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FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS

FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS
FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS

With very few recent opportunities to socialise and fraternise with old friends and new connections, the Royal Coast Review event on Thursday evening at the Monsoon Valley Wine Bar was a welcome celebration and a sign of things to come.

FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS

Apart from free flow fine wine and fine cuisine, ‘Foto’s by Patrick Jacobs’ presented the opportunity to recognise Patrick’s amazing photography; including landscapes, seascapes, wildlife images and portraits; often captured during the early morning at familiar locations around our region.  By the way; ‘foto’s’ is Patrick’s Belgian way of writing ‘photos’!

FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS

The event raised funds for the SOS Foundation as the charity responsible for Hua Hin’s food rescue project now distributing unused food from our restaurants, resorts and supermarkets to those in need. 

The event also presented some sensational door prizes with John Sinnaeve from Track Time Thailand winning a selected piece of artwork from the exhibition.

As one attendee said ‘’ A wonderful evening of good cheer, good art and good deeds. Money raised for the SOS Foundation in a celebration of Patrick Jacobs work with free flow and food from the Monsoon Valley Vineyard. The perfect combination. Congrats to all the organisers.”

FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS

Our thanks to all the contributors for their support with special mention to Guido Campigotto for ensuring that the Monsoon Valley Wine Bar was the perfect venue, but also for many generous prize donations. 

The Royal Coast Review will soon be providing more social events as opportunities to mingle and network as the community of Hua Hin emerges from the Covid crisis.  We believe that such gatherings have been sorely missed in recent times, and that the Royal Coast Review will be able to present more similar events in the near future as the as Thursday night’s sell-out demonstrated.      

Stay tuned for more information soon, including the final charity contribution proceeds tally and more pictures from the first RCR networking event.

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Posted by Royal Coast Review Thailand on Monday, 15 February 2021

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OPEN DAY AT SOS HUA HIN; A BIG DAY FOR CARING MEMBERS OF THE HUA HIN COMMUNITY

FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS

On Wednesday 17th February, everyone is invited to attend a big open day at the SOS premises as an opportunity to really understand how this vital service operates, to socialise with other caring members of the Hua Hin community and to learn about future plans.

When: Wednesday 17th February from 4 PM
Where: Thai SOS Scholars Of Sustenance (Hua Hin Office) Google Maps

Further Information: Click Here

FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS
FRATERNISING WITH FRIENDS: A WONDERFUL EVENING OF GOOD CHEER, GOOD ART AND GOOD DEEDS
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