Vol. IV No. 26 - Saturday June 25 - July 1, 2005
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Villagers torch garbage truck

Protesting villagers in Nong Pakbung burnt a 10-wheel truck and trailer 
loaded with Chiang Mai rubbish. (Photo courtesy Channel 11)

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Rotary Club of Chiang Mai West celebrates 30 years of service

This year, the Rotary Club of Chiang Mai West began its 30th year of service to humanity. After a preliminary meeting in 1974, it began life in 1975. It was the second Rotary club in the city, and a direct offshoot of the city’s original club.

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Prem basketball star makes it to the big leagues

Charmaine Ferguson, a teaching assistant at the Prem Tinsulanonda International School, will be entering university in the United States on a basketball scholarship. 

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Chiang Mai University holds Craft Arts Exhibition

The Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University, organized a “Craft Arts Exhibition”, displaying ceramics and ornaments to run between June 15-28, 2005, at the exhibition room of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University.

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Le Fue JJ Fash on Fire opens

JJ Designer Market zone shops opened their Le Fue JJ Fash on Fire on June 18, featuring a new designer center in Chiang Mai to be known as Creative Fire.

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