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01 Informal Northern Thai Group

Tuesday, September 11: “The Peace Corps’ 50th Anniversary in Thailand” by Hugh Leong. For further information, please call 053 117 319 or [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 AA group

If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want help to stop drinking, that’s our business. 2 AA meetings a day, 7 days a week, call us at 082 186 2518. We are here for you. For more info at www.chiangmaiinternationalgroupofaa.org

 

04 Dog of the Month: Twilight

Hello! My name is Twilight and I am about eight months old. Just like any other young dog I like to play, cuddle and explore and am very affectionate and loving. The only difference to my other fluffy friends is that I have been born blind which must have been the reason why I was found dumped in front of the shelter one morning. But rest assured I can find my way around no problem! I am sterilised, got all my shots and have also been fully trained. I am urgently looking for a permanent home where I am cared for, loved and accepted the way I am and understanding shown in regard to my disposition. I get on very well with other dogs and would benefit a lot from having another dog to live and be friends with. Can you give me that home? If you want to meet me or even open your home and heart to me then, please contact the Care for Dogs shelter at 084 752 5255 (English), 086 913 8701 (Thai) or [email protected] For more information, visit at www.carefordogs.org .

05 Satisook Cat Rescue

Coffee is a beautiful kitten just waiting for a permanent home. She is about six months old, is vaccinated and sterilised. She is very friendly and would be happy to be adopted with another of our lovely kittens. Kittens love company! Come and visit our new Cat Rescue Shelter at Doi Saket. We have kittens from 8 weeks old. Also, very friendly adult cats – some are loving pets who’ve been dumped in Temples. We have Open House every Sunday 10.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. – spend some time with our kitties and find the one(s) just perfect for you! All are vaccinated and litter trained. Over 6 months old, they are also sterilised. We are a pro life, non-profit rescue group. Drop in on Sunday or call Fon 081 638 2105 (Thai, Eng), Gilly 087 189 1623 (Eng) or [email protected] For more info, visit at www.santisookdogsandcats.org/en/cats-for-adoption-2/

06 The American Veterans of Foreign War Post Chiang Mai

The American Veterans of Foreign War Post Chiang Mai is a social meeting group assisting veterans of foreign wars with various matters. The group also aim to help the widows and children of veterans in claiming benefits and entitlements, organise fund raising and other events. The Veterans of Foreign War Post Chiang Mai meets on the first Saturday of every month at The River Market Restaurant at 11 a.m. New members are welcome. More info at www.vfw-chiangmai.com.

07 Cricket in Chiang Mai

Anyone interested in playing cricket on weekends at Gymkhana. Contact David Holt 084 933 0670 or [email protected]