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01 Informal Northern Thai Group

Tuesday, 17th January: ‘Getting Real about Food in the World: Food Security and Small Farmers’ by Professor Lindsay Falvey, FTSE, Former Dean of Land and Food and Chair of Agriculture, University of Melbourne, Australia. 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 Looking For Volunteers at Smile Project!

Kids Home Foundation is a small but successful Thai foundation located in Chiang Mai city. Our objective is to help children in need to have access to education and well-being! Smile Project is at Wat Jed Yod School. We organized different activities for the children after school activity. We are building a safety environment for the children who stay longer at school.

From: Monday to Friday

Time: 16:00- 17:00 PM.

Now we are looking for enthusiastic and motivated volunteers who can give the importunity to share some experiences with the children and our team. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are motivated to work for a rewarding organization providing support to other people!

For more information contact Kids Home 053 222 211 or [email protected], Yupin 087 661 4987 or [email protected], Henriette 081 116 3633 or [email protected]
Account Number: 415-2-27328-8
SWIFT Code: KASITHBK Animal Rescue Kingdom

04 Chiang Mai Bridge Club

Come and join our thriving, friendly international Contract Bridge Club. We have over 60 members drawn from 15 different nationalities. We meet four times a week at The Pub, Huay Kaew Road to play duplicate Bridge. We will be running a course for absolute Bridge Beginners starting on Monday 9th January. Contact Stewart Simpson at [email protected]
or visit our website at http://www.bridgewebs.com/chiangmai