Solemn consecration of name of Villa Hahn on April 02, 2008. The Community4you GmbH celebrates the name consecration of their headquarters at the Handel Road 9. On April 2, the Villa of Community4you receives the Honorable name of Villa Hahn\”GmbH in a ceremony. The name ceremony held Mr. See Patrick Gelsinger for more details and insights. Prof. Dr.
Carl H. Hahn, and the Lord Mayor of the city of Chemnitz, Ms. Barbara Ludwig, under the auspices of the Freeman of the city of Chemnitz of. Interested in Chemnitz citizens, companies and institutions are invited to celebrate the naming of the Villa from 11 o’clock with the Community4you and their guests Handel Strasse 9. Ms. Barbara Ludwig, the brothers Carl H.
and Wolfgang Hahn, as well as other well-known guests from politics and business are expected in addition to the Lord Mayor of the city of Chemnitz. Namesake of the Villa is the former VW Chief Executive Mr. Prof. Dr. Carl H. Hahn. Together with his family, he lived from 1934 to 1945, in the building of Handel. Carl H. Hahn has the history of Volkswagen half a century up to the is Europe’s largest automotive company. He initiated in particular the reconstruction of the Saxon automobile industry after German reunification and belongs to that generation of entrepreneurs who has always lived their political and ethical responsibility. After the family tap at the end of the second world war in the West had fled, the Villa at the City Park in municipal ownership was transferred and became the social facility. in 1954 she served as help boarding school for children with learning difficulties and social peculiarities, later as a Waldorf kindergarten and children’s home. Due to this historical background, the Community4you GmbH would like to use the inauguration to collect funds and to promote socially disadvantaged children in the Chemnitzer land district and to support. Together with the children of Chemnitz Association says: camp for all! \”.\” Thanks to the first donation of Community4you GmbH, children and young people from low-income families during the holidays can travel this summer.