President Dieter Riegber and Past President Gudmund Eiksund invite you to their Presidents' night.
Not many formalities, just lots of Fellowship, good food and excellent beer.
Buffet is 600 Baht inc, then buy your own choice of German beers with several from othe countries.
9th Pattaya Cross Bay Swim – Going Public
The Swim started off at the Hard Rock Hotel, were an opening speech was made by Dieter Reigber, the President of the Rotary Club of Jomtien Pattaya, the club that has organized this event for the past 9 years. He thanked both Hard Rock Hotel and Pattaya City, including the Sea Rescue service, for their continuing support over the years, without their help, the swim event would not be possible
The first part of this three-part swim was the Fun Swim from the Hard Rock Hotel 600 metres South to Central Festival. There were over 30 children from local orphanages – the Ban Jing Jai, the Child Protection and Development Center (CPDC) and the Father Ray Children’s Home – plus other local children.
After 4 intensive weeks of friendship & fellowship in several parts of Thailand, 4 of the 5 members of your GSE team have returned to Italy. The 5th, Marta Farina, is staying in our region with a visit of around 1 month to Burma/Myanmar, followed by a visit of another month to Nepal.Read more
Report about the Distribution of the Blankets and the Mosquito Nets
Date : 20th February, 2013
Via the Rotary Club Jomtien-Pattaya we received 70,000 Baht from “Aktion Storchen” of the Rotary Club Zuerich au Lac to spend for some blankets and mosquito nets. SAW bought 250 blankets and 133 mosquito nets. And SAW distributed these to two shelters of SAW and five different areas in Phop Phra which is the place far from Mae Sot and so many Burmese migrant workers are working in the very desperate and poor situation.
Visit of the Group Study Exchange Team of Rotary District 2060, North East Italy
to the Royal Cliff Grand Hotel, Rotary Room on 22 February 2013
We held a Career Initiative seminar at Pattaya School No. 3 – Phothi Samphan Pittayakarn School, in Naklua, on Monday 3rd December 2012.
This highly successful event, which had 400 children in attendance, was organised by Vutikorn Kamolchote and Nachlada 'Gaye' Nammontree. It was inspiring the way the children interacted with the speakers, which meant that they were interested and took notice on what was being explained.
Our 4 Water Filter System Projects help more than 41,000 children & adults, of which 30,500 Thai and 10,500 Burmese of which 8,000 in Burma – a unique result!
A Press Release has been posted under the NEWS heading above
every Wednesday 18.45 pm.
at the The Royal Cliff Grand Hotel, (2nd Floor) Phra Thamnuk Road Pattaya, THAILAND.Read more
Dream of new children’s home is ‘this close’ to becoming reality
Pattaya Mail, Friday, 23 March 2012 by Staff reporters
The Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya together with Baan Jing Jai Foundation Building Committee raises 340,000 Baht towards that goal.
Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya celebrates 25 years of humanitarian service
Pattaya Mail, Friday, 9 March 2012 by Pattaya Mail Reporters
"The foundation upon which Rotary is built is friendship; on no less firm foundation could it have stood"
Paul Harris, founder of Rotary
Visit to Tak Province, 13-15 March 2012
Report of 18 March 2012 by PP Martin Brands
From March 13-15, a delegation of the Rotary Club Jomtien-Pattaya visited the Mae Sot, Mae Sariang and Pho Phra districts of Tak Province (North Thailand) for a number of charity projects. This visit was a continuation of several of such projects since 2005.
3 New Water Filter Projects for Schools & Communities in East, Northeast and Central Thailand
April 4, 2012 by PP Martin Brands
“Success breeds success!” With great help of Rotarians in Italy and Scotland and The Rotary Foundation,
8th Swiss Reconstructive Surgery Project, December 2011 – March 2012
25 March 2012, by PP Martin Brands
From 2002, Swiss Rotarians from District 2000 (Zürich region) generously supported 8 Reconstructive Surgery Projects
In our last Safe Water Matching Grant we provided a total of 8,632 school children
and some 400 staff of rural schools in Rayong province benefitfrom the complete
elimination of waterborne diseases from drinking water, with consequenthealth