Pattaya Education Department staffers and city politicians helped the founder of the Rotary Club of Pattaya-Jomtien’s Happiness Camp volunteer-teaching program celebrate her 63rd birthday.
Kasemsuk “Auntie Sai” Pamornsatit received well wishes from department Director Wannapa Wannasri, Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome, former City Councilman Adison Phonlookin, and former Rotary District 3340 Gov. Pratheep Malhotra Feb. 16 at Pattaya School No. 7.
Kasemsuk “Auntie Sai” Pamornsatit thanks all her friends for helping her celebrate her birthday.
More than 160 people turned out to enjoy singing and dancing, a show from Pattaya School No. 9 students, and a video called “Our Stories Shared.”
Kasemsuk started the Happiness Camp in 2000 as a collaboration between the Rotary Club of Pattaya-Jomtien and private-sector to train teachers and students with Buddhist lessons to be used in daily life to increase their potential. After stepping away from academics, she is now returning to volunteering on the city Academic Committee as a volunteer teacher.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome wishes Aunty Sai and happy birthday, good health and to always work with Pattaya City.
Pattaya School No. 9 students perform a lovely Thai traditional dance.
Many, many friends turn up to wish “Auntie Sai” a very happy birthday.