Naowarat Khakhay

The Pattaya Women’s Development Group will continue its vocational-training workshops for members next year, supplementing courses on handicrafts with English lessons.
The Pattaya Women’s Development Group continued its vocational-training for members, offering a crafts making workshop. President Naowarat Khakhay led the May 26 course for about 400 women. The event focused on creating handicrafts such as silk pots, wicker, stitching, herbs and other materials.
The Pattaya Women’s Development Group will continue its vocational-training workshops for members this year, offering courses in Thai dance, basket-weaving, jar-painting and decoupage.
More than 50 women learned decoupage and pineapple carving as the Pattaya Women’s Development Group offered occupational training to members.
The Pattaya Women’s Development Group donated Thai encyclopedias to students at Pattaya School No. 8. Group President Naowarat Khakhay presented 25 encyclopedias to Principal Aaporn Rajsingho on the school’s founder’s day, Sept. 26. About 80 club members also provided lunch to the 2,000 students.
Naowarat Khakhay was elected president of the Thai Women’s Empowerment Fund, which will offer low-interest loans to help women develop skills and careers.

Seaton Foundation makes merit for Songkran

Thursday, 12 April 2012 09:15
The Seaton Foundation celebrated the Thai New Year a bit early, inviting monks to make merit and throwing a luncheon party for kids at its Baan Phra Khun Child Development Center and Soi Kophai neighborhood residents.
The Pattaya Ladies Development Group hosted lunch for 420 residents of the Garunyawet Foundation for Persons with Disabilities and aided the home with a donation of 20,000 baht.
Plans 2012 activities The Pattaya Ladies Development Group plans to continue its work for the disadvantaged in 2012 with projects ranging from lunch for the disabled to motivational talks for teens.
The Greater Pattaya area celebrated summer’s double Buddhist holiday, partaking in traditional ceremony for Asalaha Bucha Day then lighting up candles for Khao Phansa, also known as Buddhist Lent.