Lions Club hosts singing contest for Queen’s birthday

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The Lions Club of Pattaya Taksin invited youngsters to compete to see who could sing HM the Queen the best birthday wishes in a contest at Central Marina shopping center.
The Lions Club of Pattaya Taksin invited youngsters to compete to see who could sing HM the Queen the best birthday wishes in a contest at Central Marina shopping center.

The Lions Club of Pattaya Taksin invited youngsters to compete to see who could sing HM the Queen the best birthday wishes in a contest at Central Marina shopping center.

Pattaya City Manager Chanatpong Sriviset was the emcee at the Aug. 5 event co-sponsored by the Thai Red Cross.

Club President Thawatchai Preakpipat also invited those attending to give blood for the occasion.

The contest, which also awarded prizes for the best dancers, was split into primary- and secondary-school levels.

The primary school country music singing champ was Promrata Kitpattanawan of Pattanavej Suksa School in Rayong. Ansayaphon Budthijak of Pattaya School No. 3 and Patcharaphon Nisaidee of School No. 6 finished second and third, respectively. Consoldation prizes went to Patcharathiwa Thiengchad of Phramahatai School in Chonburi and Nattaphon Paiboon of Phra­mahatai School in Chonburi.

The secondary school singing winners was Benyapa Suwanchairob of Chonkan­yanukul School in Chonburi, with Pakamard Saysantie of Phramahatai School and Worawan Phokoh of Mathayom Wat Sing School in Bangkok placing second and third. Consolation prizes went to Chattraphon Badan of Banglamung School and Jutathip Nonthijan of Cham­pangamwittayakom School in Chachengchao.

The top dancers in primary school came from Pattaya School No. 3, Thetsaban Tambon School in Laem Cha­bang, and Pattaya School No. 6.

The school secondary level dance prizes were Chamnan­samakkeewittaya School in Rayong, Banglamung School, and Pattaya School No. 3. Consolation prizes went to Mathayom Wat Sing and Champangamwittayakom School.