Rotarians are not only well known for their good acts of service in their communities by implementing thousands of humanitarian projects for the benefit of the underprivileged, but also for the warm fellowship that they enjoy amongst themselves.
It is traditional that Rotary clubs organize what they call fellowships every so often to invite Rotarians not only from their own clubs but also friends from the neighboring clubs for an evening of togetherness to share their ideas and plan for new projects to serve humankind.
President Niwat Anuchalakom (4th left) with members of the Rotary Club of Plutaluang donate their collective contributions to PDG Premprecha Dibbayawan (5th left) the District Rotary Foundation Chair.
Activities include honoring worthy Rotarians for their contributions to the Rotary Foundation whereby those contributions are reflected directly to the welfare of our societies, induction of new members into the world’s foremost service organization and arranging birthday celebrations for members and their loved ones whose birthdays fall during this period.
Past District Governor Thongchai Lortrakanon inducts Sathienpong Khumnon as the newest member of the Rotary Club of Pattaya.
The Rotary Club of Pattaya under the leadership of President Prasit Jariyapongsakul held one such festival of friendship on Monday August 29, whereby almost 200 Rotarians from in and around Pattaya attended.
As is tradition at all Rotary functions, there is always an opportunity to raise funds for the benefit of Rotary’s humanitarian projects and this occasion was no different. Organized by Past District Governor Premprecha Dibbayawan, a myriad of prizes were given away to the lucky winners.
Two new members, namely Kjell Gundersen and Sathienpong Khumnon, were inducted into the Rotary Club of Pattaya by Past District Governor Thongchai Lortrakanon, which was a happy moment for the service organization. In addition, President Niwat Anuchalakom of the Rotary Club of Plutaluang led his members to make a collective donation to the Rotary Foundation, which was also a positive sign to say that the future of underprivileged children is safe and sound.
David and Sumaree were the lucky winners of the draw and receive their prize from President Prasit Jariyapongsakul.