The Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin and businesspeople have recently built a new classroom building for students with autism at Ban Nong Khon School in Hua Hin. According to the Rotary Club’s Chairperson Mrs. Wassana Ra-e, the construction of the building cost over 500,000 Thai Baht. The initiative belongs to two businesspeople from Bangkok, Mrs. Waneeporn Phanthutecha and Mr. Phakdee Phaknara.
Located at Ban Nong Khon School in Hua Hin, the new classroom building has one floor and boasts exquisite traditional Thai architecture of Pan Ya, featuring the sloped and trapezoidal roof. Inside the building, there are a lot of learning and teaching materials for students and teachers. The Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin helped the businesspeople to build the new classroom building because this activity conforms the major objective of the club which is established to take care of disadvantaged and disabled people. Every year, the club’s members and private business owners join in many social activities to help poor and disadvantaged people.
The new classroom building was offered to Ban Nong Khon School where kindergarten students with autism will study. Mrs. Wassana added that the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin was launched over a decade ago by 30 local people in the city. The club’s meetings are is held four times a month to consider ways to help poor and disadvantaged people. Social activities are usually initiated by donation of all members and other people.
Next year, the club is planning to build a playground at Ban Nong Ta Phao in Hua Hin to honor His Majesty King Bhumibhol and provide the students with more space to play and take excercise. Those interested in making donation or participating in the club’s social activities are welcome to do. Those who would like to attend the club’s meetings can attend the Hua Hin Grand Hotel and Plaza every Thursday.