Jesters & Canadians treat Kids at the Camillian Social Center to a great day at the park

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On April 24, 2013, the Jesters Care for Kids and the Canadian Jackalope Open sponsored a day out for the Camillian Children living with HIV/AIDS to Siam Park City in Bangkok.

Heading up the team for the Jesters Care for Kids was Lewis “Woody” Underwood, accompanied by Bill Freeman and Earl Kershaw, while the Canadian Jackalope Open was represented by Wayne Ogonoski. This has now become an annual event and long may it continue to be so. This year we were once again very lucky to have bus transport supplied by the Rayong Organization.

The children arrived exactly on time and it was straight into the photos for the website.The children arrived exactly on time and it was straight into the photos for the website.

The children arrived exactly on time and it was straight into the photos for the website. Once the gates were opened, the Camillian staff rounded up the smaller children for a trip to the Small World section while the older ones made their way to the X-Zone and Fantasy World rides. After a trip to the top of the Observation Tower, it was time for our lunch buffet – very well prepared by the Sally Restaurant.

(L to R) Nam Wan presents a plaque of appreciation she made to Bill Freeman, Lewis “Woody” Underwood, and Earl Kershaw from Jesters Care for Kids.(L to R) Nam Wan presents a plaque of appreciation she made to Bill Freeman, Lewis “Woody” Underwood, and Earl Kershaw from Jesters Care for Kids.

Once lunch was finished, the whole group made their way over to the Water Park to spend the rest of the afternoon enjoying the Wave Pool, Speed Slide and Flowing Pool.

Overall, this was another day the kids will remember and we would like to thank the Jesters and Jackalope Open for making this trip possible, the Rayong Organization for providing the bus, the management and staff of Siam Park City and Sally Restaurant for their excellent service and finally, the staff at the Camillian Center the planning and organizing.

So thank too all of you from The Jesters Care for Kids and the Jackalope Canadian Golfing group for once again thinking of our children.

For more information about the center, visit http://www.hiv-aids-kids.org/

Nong (center) presents a plaque of appreciation she made to Wayne Ogonoski representing the Canadian Jackalope Open.Nong (center) presents a plaque of appreciation she made to Wayne Ogonoski representing the Canadian Jackalope Open.

The smile says it all.The smile says it all.

What great fun this is!What great fun this is!

Hold on tight, we’re going for a ride!Hold on tight, we’re going for a ride!

It’s scarier than it looks.It’s scarier than it looks.

Youngsters enjoy riding the horses on the merry-go-round.Youngsters enjoy riding the horses on the merry-go-round.

Sally Restaurant prepared a delicious lunch.Sally Restaurant prepared a delicious lunch.