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Vol. XIII No.22 - Sunday November 2, 2014 - Saturday November 15, 2014


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Jenny Croyston celebrated her birthday with friends at David’s Kitchen or DK at 909. Owner David arranged a surprise visit from Skĺl friends and committee members to join the small birthday party on Monday, October 20, 2014.


The Chiangmai Health Tourism Club with Nakornping Aphibalkit Nurses Aid School paid a visit to the soon to be opened luxury residence for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s and a hotel for their families, the Swiss owned Vivo Bene in Doi Saket.


Author and creativity guru Stuart Lloyd held a creativity seminar for the staff at 137 Pillars House on as part of the Hotheads Innovation In-House Creativity & Innovation Skills Training Program for hotels & travel industry professionals. General Manager of 137 Pillars House Manfred Ilg said the he and the staff really benefited from the training seminar and really enjoyed hosting the event at 137 Pillars House.


Teachers at Chiang Mai Polytechnic College joined together to honor HM King Rama V for Chulalongkorn Day at the school From left: Mr. Vichan Jutsri, Ms. Duangporn Soonthornsart, Mr. Stuart M. Skversky, Ms. Priyanut Tokrasae, Mr. Narin Techaso and Mr. Suritkorn Kongkaew at the ceremony at the school on Wednesday, October 22, 2014.


T.J. Bouma of AmigoVision Thailand (2nd right) and Rotary International Club of Chiang Mai members visited Magical Light Foundation to distribute glasses to people who had attended the previous eye clinic at the Foundation. Here he is joined by one of the boys who needed glasses and Magical Light Foundation founder Ben Cheong.


Pattavee Pongnonthakul (left), General Manager of Centara Mae Sot Hill Resort welcomed Ploenchit Tungpulsakul (right), Vice President of the Supreme Court on her arrival to stay to the resort in Mae Sot, Tak Province.


General Manager of the Holiday Inn Chiang Mai Stella Jacobs and her team welcomes the famous Thai band Slot Machine to the hotel. The band was in town for a mini-concert at the Good View Chiang Mai restaurant recently.


Partners Chatchai Jullatamara and Arnut Intrachai of Woo Café, Art Gallery and Lifestyle Shop welcome guests to the grand opening party of their newest venture on Charoenrat Road. Woo Café, which is the latest creation of the co-owner of the popular The House & Ginger Café, is set in an old home with cozy spaces and an upstairs art gallery with an eclectic collection of paintings and sculpture. Chat said it was named after the English sound Woo!
 


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