On Sunday 12 August 2007 Chief District Officer Mr. Prasit Boonlikit, Lord Mayor of Hua Hin Mr. Sirapan Kamolpramoth, Hua Hin Municipality staff and large crowds of spectators have celebrated Mothers Day and Her Majesty birthday anniversary at the Queen's Park in Hua Hin.
The celebration have started at 07.00 pm with Thai dancing by students from Hua Hin Municipal School The Thai dance performance was excellent and the crowd gave a prolonged ovation.
Next official from municipality has introduced and welcomed each group which in turns laid flowers in front of the Queen's photo. There were 102 flower trays.
Afterwards Mr. Prasit Boonlikit as a leader of the Celebration gave a speech. He spoke about Her Majesty's wisdom and help Her Majesty has offered to people all over Thailand. He has offered blessing for HM the Queen. He then light the candle in a glass cabinet and come back to stand on the platform. Next the leader of each procession carried a candle light which they have lit from the candle of the Chief District Officer.
When all the candles were lit, the electric light have been turned off and all around there was candle’s light only and all the people sang utter cha yo chayo chayo, it was a wonderful moment.
After long celebration everyone went home to their families. Lord Mayor said that, this year the celebration was very big celebrations and many thousands of Hua Hin residents have participated. Everybody has enjoyed the celebrations very much.
Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya
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