Lufthansa treats HHN kids to day out

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The Lufthansa Group treated more than 100 children underprivileged children to a day of fun in the sun at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club.
The Lufthansa Group treated more than 100 children underprivileged children to a day of fun in the sun at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club.

The Lufthansa Group treated more than 100 children underprivileged children to a day of fun in the sun at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club.

The airline’s representative Florian Henn and Human Help Network Thailand Director Radchada Chomjinda were welcomed to the Pattaya marina by sailing director Jack Wylde Oct. 5.

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The children, from HHN’s Drop-in Center, ASEAN Education Center and Child Protection and Development Center enjoyed lunch before getting basic swimming lessons, including holding their breath under water.

They also played volleyball and were given instruction on good sportsmanship.

The Lufthansa team planned to stay in Pattaya for a month to study the work of the HHN facilities and its mission to develop at-risk youths. Afterward, executives will recommend whether the airline’s headquarters in Germany should sponsor HHN programs.

Youths and chaperones having fun at the pool.
Youths and chaperones having fun at the pool.
A healthy game of volleyball broke out on the front garden.
A healthy game of volleyball broke out on the front garden.
Florian Henn teaches canoeing to the children.
Florian Henn teaches canoeing to the children.
The children are taught how to sail.
The children are taught how to sail.
Time to get out of the water for a warm lunch.
Time to get out of the water for a warm lunch.

More fun in the pool.
More fun in the pool.