Vol. XI No. 33
Friday August 15 - August 21, 2003
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Hundreds of loyal subjects gather to honor HM the Queen
Grand merit making ceremony held for HM the Queen’s birthday
At 6 a.m. last Saturday, August 9, as most of Pattaya was either sleeping or just going to bed, over 500 people gathered on Pattaya Second Road in front of Mike Shopping Mall to participate in a grand merit making ceremony, complete with 73 monks, to pay their respects to HM the Queen on the occasion of her birthday on August 12.
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Provincial governments to be run as businesses beginning next year
Provincial governors to become “CEOs”
Times are changing and apparently the government has realized it! Over 30 senior provincial officers attended a 2-day seminar on the plans to restructure government procedures and positions to make local government more efficient.
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HRH Princess Soamsawali presents Mother of the Year Awards to women in Chonburi
The German Language Business Club “steels” a look at GSS
The German Language Business Club met recently for their lunch meeting at the Benjarong Restaurant of the Royal Wing. Delicious food and first class wines (sponsored by Ambrose wines) raised the spirits of the many guests, which was the soft part.
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Pattaya Environmental Rehabilitation Project
Last June the Skål Club of Pattaya and East Thailand, supported by a committee comprising of both the public and private sector appointed by the governor of Chonburi, sent in their bid for the Skål Ecotourism Awards 2003.
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Chanyuth Hengtrakul, advisor to the minister of tourism and sport, along with Wichai Rodpia, Pattaya city council member and Atthasit Chuea-Chuchat, general manager of Sophon Cable TV were all invited to join a birthday party for Rungthong Nutara, Rayong Transport Company, which was held at the Hard Rock Cafe in Pattaya.
More Social Events
International Lawn Bowling competition comes to Pattaya
The Bowling Green, the only Lawn Bowls Club in Thailand outside of Bangkok was host to an international competition last weekend. Players from the Hidden Vale Sports Club in the Philippines which included national and ASEAN Games players and the Royal Bangkok Sports Club with members of the Thai National team battled it out on the turf with local teams in a Pattaya Sports Club supported competition totaling 42 people in 14 teams.
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