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Community Services

01.Informal Northern Thai Group

Tuesday 13th October at 7.30 p.m. Martin Venzky, Stalling Technology Park Advisor, “I would like to give a talk about the project I am working on – setting up a Technology & Science Park together with the Chiang Mai University and the Ministry of Science. Although this is not a socio-cultural project, it should be a very important project for the regional economic development of the north, greater innovation, and other benefits and impacts.”
For more information please call 053 117 319.

02.The Royal British Legion Chiang Mai

Just a quick reminder about the first of our now twice monthly social meetings at the Old Bell. Loi Kroh Road.
Wednesday night from 7 p.m.
These meetings are slowly getting busier so please spread the word!
We are also happy to let you know that we now have enough members here in Chiang Mai to achieve our goal of forming our own sub branch and the wheels are indeed in motion as we speak.
For more information please contact [email protected]

03.Flying Tigers Ace and Chiang Mai Raiders

An article by Jack Eisner, lecturer in Linguistics in the Department of Western Languages, Chiang Mai University in homage to Flying Tiger Ace Charlie Bond, who recently passed away, was unable to be included in this month’s magazine, however, please visit the Extra Features section of www.chiangmaicitylife.com/indepth
/details.php?id=2657 to see the article in full.

04.Chiang Mai Friends’ group

An informal open forum which can be a question and answer type session or just members sharing their ideas and views and helping others. An good opportunity to network for the benefit of everyone. Bring your business cards. The meeting is on 29th October. Contact Khun Tick 053 206 121, 089 443 4926 or [email protected]

05.Dog of the Month for October – Chow Guai


Introducing Chow Guai – ‘Black Jelly’ by name as well as by nature. A lovely boy who manages to be in all places at once and loves to trail around the woods with his friends – ALWAYS running back immediately at the sound of his name or a whistle – he’ll even round up any stragglers – human or otherwise – to keep the pack together. Chow Guai is 1-2 years old and has suffered a lot in his little life – he deserves a chance at a loving home outside the shelter. Whatever you give him we guarantee you’ll get back 100 times over…
“No matter how little money and how few possessions you own, having a dog makes you rich.”
If you think Chow Guai could be a good match for you or anyone you know, then contact Care for Dogs, English (084 752 5255) Thai (086 913 8701) or e-mail: [email protected] to make an appointment to meet him at the shelter. www.carefordogs.org

06.AUA Library

AUA Library is beginning a new project to digitalise its card catalogue and begin a new online newsletter containing book reviews, announcement of new books and other good things going on. If you are a current library member, please update your email address with us. If you don’t know about Chiang Mai’s only English language library, come talk to us and look around. We think you’ll be impressed! Until the end of November, we have a new annual membership promotion rate of only 300 baht. Update emails at [email protected] Come visit us at 73 Ratchadamnern Road.

07.Chicky Net

Chicky Net is a web-based girls-only social network dedicated to connecting women living in Thailand. It provides women with a platform to freely share their thoughts, recommendations and experiences. Perhaps most importantly of all, it is a place to make friends and have lots of fun!
www.chickynet.com