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01 Informal Northern Thai Group

Tuesday, April 3: ‘From print publishing to the global digital marketplace: A travel writer’s perspective’ by Mohezin Tejani. For further information, please call 053 117 319 or email: [email protected]

02 Nicotine Anonymous

Want to stop smoking? It works! Meetings on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m. at The 7 Fountains, Huay Kaew Road. For more information please call Earl 086 194 6300, Peter 087 145 9655.

03 Alcoholics Anonymous

AA meetings are held at 9.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. at McCormick Hospital, 133 Kaew Nawarat Road, House 11. For further information, please call 053 921 777 EXT.1235, 082 186 2518. Visit at www.chiangmaiinternationalgroupofaa.org.

04 A Good Opportunity to Keep your Brain Cells Active

Are you interested in volunteering to teach English to teenage novice monks and lay students, at a Buddhist charity school, Dhammarajsuksa School at Wat Phra Singh? Email Richard at [email protected]

05 Dog of the month: Chestnut

This lovely female is between 1-2 years old, medium-sized, with a soft, short (easily maintained!) coat. Sterilised and fully vaccinated, she is very sweet with adults and children of all ages. She also gets along well with other dogs. Chestnut’s only setback is that she likes to chew, so she would do best with an owner that is willing to train her and make sure she gets plenty of exercise. If you would like to meet Chestnut or any of our other furry friends, please contact the Care for Dogs shelter at 084 752 5255 (English), 086 913 8701 (Thai), [email protected] or visit our website at www.carefordogs.org for more information.

06 Vipassana Meditation Group Sitting

A group practicing the tradition of Sayagyi U. Ba Khin of Burma, and S.N. Goenka of India. There is a weekly group sitting in Chiang Mai city, every Sunday 5 p.m.-6 p.m. Contact Leo: [email protected]

07 An Extraordinary Opportunity to Help Provide Mobility for 200 People

Pet International of Missouri, USA has graciously offered to donate a 40 foot sea container of 200 hand crank tricycle carts to the Foundation if they can raise the $4000 U.S to cover sea freight, domestic trucking, and custom clearance from Florida in the USA to Chiang Mai Thailand.

These life expanding carts are incredibly rugged and low maintenance. If you can spare $20 per item in order to bring freedom and independent movement into the lives of 200 needy disabled persons, they would be most grateful.Bank InformationFoundation To Encourage The Potential of Disabled Persons, Fixed Account 501-1-13375-7, Siam Commercial Bank, 17 Tha Pae Road, Swift Code: SICOTHBKContact: [email protected] www.assistdisabled.org