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Around Town

Lamphun Governor Direk Kornkleep, 2nd left, presided over the wedding reception for the bride and groom Wipavee Kruadkaew, 4th left, and Amarin Ruadrew, 3rd right, the daughter of Somporn 2nd right, and Sopin Kruadkaew, right, and the son of Pol Maj Gen Chamnan Ruadrew,left , the commander of Lamphun Provincial Police, and Pol Lt Col Aree Maneewara,3rd left,respectively. A thousand guests turned up to the grand party celebration held late last month at the Empress Hotel Grand Hall of Empress International Conference Center.


At the recent Skal meeting at the Four Seasons Resort, new General Manager for the hotel, Khun Titiya Chooto is joined by Skal President Marc Dumur, Naphat Nutsati, the General Manager of the Tamarind Village Resort and Annette Kunigagon of Eagle House Eco-tours. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)


Phitsanu Thepthong, seated left, Editor of the Chiang Mai Mail, joined Lieutenant Commander Thamnoon Sangkharim, the Director of Sor Tor Ror (Royal Thai Navy Radito) Station based in Chiang Mai and friends, not in the pictureto congratulate Nong Tum, right, Chang PG and a student of Rajamangala University of Technology, Lanna Campus on her birthday. The small party was celebrated at the Tiew Pai Pub near JJ Market.


Chiang Mai Friends met late last month at the Office Plus (opposite Tesco Lotus Chiang Mai-Hang Dong). Dinner for the monthly meeting was catered by Girasole, and the speaker for the evening was Mr. Santisook Weeraoabt, Vice President of Lamphun Chamber of Commerce and Khun Narumon Chomdok of Mahanatee Magazine. Here, members and guests of the Chiang Mai Friends gather for a group photo.


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