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Vol. XV No. 2
Friday January 12 - January 18, 2007

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

 

SOCIAL SCENE

Executive Chef Supachai of the Amari Orchid Resort & Tower greets Reiner Calmund “Calli” on his visit to the Mantra Restaurant & Bar recently. Calli is well known for his 27-year stint as manager of the Bayer 04 Leverkusen soccer team in Germany.


 

(Above) In celebration of HM the King’s 60th anniversary of His accession to the throne, the Family and Juvenile court of Chonburi, in cooperation with Colonel Phanuwat Nakwong, commander of the 21st Infantry Regiment of the Queen’s Guard organised a youth training camp aptly named ‘Government and the people join hands to develop Thai youth’. 45 young students attended the programme to prepare them to become upright citizens of the country.


 

Sophin Thappajug (left) is joined by regular guests in pouring a champagne fountain in celebration of the 7th anniversary of the Diana Millennium House recently.


A reception was held at the Montien Hotel, Pattaya recently to celebrate the wedding of Preben Hanson and Saranja Nakhun.


(Left) Malcolm Boden (2nd right) from the Charity Club of Pattaya met up with John Seymour (2nd left) of Northern Thai Reality to present him with a Certificate of Appreciation for being a Platinum Sponsor at the Charity Gala Dinner held recently.


Children of the Sikh faith join in singing kirtans (religious songs) at the Sikh Temple, Pattaya, to honour the anniversaries associated with the lives of the Sikh Gurus, which are referred to as Gurpurabs (festivals). Of these the important ones are the birthdays of Guru Nanak and Guru Govind Singh and the martyrdom days of Guru Arjun Dev and Guru Teg Bahadur.


Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa recently organized outing through its Spirit To Serve program in support of the Sea Turtle Conservation Project at Sattahip Bay. Long-serving Associates were given the unique opportunity to release sea turtles back into their natural habitat. Sattahip Bay is a prime location for sea turtle hatching in Thailand, and the site is protected and maintained by the Royal Thai Navy, and receives ongoing support from the Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa.



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