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Community Services

• 01 Charity Christmas Cards

200 club, Citylife Chiang Mai Magazine, AA insurance and Rachamankha Hotel have teamed up to create a set of five Charity Christmas Cards. Every package contains five different designs. 250 baht per package. 100% of the money goes to the Elephant Clinic.

ON SALE NOW [while stocks last!] at the Citylife office, Rachamankha Hotel, The Rim Hotel, AA Insurance offices [Meechok Branch] and from Sally at [email protected]

• 02 Dog of the Month: Urgently Needs Foster Care Tawaan the Bull Terrier

This bundle of love is a 3-4 year old bull terrier who is very affectionate with people but somewhat jealous and dominant with other dogs as is common with her breed. We urgently need foster care for Tawaan (Sun) until she can find a permanent home as she needs special care for her skin right now and is not well suited to shelter life. She needs to be in a home without other dogs.

These dogs are very popular in Thailand so we are hoping we can re-home her quite soon. If you think you can offer Tawaan either a foster or permanent home contact Care for Dogs, English (08 47 52 52 55) or Thai language (08 69 13 87 01) Email: [email protected] or visit the website:

• 03 Donation for Rural School

Teachers and parents of Hana Christian International Kindergarten would like to ask you to donate your clothing, shoes, bags, kid toys, stationary, food and anything else to the school. The donation day will be on 20th – 22nd of December at Jam Noii, Wat Jan, Galyani Vadhana District, Chiang Mai.

You can leave your donations at Hana Christian International Kindergarten, opposite Ratchapruek Park. OR just drop it all off with Yui at Citylife office. Call 053 125 246 for information.

• 04 Name the New Baby Hippopotamus at Chiang Mai Zoo

Chiang Mai Zoo invites people to name the new baby hippopotamus, who was born on the 23rd August. Win a prize of 5,000 baht and a 1 year zoo ticket free.

The public relations department of Chiang Mai Zoo said that the baby hippopotamus was born by his father named Weerachon, 36 years 10 months old, and his mother named Maliwan, 33 years 4 months old, who gestated for 240 days. Chiang Mai Zoo invites people to send the names for this hippopotamus

from now – 23rd November. One person can send only one name. Send the name to [email protected], or send a letter to Chiang Mai Zoo, 100 Huay Kaew Road Suthep Muang Chiang Mai 50200. The For more information call 053 358 116.

• Nicotine Anonymous

Nicotine Anonymous meets twice weekly (Saturdays and Wednesdays) at
1 p.m. at Building II, rear of McCormick Hospital. Nicotine Anonymous is a non profit organisation.

For more information please call Earl 086 194 6300.