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North Gate Jazz Co-op held a party to launch the book of one of it’s co-owners, Pharadon ‘Por’ Phonamnuai (far right). With him are friends and fellow musicians who joined in the party to celebrate the new book. (Photo courtesy of CityNow!)

The ladies of the Chiang Mai Expat Club held their monthly informal lunch at the Grandview Hotel’s buffet. They hold the lunch every second Thursday of the month with a formal event held at various venues around the city that are listed in the Community Happenings Calendar.

On June 22, 2012, the U.S. Embassy Bangkok and the U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai in collaboration with the Chiang Mai Provincial Office, launched a U.S. Speaker Program on “Water Management and Mitigation Practices in the United States” by Mr. Thomas Donaldson at Chiang Mai Hill Hotel. The program, joined by Acting Consul General Elizabeth Susie Pratt and Deputy Governor Worakan Yokying (seen here with Mr. Donaldson) drew government officials and representatives from the Governor House, Chiang Mai Municipality Office, Regional Irrigation Office, Hydrology and Water Management Center, Natural Resources and Environmental Office, local government offices, Disaster Relief Unit, and leading engineering schools. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai)

The Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai, led by George Baird, the general manager, the management team and colleagues from the Sales and Marketing Division, hosted the “Cocktail Night Thank You Party” to offer thanks and to strengthen the hotel’s relationships with government agencies, enterprises and corporate organisations in Chiang Mai. The event took place at Silapa Thai Lounge and Bar on the first floor of Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai.

Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn was joined by administration officials and Deputy Mayors to distribute powdered infant formula and funds to indigent and disadvantaged families from around Chiang Mai. Funds were distributed to 45 people to help their children attend school and have more opportunities.

The latest Slim Up Center held a fashion show at Central Airport Plaza at the end of June, with residents joining the Aden Australia owner, Slim Up Chiang Mai manager and event organizer Jojo at the event which saw many fit young men parade on stage to the delight on the female crowd watching the show.

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