Posted by martin harrison
Several members of the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin were pleased to support the Rotaractors of Stamford International University by attending their “Amazing Colourful’’ International Charity Night at Market Village on Wednesday 25th January.
It was an opportunity to be part of an extravagant display of colour, diversity, fashion and beauty, attended by the ‘Who’s Who’ of the Hua Hin community.
On stage were the Queens of past and current beauty pageants, but, the real stars were students from the Stamford International University in sensational costume and high energy performances.
After a Covid-related hiatus, Stamford Executive Director Cell Dilon enthusiastically welcomed VIP guests, including Nopporn Wutthikul, the Hua Hin Mayor, Phonkrit Puangwalaisin, the Hua Hin Chief District Officer, Amorntap Oummeepien, General Manager of Market Village and Brian Anderson, Past President of the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin.
The event was organised by the Stamford International University Rotaractors with the support of the RCRHH, and Market Village Shopping Mall, showcasing members of the University sponsored Rotaract Club and Dance Club.
More money was raised for charity by guests, purchasing flowers to offer in appreciation of their favourite performers.  This will be managed by the STIU Rotaract Club, led by President Nitcha Peungpang, to continue a mission to help public welfare projects, underprivileged children, schools in poverty stricken rural areas and less fortunate members of the community. 
PP Napa Keawtem and Rtn Martin Harrison were honoured once again to be asked to judge the competition which was no easy task given the calibre of the various entrants. 
Congratulations to all involved, especially to RCRHH Youth Services Chairman, Benjamas Uamsa-Ard for her untiring efforts, liaison and expertise in making the event such a resounding  success, indeed a hallmark charity event as the Hua Hin community continues to emerge from the Covid-blues towards a vibrant and generous future.