Fr. Michael Picharn Jaiseri, vice-president of the Father Ray Foundation, welcomed MP Poramet Ngampichet and Pattaya City Councilman Rattanachai Suthidechanai to the Aug. 4 event.
Fr. Michael Picharn Jaiseri, vice-president of the Father Ray Foundation, welcomes honored guests to the Aug. 4 event.
The event, to which the Foundation’s nearly 3,000 graduates were invited to return to, saw the foundation collect 26 bookings from people wanting to provide lunch for disabled students.
Pattaya City Councilman Rattanachai Suthidechanai addresses the assemblage.
“The ruam nam jai activity is one of the many activities organized for Father Ray’s ninth-year commemoration, a time when we all reminisce his goodness and kindness in having dedicated his entire life in helping the disabled to achieve opportunities, get an education, work and not be a liability of the society,” Rattanachai said.
“All of you are considered to have carried on the hard work of Father Ray to stability, particularly, the former disciples treating lunch today,” he added. “It is much more inspiring to see Father Ray’s children returning to express their loyalties and love to the man and the school.”
Many honored guests and former disciples attend the event.
Students offer their encouragement.