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  • I-ROVERS WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE – 20TH JANUARY 2020
    20 January 2020
    Sports News
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6637
  • PATTAYA EXPATS CLUB TV 17 01 20

    18 January 2020
    Expats Club - weekly
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6634
  • I-ROVERS WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE – 13TH JANUARY 2020
    13 January 2020
    Sports News
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6631
  • PATTAYA EXPATS CLUB TV 10 01 20

    13 January 2020
    Expats Club - weekly
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6628
  • I-ROVERS WEEKLY SPORTS SCHEDULE – 6TH JANUARY 2020
    7 January 2020
    Sports News
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  • PATTAYA EXPATS CLUB TV 03 01 20

    4 January 2020
    Expats Club - weekly
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6619
  • CENTARA CARE
    Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya led by Arum Chaisomsri Area Training Manager, along with staff greatly joined an activity big cleaning as a part of the CSR project “Centara Care”, beach cleaning and surrounding public areas at hotel to ensure and maintain for the good environment recently.

    Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya led by Arum Chaisomsri Area Training Manager, along with staff greatly joined an activity big cleaning as a part of the CSR project “Centara Care”, beach cleaning and surrounding public areas at hotel to ensure and maintain for the good environment recently.

    3 January 2020
    News
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6614
  • THE GREEN FEE VOUCHERS
    The Green Fee Vouchers are available at Pattaya Sports Club Office. and the Expiry Date: – Parichat 500 Baht (Weekday) Expired on April 30th, 2020 – Pleasant Valley : 750 Baht (Weekday) : No Expiry Date – Greenwood : 800 Baht (Weekday) Expired on February 29th, 2020 – Eastern Star : 850 Baht (Weekday) Expired on March 31st, 2020 – Emerald : 850 Baht (Weekday) Expired on March 31st, 2020 – Pattaya CC : 1000 Baht (Weekday ) Expired on March 31st, 2020 – Khao Kheow : 1050 Baht (Weekday ) Expired on March 15th, 2020 -Rayong Green Valley 1100 […]

    The Green Fee Vouchers are available at Pattaya Sports Club Office.
    and the Expiry Date:
    – Parichat 500 Baht (Weekday) Expired on April 30th, 2020
    – Pleasant Valley : 750 Baht (Weekday) : No Expiry Date
    – Greenwood : 800 Baht (Weekday) Expired on February 29th, 2020
    – Eastern Star : 850 Baht (Weekday) Expired on March 31st, 2020
    – Emerald : 850 Baht (Weekday) Expired on March 31st, 2020
    – Pattaya CC : 1000 Baht (Weekday ) Expired on March 31st, 2020
    – Khao Kheow : 1050 Baht (Weekday ) Expired on March 15th, 2020
    -Rayong Green Valley 1100 Baht (Weekday&Weekend) Expired on November 30th, 2020
    – Silky Oak 850 Baht (Weekend) Expired on November 30th, 2020
    (**Please call to check that our vouchers is still available) Thank you!

    25 December 2019
    Sports News
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6610
  • PSC DONATES FUNDS TO BUILD NEW SCHOOL RESTROOMS
    The Pattaya Sports Club Association donated 115,000 baht to renovate and rebuild new restrooms at Ban Khao Chee Chan School. Club President Peter Malhotra together with VP Tim Knight, Social Welfare Chairwoman Noi Emerson and PSC GM Ingkarat Chaimongkon presented the new modernized restrooms to Principal Pakphum Phumisart Nov. 28. Pakphum previously had requested assistance from the club to renovate the student restrooms, which are old with clogged pipes. The Najomtien school’s septic tank was also full, posing a health risk. The plan called for the tank to be pumped, pipes cleared and replaced, new toilets and sinks installed and […]

    The Pattaya Sports Club Association donated 115,000 baht to renovate and rebuild new restrooms at Ban Khao Chee Chan School.
    Club President Peter Malhotra together with VP Tim Knight, Social Welfare Chairwoman Noi Emerson and PSC GM Ingkarat Chaimongkon presented the new modernized restrooms to Principal Pakphum Phumisart Nov. 28.
    Pakphum previously had requested assistance from the club to renovate the student restrooms, which are old with clogged pipes. The Najomtien school’s septic tank was also full, posing a health risk.
    The plan called for the tank to be pumped, pipes cleared and replaced, new toilets and sinks installed and the restroom buildings painted and roofs repaired.
    One row of toilets was renovated, while a second row was beyond repair. So the PSC committee decided to build from scratch.
    On behalf of the students, sixth-grader Kanlaya Pokklang said, “we are delighted and thankful to the PSC for your generosity in overhauling our toilets”.
    During their visit, the Sports Club delegation discovered that the school’s music room was under disrepair due to a leaking and dilapidated roof caused by termites. The PSC will put that project on its list of things to fund in the future.

    25 December 2019
    News
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6607
  • PSC ROCKS INTO CHRISTMAS
    On Wednesday 11th December almost 300 members and guests were at the First Pacific Hotel (Formally Town-in-Town) for the 2019 Christmas party. The doors were open at 6 PM and all were welcomed by PSC staff and Santa (Rick Bevington). The start was delayed due to a major traffic problem in Pattaya Klang. The proceedings were opened by MC Nigel Cannon who welcomed all with a special mention of the Executive Committee members and Rick Bevington – who is the Bikes for Tykes member. Nigel then introduced PSC President Peter Malhotra who outlined the history of PSC and its objectives. […]

    On Wednesday 11th December almost 300 members and guests were at the First Pacific Hotel (Formally Town-in-Town) for the 2019 Christmas party.
    The doors were open at 6 PM and all were welcomed by PSC staff and Santa (Rick Bevington). The start was delayed due to a major traffic problem in Pattaya Klang.
    The proceedings were opened by MC Nigel Cannon who welcomed all with a special mention of the Executive Committee members and Rick Bevington – who is the Bikes for Tykes member.
    Nigel then introduced PSC President Peter Malhotra who outlined the history of PSC and its objectives.
    It was then time to welcome some 40 children; tots to seniors, from the Pattaya Orphanage dressed for Christmas. They sang – in English a number of Christmas songs. Following the final ‘We wish you a Merry Christmas’ they were given a rousing applause, and a Presentation was made to Father Michael in appreciation.
    Buffet time and The First Pacific produced an excellent array of food catering for all tastes – with some gong back for seconds!
    Before introducing the evening’s entertainment – many local Golf Clubs had kindly donated a number of golf related items and Vice President Tim Knight presented them to the lucky door winners.
    With all now enjoying F & B it was time to rock!
    Nigel introduced the popular Soulmates Duo- Helmet and CJ who sang and played well known music for 2 1/2 hours with many on the floor dancing.
    Whilst Helmet and CJ took a well earned break it was raffle draw time. Nigel called the numbers, Tim withdrew the tickets and John Player –Treasurer – presented the prizes. There was a major prize of a Television kindly donated by Parichat Golf Club.
    Back to Helmet and CJ and for many to dance the night away until last orders at 11.30.
    The Executive Committee expressed their appreciation to the Management and staff of the First Pacific for their major contribution to ensure s successful evening. And thanks all members and guests for making the night so enjoyable.
    Vice President Tim Knight thanked Nigel for acting MC and also expressed appreciation to his sub-committee, John Player, Noi Emmerson, Stan Rees, David Smith and Jack Mosely,
    Special thanks go to PSC General Manager Ingkarat and the staff for their help and advice.

    25 December 2019
    News
    http://pattayapeople.com/?p=6604