Meeting Information
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions we will hold an online social event at 18:00hrs on the 1st Tuesday of the month as per the program below.
On the 2nd, 4th Tuesdays at 1800h we will hold a Zoom meeting for our members and guests. 
There will be no meeting on the 3rd Tuesday. 
All current meetings will be virtual as per the schedule below.
Please note once circumstances change we will revert back to meetings at the Amari.
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Club News
August 2021 saw the start of another lockdown here in Prachuap Khiri Khan and Cha-am, which involved the closure of most businesses and sporting activities including golf courses.
 
So, what do golfers do when they cannot play golf, well for some members of the Lake View Golfers Society who play golf at the Imperial Lake View Golf Club when asked to donate the cost of a round of golf to help support the purchase of food and other essential items for the Mercy House Foundation, a children’s home in Pranburi, the golfers not only opened their hearts but their wallets to support this cause.
In what has been a busy week for the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin during the week of the 9th to the 13th August 2021, supporting our local communities during the current Covid-19 lockdown, today saw a joint project between the Rotary Club Hua Hin and our club purchase 100 sets of Dupont Tyvek 500 one-piece personal protective suits (PPE) and 250 3M medical face masks to protect front line medical personnel from Covid-19 and other cross contaminants at the Hua Hin Hospital.
During the current Covid-19 pandemic local health authorities are struggling to manage severe increases in costs to cope with protecting their staff from Covid -19 and other contaminants.
 
Following consultation with our Service projects chair Napa Keawtem and the Red Cross Medical Clinic in Hua Hin, three items of equipment were identified by the Clinic to help support their daily operations.
Once again the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin is pleased to provide assistance to Mercy House Foundation. Recently Wichai Rongkhunkaew who is Chairman of the Board at Mercy House reached out to friends of Mercy House and other supporters who in the past have helped sponsor projects at the home. Wichai requested funding to provide 5 new or used lap top computers.
The Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin’s Immediate Past President Brian Anderson recently undertook a 4,000 km round trip of north, northwest and northeast Thailand. During his travels in Chiang Rai, he revisited the Lahu hill tribe village that he had experienced 20 years ago.
 
Following his visit IPP Brian contacted the Board of Directors of RCRHH and sought funding to purchase 130 raincoats for the Lahu children at the Ban Meung Noi School in mountainous Wingpapao, Chiang Rai. This was approved and the raincoats were delivered in time for the rainy season in the area on 24 July, and help protect the children from illness. The cost of the project was 10,000 Thai Baht including shipping.
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