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Vol. XIV No. 43
Friday October 27 - November 2, 2006
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Parade, benevolent donations begin Pattaya’s Vegetarian Festival
Former Chonburi MP Chanyuth
Hengtrakul (left), former senator Santsak Ngampiches (3rd left), Mayor Niran
Wattanasartsathorn (4th left) and other well-known figures help to create a
large pan of celestial fried rice to start this year’s Vegetarian Festival. The
festival runs through Oct. 31.
continued | More News
25 households moved to make way for drainage project
households around the Nok Grayang canal have been relocated so that drainage
pipes can be laid through the area to help alleviate flooding in Naklua.
Members of Pattaya City Council District 1, led by councilor Banlue
Kullavanijaya and accompanied by Mayor Niran Wattanasartsathorn on October 10
went to supervise the clearing of the land, which belongs to Wat Chong Lom.
continued | More News
Pattaya has enough water to last through mid-2007 says Waterworks Authority
Lions Clubs stage car rally to raise funds for encyclopedias
Eleven Lions Clubs from Regions 6 and 7 organized a rally of over 30 cars on October 9, starting at Chonburi City Hall and ending at Pattaya City Hall, the objective being to raise funds to supply Thai encyclopedias to schools in Chonburi.
continued | More Community
Royal Cliff Beach Resort celebrates induction into the coveted Travel Hall of Fame
A touch of glamour descended on the Siam Ballroom of the
Royal Cliff Beach Resort in Pattaya, October 12 when 650 high profile members of
the travel and tourism industry converged at the 17th TTG Travel Awards 2006
Ceremony and Gala Dinner.
continued | More features
Plutaluang Rotary hosts nationwide youth leadership awards
Plutaluang Rotary Club was the organizer and host of the 15th Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), presented at the Royal Thai Marine Corps Training Center in Sattahip.
More Our Children
Smyth, not Smith, ‘Masters’ the TQ
Bob and Woody’s Annual Cocktail Party was held at the
well-manicured Eastern Star Resort again this year. Proximity and conditioning
made it a popular choice of venue, and the weather cooperated.
continued | More Sports
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