeans are fast enjoying the summer days. With temperatures getting warmer, many Chaldeans are firing up their barbeque grills. Grilling is one of the most treasured outdoor activities to do every summer for Chaldean Families. Shish Kabob, chiken tooka, and grilled vegetables folded in warm grilled pita bread with garlic sauce and a nice cold drink is usually enough to give any Chaldean a glimpse into the essence of back-home joys.
www.CHALDEAN.org collects a number of community tips on choosing the best gas grills. Next week we complete our report on Chaldean barbeque tips. Community members are asked to send in their best tips when barbequing Chaldean foods to email@example.com.
Choosing the Best Gas Grills
Michigan, USA – “I hope the State Department is prepared to defend its position with hard facts. We are tired of hallow promises. Chaldeans have not seen any serious action from the U.S. about protecting the rights of minority in Iraq or helping the hundreds of thousands of refugees scattered across the world,” says Anthony Aboud of Sterling Heights, Michigan. “I pray every Chaldean concerned about what is happening in Iraq and what is happening to Chaldean refugees around the world joins me on June first.”
On Tuesday, June 1, 2010, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Michael Corbin, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Special Coordinator for Iraq's Minority Communities will be speaking at the American Polish Cultural Center located on 2975 E. Maple Road (corner of 15 Mile & Dequindre), Troy, MI 48083.
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