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National Children’s Day Celebrations at Wat Nong Kae Municipality School Bring Joy and Inspiration

Hua Hin, January 13, 2024 – In a heartfelt celebration of National Children’s Day, Wat Nong Kae Municipality School in Hua Hin witnessed a vibrant gathering on January 12, 2024. The event was graced by the presence of Mr. Nopporn Wutthikul, Mayor of Hua Hin City, who presided over the opening and delivered a meaningful message on the significance of this special day. Mrs. Rujira Khamtlab, the Director of Wat Nong Kae Municipality School, provided a comprehensive report, emphasizing the importance of fostering positive interactions between teachers and students within the school’s nurturing environment.

As the second Saturday of January marked National Children’s Day 2024, educational institutions across the region organized pre-event activities, aiming to strengthen the bond between students and educators. Recognizing children as the cornerstone of the nation’s future, these initiatives sought to instill a sense of importance and responsibility in the younger generation.

The festivities at Wat Nong Kae Municipality School included a variety of engaging activities. From prize distributions to scholarships and delectable treats from generous sponsors in the Hua Hin area, the day was dedicated to bringing joy and excitement to the attending children. Students from various educational institutions showcased their talents through captivating performances, adding an extra layer of fun to the celebration.

The event, held at Wat Nong Kae Municipality School in Nong Kae Subdistrict, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, was a testament to the community’s commitment to nurturing the well-being and happiness of its younger members. Attendees, including Mr. Udom Duangkhae, Chairman of the Municipal Council, Mr. Thongchai Phetsongkhram, Vice President of the Municipal Council, Mr. Jeerawat Brahmani, Permanent Secretary of the Municipality, and Ms. Wassana Bunmak, Director of the Education Division, added their presence to the festivities, underscoring the collective effort to create a positive and inspiring environment for the children of the region.

National Children’s Day 2024 left an indelible mark, not only as a day of celebration but also as a reminder of the shared responsibility to shape a bright and promising future for the nation through the nurturing of its youngest members.

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