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Vol. XIII No. 41
Friday October 14 - October 20, 2005
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Jumbo sweep rounds up 9 elephants for begging on city streets
Impounded pachyderms will be deported
elephants that were caught included young elephants, which were sent to Pattaya
Elephant Village by any means possible.
continued | More News
by lightning while asleep under tree
Rescue workers of the Rochana Thamsatthan Foundation in
Sattahip were called out on October 5 to attend to a woman who had been struck
by a lightning bolt near the beach road entrance to the Strategic Fleet Naval
At the scene, the team found the motionless Mrs Thanachaphorn
Saisri, a 26-year-old Sattahip resident. She had suffered severe burns to her
body and right hip. The rescue team took her to Queen Sirikit Hospital.
continued | More
Keep Pattaya Clean campaign part of enhancing international image
Balancing the body’s systems through eating vegetarian food
Vegetarian food is organic in nature and when eaten over
a long period balances the body, giving it the ability to expel poisons and
waste. It also improves the blood circulation and digestive system.
continued | More Community
Charity Club of Pattaya, Freemasons and Skålleagues raise funds for charity
The Charity Club of Pattaya held its annual Charity
Gala Dinner, Grand Prize Draw and Auction at the Dusit Resort Pattaya on
Saturday October 1.
continued | More Features
Pattaya Fire and Rescue Department trained staff from
the Grand Sole Hotel on how to deal with emergency situations,
especially the way to tackle fire. The training was held at the hotel
compound after the lecture was completed.
More Social Events
Seaboard FC gain hard fought victory
Seaboard FC secured another 3 points on Saturday with a
4-2 victory over an impressive German All Stars team. The Germans traveled
from Bangkok with a large squad and were determined to get their first
points of the season against a Seaboard side riding high after their victory
last week in Bangkok.
continued | More Sports
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