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The Community

Citylife is taking more and more of our regular content online so this will be the last month which Community Services will be found here in our magazine. Contact details for relevant community related services will still be available in our Directory.

01 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 or Peter 087 145 9655.

02 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. More info at www.chiangmaiinternationalgroupofaa.org.

03 Dog of the Month: Jones

Hello there, it’s Jones at your service. How did I come to the shelter?  Well, thanks to some caring people, I was rescued from an abusive home so I am really happy to be in a new and safe environment where I get the attention I never experienced before – es, the ladies here have a really special place in my heart. Although I am of considerable size – and despite the past I’ve had – I am very friendly with people and would probably be best in a home as a single dog or with females as I can be a bit domineering with other males. But not to worry, my new family will get all my love and affection, that’s a promise! So consider letting me into your life and filling it with some BIG LOVE!!! If you are interested in Jones,  please call the Care for Dogs shelter at 084 752 5255 (English), 086 913 8701 (Thai) or email [email protected] Or visit our website at www.carefordogs.org for more information.

04 Cats Need Homes

Three rescue kittens and two young cats are looking for loving homes. Jake is a beautiful fawn tabby boy who purrs non-stop and loves to be loved! Rescued from the streets of Bangkok, he’s now vaccinated, sterilised and about eight months old – he’s a super friendly boy!  Two red & white tabby boys and one black boy, 5 months old, very friendly, and a very pretty female, Dalaa, about six months old. Like Jake, she’s super friendly and sterilised. Contact Gilly 0871 89 1623, [email protected] Photos:  http://flic.kr/ps/K4NoW

05 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 aims to help the widows and children of veterans in claiming benefits and entitlements, organise fundraising 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.

06 Women’s Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

This support group for families and friends of Alcoholics and Addicts meets every Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Fern Forest Café (private room upstairs), 2/2 Singharaj Soi 4. Call 085 018 8706 for more info.

07 City & Life in Thailand Photography Cotest 2013

Faculty of Architecture and Faculty of Mass Communication of Chiang Mai University and Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Centre invites all photographers to submit pictures to the contest ‘See the City in the New Point of View.’ The pictures should be about rituals, traditions and cultures of Chiang Mai. The contest will be categorised into two groups, adults and students. The conditions of the pictures should be in colour with five million pixel resolution. The size of the picture has to be 10 X 12 inches, pasted on paper. Download the application form at www.arc.cmu.ac.th. Submit your application and picture from now until 25th March. The award will be announced on 4th April. For further information, visit www.arc.cmu.ac.th,  www.masscom.cmu.ac.th, or www.cmocity.com.

08 Cricket in Chiang Mai

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