Pattaya City authorities together with school No. 6 administrators led the “Tod Phapa” procession in an event that raised 282,575 baht to repair a collapsed ceiling and other school repair work.

While no longer part of Thamsamakee Temple, Pattaya School No. 6 raised 282,575 baht to repair a collapsed ceiling and other costs with a customized robes-donation occasion.

School director Ms. Sataporn Lawiroj and Wat Thamsamakee Temple Abbot Phra Acharn Paisanjariyakorn together arranged the school’s yearly open home and a require money contributions– not monk’s bathrobes– in the “ tod phapa for education” charity event.

Tod Phapa typically is a method for Buddhists to make benefit by contributing bathrobes to monks, however has actually changed throughout the years to consist of whatever from candle lights to money. That School No. 6– the previous temple school now a Pattaya public center– is maybe the most significant twist on the event.

The cash will be utilized to fix a ceiling that collapsed in a class and fund the purchase of brand-new instruments and uniforms for the marching band.

City Councilman Banlue Kullavanijaya opened the March 13 open home, which saw 1,185 kindergarten through ninth-grade trainees display scholastic, art and science jobs.

School director Sataporn Lawiroj indicates the shabby ceiling in among the class that requires immediate repair work prior to it collapses and injures the kids.
Pattaya City Councilmen Banjong Banthoonprayuk makes an offering to Abbot Phra Acharn Paisanjariyakorn of Wat Thamsamakee Temple throughout the spiritual event.

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