The assistant governor of Rotary International District 3360 Charin Adha-on-ake (standing left), accompanied by his Rotarian team from Rotary Club of Chiangmai Airport, presented 23 wheelchairs to Yart Fon Disabled Center, in Mae Taeng District Chiang Mai.

The groom Apichart Kumpakarm (3rd from left) and his bride Ratchaneewan Wongphrachan (4th left), held their wedding reception with the happiness and pride at the Imperial Ballroom, the Empress Hotel. Congratulating the bridal couple are also general manager Kanog Suwannavisutre (5th from right) and his wife (4th from left), of the Empress Hotel.

Lucas Villiger from Darling Wine Pub celebrated his birthday where friends and regular guests helped him to get ‘in the mood’. Darling Wine Pub will be moving soon and everybody wished Lucas even more success for the new project. Shown from left to right: Michael from CMM, Luxamie Dumur, behind her Eddie, in the front David Thomas from Wanna Tours, Lucas the ‘birthday-boy’, Dang and Marc from Australia.

Sir Vorakit Kantakalung (first from right), general secretary, the YMCA of Chiangmai led Japanese volunteers from Kobe YMCA, Ms. Yoshiko Fukuoka (first from left), Ms. Yoko Kawakita (second from left) and Ms. Michiko Nagai (center) to introduce themselves and visit Consul Shigeyuki Suzuki (second from right), Consul for Japan at the Consulate of Japan. Three of them will work on teaching and promoting the cultural exchange at the YMCA Language Institute for two years.

The Amari Rincome Hotel’s general manager, Marc H. Dumur (standing right), organized a farewell party for the outgoing sous chef, Wuttidech Arrin, who resigned from the hotel, and human resource’s manager, Mr. Jean.

Chukiat Wattanakoon (4th from right), manager of AIS, Northern region, presented a 200,000 baht air-conditioned traffic control booth to Mae Sai Police Station. Receiving the booth were the Pol Lt Col Wichien Chumchit (5th from right), the police inspector for drug prevention and suppression, and Mae Sai Police team.

(Above) Pornthep Artthakitpaisan (left) from Central Airport Plaza department stores welcomed Chiang Mai’s Most Outstanding Lady 2003 Ms. Chalinee Sridachakul (2nd left), who is also the chairperson of San Kamphaeng Career Training and Promotion Center, who visited Lanna clothes shops to help inspect and preserve Thai northern dressing at Northern Village, 1st floor of the Plaza.