The Chiang Mai community of
Thais and Expats came in force to support the charity event.
A beast amongst beauties,
Andrew Harrison, GM Four Seasons, surrounded by his wife Francette, Eleanor
Hardy, GM the Chedi, Karen Maddison and Joyce Barnes.
No party is complete without
the legendary king of rock ‘n’ roll, including the Elvis Legacy compliments
of Payap University.
‘The Party’ what’s missing
here, birdie num num?
British Ambassador H.E. David
and Gwendolyn Fall are flanked by (l-r) Vilas Rujiwatanapong, Vice Governor
of Chiang Mai, Wachara Tantranont (Chairman of the Committee) Bea Camp, US
Consul General, David Summer and Pim from City life.
Wachara Tantranont presents
the huge cheque to Professor Juergen Zimmer. Others in picture include (l-r)
Varunee Tantcheevasombat, Sakawdeun Okawa, Khaekhai Maimaethee, Mary Berbae,
Milton Owens, Goy, Youthin Sommanonont, Dominque Leutwiler and Piyanuch.
John Morgan with the
delightful Angele from D2
John Wright cheers the Money
Barometer on. John and his business partner John Rees very generously
donated a 3-night stay at their villa in Phuket as an auction item.
The dynamic Trio, David Brown,
Tom Sexton and Milton Owens.
Fellowship for a good cause
brings out the best in people.
It is good to see the
community get together for such a worthwhile project.
At a party held at Hillside Plaza & Condotel 4 Chiang Mai on February 16,
the Charity Rooftop Committee presented by Wachara Tantranont, presented a
cheque for 1,055,000.00 baht to The School For Life, Huay Hong Krai Royal
Development Study Centre.
Fagal (GM of the Amari Rincome) and his wife Pinkaew having a swell time.
The money was raised at the 3rd Charity Rooftop Party on the January 13. As
in the last two years, this 3rd annual party was a complete sell-out with
over 400 distinguished guests attending amongst whom were H.E. David fall,
the British Ambassador and Vilas Rujiwatanapong Vice Governor of Chiang Mai.
Part of the funds will be used to build a dormitory for 50 boys and part
will be will be used towards the youth camp where other deprived children
and orphans can go for a short holiday at The School For Life.
The School for Life was founded in 2002 as the “House for Aids Orphans”, but
later children from hill tribe villages, street children and some orphaned
by the tsunami joined. By acknowledging their right to happiness, offering
them a new home, and providing them a first-class education, the School for
Life gives them hope.
The School for Life is a non-profit organization that serves education and
community development. The school provides primary education of mixed levels
and ages. The educational program has been developed by the Office of the
Basic Education Commission. Foreign volunteers are accepted to work as
teachers and helpers.
The Committee thanks all those companies and individuals who helped raise
the money by donating prizes, attending the party and buying raffle tickets.
The 4th Annual Rooftop party will be held at Hillside 4 Huay Kaew Road on 12
January 2008. If anyone has any suggested beneficiaries please contact:
Steve Yarnold, e-mail: steve_ email@example.com by August 2007.