The Society of Danube Swabians of Chicago is a German ethnic and charitable, educational, cultural society whose original members are mainly immigrants who came to the United States after WWII. The Society was formed to keep the traditions, culture and German language alive among its members and to foster among its youth a sense of pride in their heritage.


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Dear Chicago Donauschwaben family,

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, most of us are doing our part to help the crisis by staying inside,  wearing masks and socially distancing ourselves from others.  However, many of our family and friends are called to perform different services, one that puts them and their families in harm's way or one that had to be recreated to accommodate the emergency situation.  We are, of course, referring to the men and women whose job is essential to helping us through this crisis. This includes but is not limited to Police, Firefighters, Paramedics/EMT's, Nurses, Doctors, Grocery store clerks, hospital workers, postal workers,  trucks drivers, food deliverers, teachers in virtual classrooms and mental health counselors.

We would like to honor these individuals in a special way by printing their names in the upcoming issue of the Nachrichten.  Please send us their full name and photo to Nachrichten.chicago@gmail.com by April 20th


We want to honor all those who are on the forefront and working hard to keep our world going. The world is not standing still, and there are so many heros out there who are still working hard for all of us. Thank you.

Marianne Strumberger,
President

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If you shop at Amazon you can help us by using the link below to shop at AmazonSmile instead – same merchandise and same prices! The difference is that Amazon will make a 0.5%  donation to the Danube Swabian Fund for almost every dollar you spend. Please post link to your followers on Facebook.  

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