Soul fans hit the dance floor for local children’s charity

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Pattaya Soul Club held another of its popular ‘Souled Out’ nights on April 4, this time at a new venue, the Lion Pub on soi 17.

This was the Club’s ninth event since its inception about two and a half years ago and in that time it has built up a loyal following and organizers have expanded the theme to include not just the Northern Soul movement but also Tamla Motown & worldwide Soul music.

This event attracted over 150 music fans that came along and enjoyed the iconic sounds from the past along with the free-flowing wine, cider and San Miguel beer.

Some new faces for Souled Out included Pattaya Mail’s very own Dr Iain.

The sponsors for this event were Riviera, CEA project logistic, Thomas Heal, Indian By Nature, the Lion Pub and Apple Honey co, Ltd who provided the cider and punch.

Eva Johnson and Earl Brown are the driving force behind the Club and for this event they changed the beneficiary to ‘Take Care Kids’, which is a non-profit organization that has been established in Pattaya for nine years.  They work with orphans and destitute children or those suffering from social difficulties, and aim to improve the quality of their lives by relieving poverty and providing medical care.

Earl Brown (left), co-founder of the Pattaya Soul Club, with friend and helper Gloria Jones.Earl Brown (left), co-founder of the Pattaya Soul Club, with friend and helper Gloria Jones.

The latest ‘Souled Out’ night raised 50,000 baht for the ‘Take Care Kids’ charity and this will enable them to continue doing their good work here in Pattaya.

‘Souled Out’ will return again in three months time and details will be announced closer to the event.  For more information checkout the Club’s popular facebook page: www.facebook.com/PattayaSoulClub.

Club co-founder Eva Johnson, smiling as ever.Club co-founder Eva Johnson, smiling as ever.

Models Rina Marina and Ivy Casnovy add some glamour to the evening.Models Rina Marina and Ivy Casnovy add some glamour to the evening.

Guests soak up the sound of soul... and the cider.Guests soak up the sound of soul… and the cider.

Eva Johnson (left) and Earl Brown (right) present a cheque for 50,000 baht to the children and organizers of the Take Care Kids charity.Eva Johnson (left) and Earl Brown (right) present a cheque for 50,000 baht to the children and organizers of the Take Care Kids charity.

Soul fans hit the dance floor for local children’s charity

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