Vol. III No. 44 - Saturday October 30 - November 5 2004
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SOCIAL SCENE

President Yuttana Narunatwongsakul from the Rotary Club Chiangmai South welcomed Miss Olivia Katherine Wallace, Youth Exchange student from the Rotary Club of Eureka Springs, District 6610, USA. At the same time, Rotarian Chattrakarn Chareonwong from the Rotary Club of Chiangmai South exchanged views with the Rotary Club of State College Downtown, PA, USA.

Atsushi Hatakenaka (center), vice president of the Japan International Cooperation Agency is seen presenting some souvenirs to one of the disabled youths at the NPO Saori-Hiroba Thai program office during his observation and visit to the program office in Chiang Mai on October 27.

Chiang Mai deputy governor, Prinya Panthong (second left) and Jumpol Chutima (first left), president of the Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce, welcome H.E. Ambassador Jorg Al Reding (center) and H.E. Hans-Peter Erismann (second right), the Swiss Ambassador to Thailand.

Many smiling faces were seen at the Thank You Lunch after the first Chiang Mai Symphony Orchestra concert (CMM Vol II, Issue 41). Khunying Bupphan Nimmanahaeminda invited all sponsors and donors and the 52 musicians who had made it possible and supported the New Life Foundation. Khunying Bupphan thanked everybody for their time and energy in this very successful charity concert.

The Vegetarian Festival was celebrated at Kad Luang Airport, Central Airport Plaza, Chiang Mai, where the vegetarian food was made available for tasting.

Pratheep Malhotra, chairman of the Board (not pictured) and Michael Vogt (2nd right), managing director of Chiangmai Mail, announced the appointment of Nopniwat Krailerg (3rd from left) as the company’s new deputy editor during the Chiangmai Mail second year anniversary party. Congratulating Nopniwat are the editorial staff, Autsadaporn Kamthai, and Saksit Meesubkwang. We wish him prosperity and good luck in the future.

Orawan Rattanamany (center), THAI’s department manager of airport ticketing offices welcomed 50 children with leukemia from Siriraj Hospital, as well as doctors and nurses, in the “THAI Flies Kids to See Pandas Project”.

 


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