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XII No.14 - Sunday July 14  - Saturday July 27, 2013

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City holds workshop to prevent disease in schools

Member of Parliament Tassanee Buranupakorn presented the certificate of commendation to the head of Sirimangkalanusorn School for their success in keeping their nursery school disease free. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)

The Chiang Mai Municipality held a workshop on June 27, 2013 in conjunction with Nakornping Hospital to train teachers and school personnel in how to control and spot diseases as well as training in emergency first aid treatment in case of accidents.
Tassanee Buranupakorn, Member of Parliament for Chiang Mai chaired the workshop that included two lectures on childhood diseases and how to keep nurseries and schools disease free. Additionally Sirimangkalanusorn School received a certificate for its nursery being disease free.
MP Tassanee noted that the rainy season saw the prevalence of diseases such as foot & mouth, dengue fever and influenza and that teachers and school personnel needed to increase awareness for spotting and having these illnesses treated quickly, especially in the higher risk age groups such as those under 5 years old.

Promenada opens [email protected]

Biggest indoor children’s park in the North

CEO of ECC International, developer of the Promenada Resort Mall Tjeer Kwant joins Yang Su and Surachet Kuewanchai in presenting Deputy Governor Adisorn Kamnerdsiri with the scholarhip check.

By Nopniwat Krailerg
[email protected] opened on July 6, 2013 with Chiang Mai Deputy Governor Adisorn Kamnerdsiri presiding over the opening ceremony at 2nd Building B at the Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai. With him were Surachet Kuewanchai and Mr. Yang Su of the Board of Asia Delta International Co., Ltd.
Mr. Yang Su said that, [email protected] is a new experience for children in Chiang Mai; a childrens park on 1,300 square meters including 600 square meters indoors with 6 activity rooms. The games and equipment were made to develop children’s abilities and help them to learn how to make new relationships. [email protected] is open every day from 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Surachet Kuewanchai noted that the 6 activity rooms are created with different styles such as the Princess Room, Knights Room, Space Room, Kitchen Room, Art & Science Room and Music & Magic Room. [email protected] also offers a [email protected] Scholarship of 100,000 baht per year for needy children.

Central Pattana donates sports equipment to Wat Don Chan School

Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport personnel joined Central Pattana Public Company Vice President of Property Management Orachorn Chantarawiwattana (2nd Front Left), and Tanatchaporn Pongyen (3rd Front Left) General Manager of Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport in presenting donations to Wat Don Chan abbot Phra Kru Prachanardmunee for the school there. The abbot received donations of sports equipment as part of Central Pattana company’s program “Cultivating Wisdom CPN Thailand” to promote education for youth in Thailand.

HEADLINES [click on headline to view story] :

City holds workshop to prevent disease in schools

Promenada opens [email protected]

Central Pattana donates sports equipment to Wat Don Chan School



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