Politicians sporting high fashion and musical performances highlighted a Children’s Day fundraiser for the Banglamung Red Cross.
Red Cross President Nuanjan Saeng-Uthai, in her last official role before moving to Chonburi, hosted the Jan. 15 affair at The Zign hotel. Nuanjan’s husband, Chawalit, took over the Chonburi Permanent Secretary post earlier this month.
Culture Minister Sonthaya Kunplome, MPs Santsak and Poramet Ngampichet, and Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome were among the community leaders attending the charity singing and fashion show. Everyone attending donated 5,000-10,000 baht each.
Proceeds from the event were added to the Red Cross unit’s reserve fund to aid the needy during disasters, as well as fund social missions.
Beautiful models treading the catwalk in the latest fashions are always a big hit at events like this.
Chonburi MP Poramet Ngampichet, wearing a handsome Thai outfit that he modeled in the fashion show, dances with guests.
Sonthaya & Sukumol Kunplome perform a duet during the charity fund raiser.
Youngsters also strut the catwalk modeling the latest high end children’s wear.
During her last night as Red Cross president, Nuanjan Saeng-Uthai (center) dances with husband Chaowalit, who took over the Chonburi Permanent Secretary post earlier this month.
Chanyuth Hengtrakul woos the ladies and receives flowers during his performance.
Professional dancers perform the “Kapok”, a northern Thai traditional dance.
Guests take to the dance floor during the Red Cross fundraiser at the Zign Hotel, Pattaya.