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Chaldean Chef Entrepreneur Takes Advantage of Food Processing Center
By Sam Yousif :: 10 Views :: Business & Finance

Ohio, USA - For years, Randa Shallal has been sweetening up family and friends with a secret-recipe concoction she describes as a "fabulously fudgy cocoa peanut sauce that's great on ice cream, pretzels, cookies, or even just a spoon."

Thanks to a new commercial food-processing facility at the Agricultural Incubator Foundation on State Rt. 582 north of Bowling Green, she's found an economically feasible way to begin bottling and selling her "Panda Potion No. 5" commercially.

Shallal says, "It was by learning of this facility that I had an epiphany that I could do this," she said. "I always knew I couldn't do anything commercially in my own home. ... I was at a [Women's Entrepreneurial Network] meeting in November when a woman stood up and talked about this kitchen, and it came over me like a wave: I can do this."

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Village Food Market Wins Approval for Seasonal Outdoor Displays
By Sam Yousif :: 18 Views :: Business & Finance, Government & Society

Michigan, USA - Chaldean entrepreneur Mark Garmo has always found ways to meet the needs of his customers. 

Mr. Garmo, professes a passion for customer service and his recent appeal before the Grosse Pointe Farms proves just that.  Village Food Market shoppers can still expect to be greeted by displays of produce and flowers around the store’s Mack entry.

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Chaldean Priest Remains Missing, Community Leaders Fear the Worse
By Sam Yousif :: 22 Views :: Government & Society, World News & Odds 'N' Ends

Baghdad, Iraq – Chaldeans around the world remained stunned at the escalating violence in Iraq and the boldness of kidnappers to take hostage Chaldean priest, Rev. Hanna Saad Sirop.  Christians continue to remain targets as Muslim groups hope to drive the minority population out of the region.  

The Rev. Hanna Saad Sirop, who is director of the Theology Department at Babel College, was abducted Aug. 15 as he left Mass celebrating the Assumption holiday.

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Chaldeans Find the Michigan State Fair Amazing
By Sam Yousif :: 25 Views :: Sports, Art, and Entertainment

Michigan, USA – Izzat Kalu wasn't sure what to expect when his relatives brought him to the Michigan, State Fair.   The recent visitor to America was treated to the mini-amusement park located in Detroit.  

It was the 30-year-old Chaldean man's first time to a fair.  Joining Izzat was his wife Masoon and four children, Ibrahim, Andrew, Peter, and John.   A few minutes after arriving, the family stood stunned at the breathtaking displays, isles of eatery options, and fun games and rides.

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Chaldean Students in Troy Michigan Prepare for International Program
By Sam Yousif :: 11 Views :: Career & Education

Michigan, USA - Chaldeans in Troy's Morse Elementary and Baker Middle schools are eager and excited about the districts recent announcement of an international baccalaureate program, part of a 6-year initiative to establish a complete district-wide program.

Chaldean parents are overjoyed that the program will encourage international-mindedness and global understanding in IB students.  To do this, students will first develop an understanding of their own cultural and national identity. All IB students are required to learn a second language and the skills to live and work with others internationally—essential for life in the 21st century.  The program is being administered by the nonprofit group, the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).

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Chaldeans Bowling Toward a Cure
By Sam Yousif :: 37619 Views :: Health & Fitness

Michigan, USA - Chaldeans are helping in the fight against Leukemia and they need your support.   Join friends and family as the community rallies to raise funds to help those suffering from Leukemia.   Event organizer and passionate advocate, Christine Loussia has been remarkably committed to educating the Chaldean community about cancer, Leukemia, and other terrible ailments. 

Loussia is on a mission to help the Chaldean community better understand Leukemia and build a comprehensive bone marrow database that will save eventually lives. 

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