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Friday October 14 - October 20, 2005

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Children stage charity ballet performance

Project underway to assist schools in the three strife-torn southern provinces

Children stage charity ballet performance

Suchada Tupchai

Children attending the Dance Studio School staged a charity ballet performance at Tiffany Theater on October 2, with parents and visitors there to watch performances from Swan Lake and Chicago.

The opening of the event was presided over by Chonburi MP for region 6 Chanyuth Hengtrakul, Malinee Inchat, MP for Srisaket province, and Suranit Artrit, deputy director of education for Chonburi region 3.

Director of the Dance Studio School Dutduen Ruengwettiwong said that this is the second year the school has staged a charity performance. This yearís proceeds will go to the YWCA (Bangkok-Pattaya Center) for childrenís food projects around Pattaya and surrounding areas, and other charitable activities.

Before commencement of the performance, certificates were presented to those who graduated from the Royal Academy of Dance in the United Kingdom this year.

Chanyuth Hengtrakul, Chonburi MP region 6 presents certificates to graduates of the Royal Academy of Dance 2005.

Malinee Inchat, MP of Srisaket province presents certificates to graduates of jazz dance 2005.

Suranit Artrit, the deputy director of education Chonburi Region 3 and Dutduen Ruengwettiwong, director of Dance Studio School pose for a photo with the children

Students give an exciting performance of Chicago.

The girls obviously enjoy performing Chicago.

Students perform the beautiful Swan Lake.


Project underway to assist schools in the three strife-torn southern provinces

The problem of terrorism in three border provinces with the destruction of public and private property and over 60 schools is affecting everyone there.

To show its support, Chonburi province in cooperation with the government and private sector has set up the School Assistance Project for the three border provinces to help schoolchildren affected by the unrest resulting from the terrorist activities and the burning of schools.

Pattaya City invites the public and private sectors as well as the general public who wish to help to do so by donating at Krung Thai Bank, via account number 376-0-06763-8.

The project administrators will deliver donations to the Office of Basic Education of the Ministry of Education on October 13 and 20.



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