SKAL & PATA Welcome In The Festive Season

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Greetings from SKAL International Bangkok & PATA Thailand Chapter.

We are delighted to announce that our combined Annual Christmas Charity Luncheon will be held on:
Tuesday 14h December 2021

The Okura Prestige Bangkok – Grand Ballroom (3F) 

Check-in & networking drinks from 11.30 am onwards

Luncheon starts at 12 midday (sharp)

This will be a great opportunity to welcome in the Festive Season amongst industry colleagues & friends, and network for new contacts leading into 2022

As always, we will have an all inclusive delicious 4-course Christmas Lunch, with red & white wine, beer & coffee from our sponsors, and of course our exciting Christmas Raffle & Silent Auction – with proceeds going towards supporting our charity organisations.

The Good Shepherd Sisters Centre

The PATA Foundation

Please do mark your calendar in advance to join us for this festive and memorable, once-a-year only event.

Christmas Menu

Appetizer
Fresh Smoked Kingfish
Heirloom Tomato, Burrata Cheese, Smoked Eggplant, Pomegranate, Caprese Salad
Soup
Pumpkin Soup with Sunflower Seed
Main
Christmas Juicy Slow Roasted Turkey
Brussel Sprouts, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce
Or
Grilled Salmon Parmesan Herd
Crusted Green Beans, Lemon Dill Cream Sauce
Dessert
Pavlova
Berries, Mint, Gingerbread Men
Coffee or tea
Christmas cookies

Bookings are now open, so best to get in early and secure your seat or a table of 6 at this legendary once-a-year extravaganza.
** tickets can only be purchased ONLINE and there will be no on-the-day ‘door ticket’ sales available.
** for this special event we will need to charge for booking no-shows if not cancelled a minimum 48 hours prior to the event. We are sure you will understand and support that final attendance numbers confirmation is required in advance to our Hotel host for the preparation of meals.

For enquiries or bespoke arrangements, please contact:
PATA Members & Friends: Ben Montgomery on 0813089725
SKAL Members & Friends: Michael Bamberg on 0858000765

Christmas Spirit expressed by Charles Dickens in his   “Christmas Carols”  
Dickens’ description of the holiday as “a good time: a kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant time: the only time I know of in the long calendar of the year when men and women seem by one consent to open their shut-up hearts freely and to think of other people below them as if they really were fellow-passengers to the grave, and not another race of creatures bound on other journeys” is the very essence of Christmas today, not at the greedy commercialized level, but in people’s hearts and homes.