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Community Services

• Charity Christmas Cards

200 club, Citylife Chiang Mai Magazine, AA insurance and Rachamankha Hotel have teamed up to create a set of five Charity Christmas Cards. Every package contains five different designs. 250 baht per package. 100% of the money goes to the Elephant Clinic.

ON SALE NOW [while stocks last!] at the Citylife office, Rachamankha Hotel, The Rim Hotel, AA Insurance offices [Meechok Branch] and from Sally at [email protected]

• Dog of the Month

Duchess and Ellie are a gorgeous, loving and very well behaved mother and daughter, who we would like to home together as they are pretty much inseparable. Duchess is a Dachshund and her daughter Ellie is a Dachshund cross breed – probably with a terrier. We think Duchess is about 4-5 years old, while Ellie is still quite the puppy at about 1. They are both living in foster care and their foster carer has completely fallen in love with them and would give them a forever home if she was staying in Thailand long term. They are calm, cuddly and playful and want nothing more than to give you lots of kisses – especially Duchess who is queen kisser! Duchess is a wonderful mother and loves to cuddle up for a belly scratch watching Ellie playing happily with her ball in the garden. They love to go out for little walks in the neighbourhood and have a good sniff – plus they always cause a stir as they do make a very eye-catching pair!. The are fully house trained and very clean, they are no trouble at night and snuggle up on their beds and don’t make a sound until morning. They would make ideal companions for anyone, they are fine to go and live with other dogs and Ellie is happy to play while her mum watches and gets ready for her next cuddle! Contact the shelter English (084 752 5255) or Thai (086 913 8701) email: [email protected] or visit the website www.carefordogs.org

• Donation for Rural School

Teachers and parents of Hana Christian International Kindergarten would like to ask you to donate your clothing, shoes, bags, kid toys, stationary, food and anything else to the school. The donation day will be on 20th – 22nd of December at Jam Noii, Wat Jan, Galyani Vadhana District, Chiang Mai.

You can leave your donations at Hana Christian International Kindergarten, opposite Ratchapruek Park. OR just drop it all off with Yui at Citylife office. Call 053 125 246 for information.

• Chiang Mai International Fireworks Contest

The Chiang Mai Province and the Ministry of Defence are arranging an International Fireworks Contest to celebrate the 84th birthday of His Majesty the King of Thailand. This event will not only feature international contestants, but also Thais, some of them from government circles. The international contestants will be from among other countries such as the USA, Australia, Denmark and China. The show contains seven performances stretching through seven hours. The show is likely to become the best of its kind in Asia, showing for instance special Heart Fireworks which are visible from a 2 kilometres distance.

The International Fireworks Contest will be held on New Years Eve at the 700 Years Stadium.

• Donation

Iron Eagle MC Chiang Mai invites everyone who would like to donate their school books, novels, sport equipment, clothing, student uniforms or other items to students from Phuka Wittayakom in the Nan province, located on a mountaintop 120 kilometeres away from the city of Nan. On 4th – 5th December, Iron Eagle will bring all donations to the school on their motorcycles. For more information, please call 081 595 2058 or 081 671 9511. You can also drop off any donations at Smart, at the IT school, Prapokkloa road, Muang Chiang Mai.