Mongol Foundation celebrates Holiday Spirit “Powered by Trust & Sponsored”

By Asian Media USA ©

Chicago IL: The Talented Mongol Foundation celebrated a cultural extravaganza on the evening of December 24th, 2016 at Meadows Club 2950 Golf Road Rolling Meadows, IL 60008. Gandalger Batjarga beautifully conceptualized the entire event with the goal of bringing the entire Mongolian community of Chicagoland together. Over 700 people attended the event during which a team of over 30 artists gave performances that were a treat to eyes. The audience was spellbound by the amazing stage set up which was put together by a construction crew which specializes in theater.

The foundation has organized three events so far since inception; the first being the volleyball championship supported by B. Batbaatar U. EnkhErden. The second was Senior Day Supported by B. Tserenbat B. Ganzorig and the current one, the third event which was “Bayariin Misheel” (Holiday Spirit) New Year celebration with help of B. Tserenbat D. Adilzaya B. Mijee. The foundation’s goal and vision for 2017 is to setup a community center where kids would learn about the Mongolian Culture. The envisioned community center would have a library comprising of books in Mongolian language. The community center would also provide a place for the elderly Mongolian community to sit and talk; and offer a time-honored tradition of storytelling to the young ones.

Gandalger Batjargal in his interview to Asian Media Staff Editor Prachi Jaitly said “I believe that together we are stronger.  The foundation wants to give back to the community by providing a community center for its members. Also, it wants to help people back in Mongolia facing serious health issues impacted from environmental hazards. I would like to thank the sponsors of the event – Express intel co., S.B. Express Inc., LCH Construction Inc., Amerifreight, KGI Group, American Family Insurance and Jackie QS Beauty Salon. I would like to thank Biju Varghese and Vishal Patel from The Meadows Club team for their help with the stage and audio/visual set up too”.

“Over 700 people attended the Mongolian Association’s spectacular dinner theater musical on Saturday. It is gratifying that The Meadows Club is fast becoming a hub for international music, culture and cuisine, a realization of the vision for this Club. We are looking forward to another year of celebration of international cultures”, said Madan Kulkarni CEO of The Meadows Club.

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