Meeting Information
We hold our monthly Fellowship Meeting at 1800 hrs on the first Tuesday of each month and weekly lunch meetings at the Amari Hotel, Hua Hin, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the Month at 1200 hrs. There are no meetings on the third Tuesday or when there is a fifth.  The full schedule is below.
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Club News
The Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin Lunch meeting on Tuesday 25th January at the Amari hotel and Spa welcomed Mutsumi Adachi founder of the Sang Foundation as their guest speaker.
 
Since May 2021 the Sang Foundation have delivered over 14,400 cooked meals, drinks and have distributed used clothes & home goods from Cha Am to the Pranburi area.
The Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin were pleased to welcome and induct two new members into the club at last Tuesday's lunch meeting.
 
Les Miles from the UK and Rini Busschers from the Netherlands were presented their membership certificates, Rotary Wheel, Rotary theme pin and membership pack by Immediate past President Brian Anderson, Charter President Alan Cooper and President Phil Lawrence.
Eight members of the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin attended the RC Hua Hin’s Christmas Party and family night at the Hua Hin Grand Hotel and Plaza on Thursday 23rd December.
 
Dress code was red, white and green in celebration of the occasion and Thai hospitality was well up to its usual standard - with an excellent Thai buffet - as were the speeches and karaoke, although it was noted no member from RCRHH actually got up to sing!  As the evening progressed Rotaractors took to the stage and as is usually the case added their own younger interpretation to the event.
 
A good night and thanks to RC Hua Hin and President Aree for the invite.
 
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A small delegation from the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin consisting of President Phil Lawrence, Immediate Past President (IPP) Brian Anderson and Sec Martin Harrison attended the 3330 District Conference and Awards Day held in the Prelude Hotel, Kanchanaburi, home of the infamous Bridge over the River Kwai and final resting place of hundreds of Allied soldiers from World War II.
Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta has set four initiatives for his Presidential Year 2021 to 2022, one of these initiatives is “Empowering Girls”
 
Equality is a fundamental human right that's critical in order to have a peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world. Still, girls and women worldwide face inequities in areas including health and education, and they experience significant violence and disproportionate poverty. Rotary encourages clubs and districts to prioritise projects that improve the health, well-being, education, and economic security of girls in their communities and around the world.
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