1. There will be a total of 7 grand winners...each will receipt the prize from 5 Directors of the Board, 1 treasure of the board and 1 from president of the club.
2. Six winners will be coming from golf score and one winner will be coming from the general audience after the game during dinner and karaoke.
3. Winner category:
Overall low net ( cap at 5 under par 70, normally par 72 but the hole # 2 par 5 is temporarily under repair due to previous storm and now is par 3 hole)
Hdcp 0- 13 low net - cap at 5 under par 70 ( please note hdcp range for closest to the pin too )
Hdcp 14 -21 low net - cap at 5 under par 70 ( please look for the proper proxy for par 3 )
Hdcp 22-27 low net - cap at 5 under par 70
Hdcp 28 + low net - cap at 5 under par 70
Men 55 years up -Senior must choose between hdcp flight or senior flight and register with Kempat prior tee off.
Tee off box: All men tee off from GOLD ( except 65 years old tee off from white ), lady tee off from RED.
NOTE: Golfers who shot under par after deducted hdcp must report to Kempat immediately after the round.
BONUS: Golf Clinic for kids and high handicapper by professional from Thailand, Pro Boy and Pro Em.
BONUS: This Sunday event will be captured on the video tape by Chris Jantaburi, the tape will be turned over to Kempat for editing and send to Sunny Leon to broadcast on his new TV network www.suncastv.com make sure put on your best outfit OK?
BONUS: Free dinner and entertainment for all participants
On behalf of BOD TGCC ( Chair =Dr. Panom) and the entire Staff of Operation ( Khun Anan = president ) we are looking forward to serve you this weekend.
I wonder who will be going to loy-kra-tong at Wat thammaram this Saturday Nov 10th, 2007. I plan to go around 5PM. If anyone wanna join me, please let me know.
We can meet up. You can shoot me an email or call me at 312-446-0964 (cell). Thank you.
enclosed is the 2nd announcement for the reunion party in the Netherlands. The party is changed to be during 16-17 February 2008. other information are still the same. Could you please place the announcement on the OSK network website and please let any OSKs who might be interested in the event know this information? Thank you very much.
First of all, Happy new year to everyone. Hope everyone has a great year so far. I would like to welcome nong White (OSK 120) to the windy city, Chicago. We would like to set up the date to get together and welcome nong White, since I will be very busy for the next two weeks, how about Friday, 22nd?
Ive attached the pictures that we took last time at P Thoung restaurant (Thai Little Home) on Friday April 20th, 2007. Also, I want everyone to check your name on the excel file and update if need and email back to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you all soon.
PS, I would like to announce to you all that Im getting married. Im inviting all of you to come to my wedding. Please mark your calendar for Friday, August 15th at the Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, if you can make it. I will need everyone name and address for the invitation.
On 2/3/08 9:52 PM, "Suthin Sae-ngow" <n_suthin@hotmail. com> wrote:
Hi P' OSKs,
How are you krub? Hope you are starting a new year well.
I'm pleased to let you know that we have another OSK in Chicago. His name is WHITE (OSK 120), a first year PhD student in economics at the University of Chicago krub. He used to ask me if there are any other OSK in Chicago and he would like to get to know all of you.
Since we haven't met for a while, how do you think about another get together to welcome N'White and to give him an opportunity to get to know p'p' krub?
.... Ajarn Pornsiri (current SK teacher) has asked me for all OSK in Wisconsin contacts since she will be in Wisconsin this coming April (possibly bring along many current SK students on this trip with her?)
List of OSK in Wisc. so far:
1) email@example.com OSK89(93) ดร.ธงชัย วินิจจะกูล
Professor of History
Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
455 N. Park St., Madison, WI 53706, USA
Office Phone (608) 263-8931; Fax (608) 263-5302
-- หากไล่เรียงประวัติความเป็นมา ตระกูลวินิจจะกูลมีสวนฯอยู่ ๓ ท่าน คือ นพ.ประดิษฐ์ วินิจจะกูล เข้าสวนฯปี 2508 พี่ชวลิต วินิจจะกูล เข้าสวนฯปี 2511 และ ดร.ธงชัย วินิจจะกูล เข้าสวนฯปี 2513 สองท่านหลังล้วนเป็นผู้นำนักศึกษาในอดีต..ผู้เสียสละเอาชีวิตเข้าเสี่ยงเพื่อช่วยผู้อื่น (Translated from Assistant Professor Ji Giles Ungpakorn's essay ".. student leaders like Thongchai Winichakul, Somsak Jeamteerasakul and Chavalit Winichakul, also risked their lives to save others" -- บทความนำเสนอที่ S.O.A.S. มหาวิทยาลัยลอนดอน กันยายน ๒๕๔๔) ....
2) kaveepot@uwm. edu OSK112 กวีพจน์ สัตตวัฒนานนท์ 330xx
3) kitiyanant@wisc. edu OSK115 นริศร กิติยานันท์ โอ็ต , แหลม xx ถ.สิรินธร x บางพลัด กทม. 10700 02-8811xxx 081-7350xxx old email: firstname.lastname@example.org DOB: xx ต.ค.
จาก Ajarn PORNSIRI TONGPUN <tpornsiri@hotmail. com> ถึง
Vudh <songwut@gmail. com>,
วันที่ มี.ค. 9, 2008 1:50 ก่อนเที่ยง
Dear Vudh and all OSK in Wisconsin,
Thanks a lot for your help. Im so glad to hear from you.
We are going to Wisconsin from April 11 to May 2, 2008 under the Thailand-Wisconsin International Sunrise Program. Its the program of cooperation between MOE Thailand and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The program gives local school districts the opportunity to create flexible educational programs to exchange students and chaperoning adults, for the purpose of cultural and linguistic study in the context of safe neighborhood schools and friendly, less expensive home-stay environments. Thai 5 teachers and 25 students from all over Thailand are selected by exams to join the program this year. That includes me and 2 S.K. students (Nattanan M.2 and Tanat M.5).
We are going to different schools in different places.
Ajarn Pornsiri will take care of 5 students to Deerfield . Nattanan will go to Menasha and Tanat to Wausau. So I think that you can help us to prepare ourselves before going there and its a good opportunity to visit OSK there if it is possible.
If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact me via this e-mail.
Im looking forward to hearing from you and seeing you soon.
Welcome to Wisconsin. By the time you get here, hope the weather cooperates better.
The three towns you mention in the message are pretty far apart. Deerfield is closest to Madison - about 20 miles east of Madison (half an hour drive). Menasha is about 2.5 hour drive northeast of Madison, towards Green Bay (in case you have heard the name of a famous American Football team). Wausau is about 2 hour drive north of of Madison.
April 11 - May 2 is normally the busiest time of the year for people at U Wisconsin because it is the end of academic year here. For me, it is time that many Master and PhD students try to finish their degrees, and many business try to wrap up their academic year business.
I am a bit older generation who doesn't have much contact with the school. Although I still go to Thailand from time to time, I have been working and living in Madison for almost 17 years. I hope many Thai students here are closer to the generation of the SK students who are coming. They might provide better info those students need to know. They might be able to take you along for a campus tour in case you come to Madison. If you'd like to see our library, or meet particular people in the university, please let me know and find out.
Anything else I can be a help, please let me know.
Professor of History
University of Wisconsin-Madison
455 N. Park St.
Madison, WI 53706
A group of Thai students and teachers under Thailand-Wisconsin International Sunrise Program (cooperation between the Office of the Basic Education Commission, Ministry of Education, Thailand and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction) has arrived Madison on the last Friday (4/11) night. They stayed overnight at the Howard Johnson hotel nearby the east towne mall. At the moment, they are with their host families around Wisconsin area. I visited them on Saturday morning and met Dr. Gerhard Fischer, who is an international education consultant from Division for Academic Excellence, Dept. of Public Instruction. He asked me if any TSA's members could join their program because some joined last year. So, I passed this message to all you guys.
The groups will depart from Madison on May 2, 2008. Before leaving from Madison, they are going to have a day in Madison and the tentative program we could involve is the tour of Madison on 5/1/2008. I still have no information about the exact schedule. I knew only they are going to take a tour around UW campus and also Olbrich Botanical Garden. Hopefully, TSA could have some to contact Dr.Gerhard about the program. His e-mail address is email@example.com or you can contact his co-worker Carol Stricker at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also phone her at 608-267-9274. I would recommend you to contact Carol instead of Dr.Gerhard since he is going out of town for a week.
Have a nice day,
Narisorn Kitiyanant (DVM)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Stem Cell Research Program
T610 Waisman Center
1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705