Posted by Martin Harrison
Despite the effects of Covid-19 globally and here in Thailand the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin (RCRHH) and the Rotaractors of Stamford Intentional University remained active in the communities.  Under the Presidency of Napa Keawtem, the RCRHH received the highest award a Platinum Citation for its commitments to Educational projects here in Hua Hin especially with the Technology Enhanced for Learning (TELK) at the Anuban Hua Hin Nongkhon School and the ‘Thai Voices” at the Phetchaburi Panyanukul School.
A delayed awards ceremony was held on Thursday 15th October at the Whale Hotel in Nakhon Pathom during which the District Governor for Rotary Year 2019/20 PDG Sakon Uengsroithong presented awards and citations for Rotary areas 16 to 30 in Rotary District 3330.
Due to other commitments President Brian Anderson and Immediate Past President Napa Keawtem were unable to attend this event therefore, secretary, President Elect Phil Lawrence was pleased to accept this Citation on behalf of the RCRHH.
In addition to the Platinum Citation the RCRHH also awarded a trophy One Club One Project (OCOP) (Yes, that was a take it off you have won your bet shirt P Brian was wearing).
In addition, the Rotaractors of Stamford International University won the best fund-raising activity to free Poliomyelitis in 2019-2020 (Picture below) the fund-raising activity was at the ‘All for One and One for All 2’ project to the Baan Nong Pao Pea School in the Sam Roi Yot District Prachuap Khiri Khan.  The photo' that won the award is shown below.
Despite the difficulties of the first half of 2020 that has led to financial and social issues and the fact that many of the members of RCRHH are unable at the moment to return to Hua Hin The Board of Directors and our members are still fully committed to fund raising and maintaining the momentum of supporting our key educational projects.