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Vol. XV No. 22 Friday
June 1 - June 7, 2007
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
Mighty Midget goes home
HTMS Nakha, the last of the WW II vintage LCS class navy
ships, is docked at Laem Tien Pier in Sattahip Naval Base ahead of the transfer
ceremonies before setting off on her final voyage back home to the United States
continued | More News
Chonburi Governor warns of water shortages
Chonburi Governor Pracha Taerat is urging the speedy construction of the new
Klong Luang Reservoir, saying that although water supplies in the province are
plentiful there is a lack of storage capacity for consumer supplies that could
quickly become serious.
Governor Pracha Taerat said that while irrigation water can be obtained from
various sources, the demand for tap water is growing and storage facilities are
limited. Bangpra Reservoir, the only storage area for tap water, can hold only
100 million cubic meters of water.
continued | More News
Temporary works halt flooding problem
at railway road site
Blue... blue, my world is blue
Ingo Raeuber, the effervescent General Manager/Group Operations Manager of the
Jomtien Pinnacle Resorts and Spa threw a party for his staff on May 24, to say a
big thank you to them for their dedication and hard work throughout the years.
continued | More Community
Bundit Uengrangsri brings Jazz and the classics to Pattaya
Sunday June 3 will see internationally famous conductor Bundit
Uengrangsri stage a concert of classical and jazz music at the Alangkarn
continued | More features
Jesters ‘Care For Kids’ 2007 Shifts Into High Gear
As of going to press, there are 101 days to go before the Children’s Fair,
which means the Jesters ‘Care for Kids’ Charity Drive 2007, sponsored by S.J
Lake, now moves into its intensified planning phase and PR program.
More Our Children
Lions’ ping pong contest
a roaring success
My House Stiga Club in good form won the men’s team championship fixed
category at the Lion Youth Ping Pong Competition on May 7.
Two Lions clubs, Pattaya Lions and Naklua Lions, along with the Chonburi
Province Table Tennis Club staged the contest over the period May 5 to 7 at
Pattaya School No 2.
continued | More Sports
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