Massachusetts Asian American Commission Unity Dinner
Massachusetts Asian American Commission
2009 Unity Dinner
Thursday, May 14th, 2009
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Empire Garden Restaurant
690 Washington Street, Boston, Chinatown
M. Ilyas Bhatti
Entrepreneur, Founder - The Bhatti Group, LLC
To support the Commission's ongoing
"Statewide Needs Assessment of the MA Asian American Community"
"The Asian American Business Owners Needs Assessment Report"
by the Commission's Economic Development Committee
Ticket $80 per person
$800 per table of ten (10)
— Sponsorship Opportunities Available —
For more information, please contact the Asian American Commission
The Massachusetts Asian American Commission is a Non-Partisan State Commission established under Chapter 258 of the Acts of 2006. It is a 21 person body with Commissioners appointed by the Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorney General, State Auditor, Senate President and Speaker of the House. The Commission's mission is to recognize and highlight
the vital contributions of Asian Americans to the social, cultural, economic and political life of the Commonwealth; to identify and address the needs and
challenges facing the residents of Asian ancestry; And to promote the well-being of this dynamic and diverse community and thereby, advance the interests of all persons who call Massachusetts home.
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