Kids, adults compete in country singing, dancing contest

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Teens and adults competed for cash and recognition at the third Pattaya country singing and dancing competition.

The July 13 contest opposite the Grand Sole hotel on Second Road grouped contestants into an under-age 15 category and one for adults.

The singing contest for the general public winner was Wanpen Boonrattavichai who received 6,000 baht and a trophy. First runner-up was Samrerng Thongnak who received 5,000 baht and a trophy, and second runner-up was Kwanjinda Duantaku, who received 4,000 baht and a trophy.

Chonburi MP, Poramet Ngampichet presents a trophy to Thaweesak Raksa from Mathayom 3 student from Pattaya School No. 9, the under-15 Thai traditional dancing contest winner.Chonburi MP, Poramet Ngampichet presents a trophy to Thaweesak Raksa from Mathayom 3 student from Pattaya School No. 9, the under-15 Thai traditional dancing contest winner.

The under-15 Thai traditional dancing contest winner was Thaweesak Raksa, a Mathayom 3 student from Pattaya School No. 9 who received 6,000 baht and a trophy. First runner-up was Phavikorn Chuangpanya from Pattaya school No. 8 who received 5,000 baht and a trophy. The public choice prize went to Surat Thongnak who received 5,000 baht and a trophy.

Chonburi MP, Poramet Ngampichet presents a trophy to first runner-up Phavikorn Chuangpanya from Pattaya School No. 8.Chonburi MP, Poramet Ngampichet presents a trophy to first runner-up Phavikorn Chuangpanya from Pattaya School No. 8.

Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome presents the first prize trophy to singing contest winner Wanpen Boonrattavichai.Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome presents the first prize trophy to singing contest winner Wanpen Boonrattavichai.

Chai yo!  It’s a great night at the contest.Chai yo!  It’s a great night at the contest.

Second runner-up Kwanjinda Duantaku.Second runner-up Kwanjinda Duantaku.

Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome takes a group photo with the participants.Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome takes a group photo with the participants.