Saiful A Siddique, Michigan (US)
The gala award ceremony for the winners of three sports tournaments, organised and participated by Bangladeshi Americans living in the US state of Michigan, is scheduled to be held on on November 4, 2018 at Wylie E Groves High School, Beverly Hills, Michigan.
The award ceremony of the three tournaments – cricket, volleyball and football – is being organised by Michigan Bengals (MB), a non-profit organisation of Bangladeshi-origin Americans from Michigan.
MB is organising this event for the Award Ceremony for Michigan Bengals (MB) members who delivered an extraordinary performance in sports as well as community services in 2018.
The event will also include cultural program and annual dinner for MB members, associate Teams, and guests. They are expecting over 300 professional families from greater metro Detroit Bangladeshi American Community. Registration is open, RSVP by October 26 to confirm seat in Gala.
First ever Michigan Bengals Cup Cricket and Tournament was organised on May 6, 2018 at Troy Civic Center, Michigan and Volleyball Tournament on September 16 at Millennium Park, Northville, Michigan.
Six teams with more than hundred cricketers from the Greater Detroit took part in the cricket competition. In the volleyball tournament, five teams with more than fifty players participated. Beside the two tournaments, Michigan Bengals organised a summer youth soccer camp with the participation of more than thirty boys and girls from Michigan Bangladeshi community.
All participants in these three events were Bangladeshi Americans.
The tournaments marked with amazing players, exceptional teamwork and a demonstration of the collective skills of the Bangladeshi community. In the gala ceremony, classic Indian singer Laxmi preethi is scheduled to perform.
From Bangladesh, Shimul Yousuf, Suravi Banik, Zara Anwar, Amita Mridha, Eamy’s Dance group, MAruf-Raadia, Rossi-Sharmin will also perform in the program.
Lunch buffet will start from 3pm, Cultural program stars on 5pm.
Led by the Executive Team of Saif Siddique, Rossi Mir, Kawshik Ahmed, Hasan Khan, Rahat Khan, Amin Sharfuzzaman (Pulak) and the captains of all associate teams, the events provided Bangladeshis with the opportunity to come together as a community through the games.
Michigan Bengals is a non-profit organisation mostly managed and run by young and energetic automotive engineers who organizes sporting events, free sports camps for kids, promotes cultural diversity by organising programs and serves under privileged people in the community throughout Detroit metropolitan area.