To Be No. 1 judges visit Chonburi

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Students welcome judges from the To Be No. 1 foundation upon their arrival in Chonburi to inspect local projects gearing for the annual competitions.
Students welcome judges from the To Be No. 1 foundation upon their arrival in Chonburi to inspect local projects gearing for the annual competitions.

Judges from the To Be No. 1 foundation inspected Chonburi’s local projects as the group prepares for its annual competitions.

Gov. Pakarathorn Thienchai welcomed Labor Ministry chief inspector Wichai Kong­rattanachart, Community Development Office inspector Sinchai Tanomsin, Paiboon Tasaku and Pramote Kengpol to the provincial hall June 27.

The group came to Chon­buri to observe operations of Chonburi’s To Be No. 1 efforts, inspect the foundation’s eastern regional coordination center and visit the To Be No. 1 Market at the province’s Provincial Public Health Department.

Pakarathorn said Chonburi is grateful to HRH Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya for founding the To Be No. 1 group, which campaigns for drug prevention and problem solving.

He said the province has numerous projects, such as dancercise competitions, school-based counseling centers and youth clubs.