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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

R.I.P. Mike Franklin

Long time Pattaya resident Mike Franklin passed away peacefully at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, January 7, 2009 after a long, brave battle with cancer.
Mike was loving family man, a key member of the Jesters Care for Kids Charity drive, Pattaya Mail contributor for both print and television, golf guru, honorary Jester and perhaps most telling of his character, he was considered a close friend to nearly everyone he met.

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Pattaya blasts into 2009
with thousands of fireworks

Every night throughout the week leading up to the final countdown to 2009, city sponsored fireworks lit up the night sky. Shown here, this reached a crescendo at midnight Dec 31, when many hotels along the beach joined in for a truly spectacular welcome to 2009. Let’s hope the New Year lives up to its welcome.  (Pattaya Mail Photo / Vimolrat Singnikorn)

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Students take free trains to study natural environment


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OUR COMMUNITY

New Harbor Mall celebrates grand opening

The large 500-million-baht Harbor Mall Laem Chabang held a grand opening ceremony on December 19.

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FEATURES

Rotarians unite in campaign march to End Polio Now

It was a parade like no other. No we weren’t looking to topple anything or anyone.

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OUR CHILDREN

Singing for English lessons

Student competitors were in fine voice at Pattaya’s High School Musical Extravaganza 2008, all singing their best notes, not for their supper but for prizes of 100 hours of English-language lessons.

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SPORTS

What price is a child’s smile at Christmas

One hundred golfers took part in the Baan Jing Jai Christmas Scramble at Eastern Star Golf Course on Thursday the December 18.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Silvermover Company, Ltd., was one of just nineteen companies throughout Thailand to receive an award for Excellent Enterprise in the Area of Employment for Persons with Disabilities.

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DINING OUT

Bosco’s Irish Pub

Irish cooking spread throughout the world when families were forced to send their children overseas, following the potato famine of 1845. Bosco’s Irish Pub hasn’t been around that long (in fact it had only been open four months), but the popularity of Irish pubs has remained.

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