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President Chanunda Kongphol and Dr Margret Deter observe trainees discovering the complexities of nail art.

The Rotary E-Club Dolphin Pattaya International partnered with a Jomtien Beach nail beauty salon to teach individuals how to do nail art as a profession.

Club President Chanunda Kongphol and Chatter Nail Beauty parlor Wannapa Sotsilp opened two-day course Feb. 5 at Rompho Market on Jomtien Second Roadway.

Chatter contributed devices required to use gel polish and nail extension, which typically cost 3,000 baht a set. Chatter typically charges 8,900 baht for the course, so the store wound up contributing 119,000 baht in services and devices for the 10 trainees.

Wannapa stated she used the training to assist out of work and underemployed individuals establish abilities to begin a brand-new task and make additional earnings.

Chatter Nail Beauty Parlor Wannapa Sotsilp (second left) contributed the expenses of the course and devices required for the nail beautifications to the trainees.
President Chanunda Kongphol provides a certificate to among the graduates of the nail art beautification course.
President Chanunda Kongphol postures with the happy graduates of the nail art beautification course sponsored by Nail Chatter.

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