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Friday October 31 - November 6, 2003

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

People throughout the Kingdom join together to pay respects to King Chulalongkorn the Great

District officials, community leaders and residents turned out for the official ceremony in observance of King Chulalongkorn Day held on the morning of October 23 at the Rama V monument of the beloved King of Thailand, located in front of the Banglamung district office building. The ceremony is performed all over Thailand, as October 23 marks the day that the great King passed away in the year 1910.

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3rd annual long boat races to take place November 15 & 16

Provincial, City and local administrations prepare for the big event

The 3rd annual long boat races are set for this coming November 15-16 at the Mabprachan Reservoir, drawing rowers from around the country in the 30 and 50 rower classes to Pattaya in what has become a nationally broadcasted event.

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NEWS

Winners of anti-drug slogan contest awarded


OUR COMMUNITY

Nong Nooch Gardens host elephant buffet to celebrate award

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden Co., Ltd., led by general manager Sodawan Buranasiri, held an elephant buffet at the popular tourist attraction after an awards ceremony was held for receiving a certificate for standard.

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FEATURES

City encourages communities to wipe out narcotics once and for all

End of November target date for eradication

Over 1,000 residents, government officers, police and local business operators and employees attended an address given by Banglamung district chief, Surapol Tiensuwan in front of Pattaya City Hall on Monday afternoon as part of the regional efforts to eradicate narcotics from the district once and for all.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Noraphat Snitwongse Na Ayudhaya, (center) Purchasing Manager of the Montien Hotel, Pattaya, celebrated his birthday recently. Management and staff were on hand to wish him many happy returns.

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SPORTS

TQ Masters ‘Typhooned’ at Plutaluang

A re-scheduled date of Friday November 21 has been set for the 10th TQ Masters Golf Tournament that had to be abandoned at Plutaluang on October 24 due to typhoon weather and the South and East courses becoming unplayable.

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