Pattaya Mail turns 15
Vol. XVI No. 12 Friday
March 21 - March 27, 2008
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
in BMW blaze
Arson is suspected as the cause of this blaze off Thepprasit
continued | More News
An elephant entertaining tourists on the beach during the afternoon of March 8
suddenly became enraged and injured a woman tourist before running into the sea.
Officers from Banglamung Police Station and rescue workers from Sawang Boriboon
Foundation were called out to the scene of the incident, in front of the Jae Juk
restaurant in Naklua.
They found an unconsciousness woman named Ms Porn-Uma Pasukmuang, age 24, a
resident of Nakhon Srithammarat. Her face was black and blue. The officers
transferred her to Bangkok Pattaya Hospital for treatment.
continued | More News
Senior police officers inspect entertainment outlets
Organizations combine for presentation to blind children
Blind students at the Redemptorist School were served
lunch on March 13 by the YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center in cooperation with
Pattaya Sports Club,
continued | More Community
Charity Concert hits
all the right notes
Music lovers were treated to a truly virtuoso performance on
Thursday the 13th and Friday the 14th of March, when the Rotary Club of
Eastern Seaboard hosted its 2nd Charity Music Recital for Violin and Grand
Continued | More features
Our beneficiaries in Ban Bung
We are now supporting children in two Ban Bung schools in Chonburi Province.
One is the Hua Koon Chae Boarding School run by the Baptist Church, where we
have provided full scholarships for twelve children since level one. Since
then four have already moved on to secondary school, while the eight in the
photo are still in primary. However, four of those are currently in grade
six and will move up to secondary next year. All will receive scholarships,
at least through to high school.
More Our Children
“The Lofts Southshore”
wins Platu Open 2008
Over 120 sailors enjoyed 2 days of racing over the weekend March 8-9
for the Platu Open 2008 and the Gulf Charter Race Series 2008. Sailing from
Ocean Marina in Jomtien, competitors saw huge variations in weather from
very light winds early morning Saturday to a major rain storm passing
through where winds gusted to 25 knots before settling to more moderate Gulf
Continued | More Sports
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