A professional athlete skyrockets over the bar in the high dive competitors.

The Pattaya Sports Club and the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya collectively arranged a Kid’s Sports Day uniting 180 kids from 5 orphanages and kids’s house to complete in different athletic disciplines, reinforcing relationships among each other and assist raise funds to support their houses.

The sports occasion was hung on March 11 at the vast sports premises of the Rugby International School in Khao Mai Kaew, East Pattaya.

Kids from the Human Aid Network Structure (Thailand), Daddy Ray Structure, Restriction Jing Jai Structure, Hand to Hand Structure and the Anti Human Being Trafficking and Kid Abuse Center took part in the different competitors such as 100 meter, 200 meter, 400 meter relay, High Dive, Javelin toss and 5-a-side football. The kids were divided into 2 age 10-12 years and 13-15 years.

It was an interesting day which saw kids chuckling and cheering on their groups in all the competitors. The Rugby International School kindly permitted the kids to utilize their state-of-the art centers for their track and field competitors. John Holland Head of Instructor, together with the personnel consisting of 11 senior trainees and 9 preparation trainees were on hand to provide their assistance to make sure that the kid’s sports day was a most effective and remarkable one.

The track races were quick and furious.

Stanley Rees, VP of the Pattaya Sports Club officiated at the occasion supported by David Smith and Willem Lasonder, Cock Braimbridge and Ty Anderson from the Pattaya Sports Club, while Rolf Ruegg and PE Bijen Jonnche from the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya remained in participation to provide assistance and cheer the kids on.

Throughout the break in the competition which kicked-off at 2 p.m. under an overcast sky, the kids were dealt with to a selection of treats and beverages and at the end of the day after the prize and medals discussion events they took pleasure in a delicious buffet at Knowledge Valley.

VP Stan Rees stated, “The occasion itself was kept in fantastic spirits by the trainees however really competitive with fantastic requirements, and medals galore. Each occasion was well supported with the kids loudly supporting their own groups. We had 6 camping tents for water stations that doubled up as a home for each school.

” With all the kids enjoying themselves, it ended up being an extremely satisfying day, not just for the trainees however for those who went to the occasion. An unique thanks to Delight Lasonder who did an excellent task with the Microphone keeping the activities streaming. The occasion was arranged as a charity drive. A huge thank you heads out to all the sponsors. With the fantastic success of this occasion, we are taking a look at turning it into a yearly occasion.”

Winners cerebrate with their prize and medals.
Palisorn Noja (Khruja) presents with his ATCC football group.
The kids took pleasure in a delicious buffet at the Knowledge Valley at the end of a most thrilling sports day.
PE Bijen Jonnche and Rolf Ruegg from the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya remained in participation to provide assistance and cheer the kids on.
David Smith makes a speech on behalf of the Pattaya Sports Club.

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