Father Ray kids play on ITL Sports Health Day

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Fr. Michael Picharn Jaiseri, C.Sc.R. Vice-President of Fr. Ray Foundation, welcomes benefactors and guests to the day’s sporting events.
Fr. Michael Picharn Jaiseri, C.Sc.R. Vice-President of Fr. Ray Foundation, welcomes benefactors and guests to the day’s sporting events.

Pattaya tennis players and charity groups came together to give disabled and disadvantaged children a day of fun, games and exercise.

Mark Kolenberg of the Pattaya Tennis Lovers Club and Bernardo Diaz from the Panamanian embassy hosted the 3rd International Tennis Lovers Sport Health Day for Kids at Redemptorist Vocational College Dec. 19.

Kids were taught the basics of tennis, but also got to play or practice basketball and taekwondo with indoor activities organized for disabled youths.

Charity groups also did their part, donating clothing, food and snacks.

Among those donating were the Lions Clubs International, Rotary International, Iris Society of Thailand, AIA Insurance, Alliance Francais Bangkok, Kaan Singha D’Luck, Greta Resort and Sport Club Pattaya, AU GSB Debate Club, MACOO Coffee Dietary Supplement Product, Wellness Solution and Epicure Catering Co.

The Pattaya Tennis Lovers Club, Panamanian embassy and a host of sponsors donated clothing, food and snacks.
The Pattaya Tennis Lovers Club, Panamanian embassy and a host of sponsors donated clothing, food and snacks.
Pattaya tennis players and charity groups came together to give disabled and disadvantaged children a day of fun, games and exercise.
Pattaya tennis players and charity groups came together to give disabled and disadvantaged children a day of fun, games and exercise.
Kids were taught the basics of tennis, but also got to take part in other activities organized for youths.
Kids were taught the basics of tennis, but also got to take part in other activities organized for youths.
Learning how to play from a member of the Pattaya Tennis Lovers Club.
Learning how to play from a member of the Pattaya Tennis Lovers Club.