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 Assistance Programs in 2005 

All Motions Respectfully Submitted

John Sweet
Assistance Committee Chairman
 

TLC Brotherhood 2005 Assistance Motions 

 

TLC Brotherhood Assistance Motions : First Quarter 2005

  15 Motions provided $5,033.53 in direct aid:

 Motion 1-05

 Jeff Hudgens Wrote:

 Request funding for the following items with receipts to be provided:

         Textbook/Library Books           $200.00

         Notebooks (for school)              $48.00  

          School Desks 30 @ $25          $750.00

 

                      Total                         $1,000.00

 

 The text and library books will be used by two schools in the region; Ban Nahom (Grades 1-3) and Ban Thongkham (Grades 1-5). The desks will go to the Nahom village. Their are approximately 80 students in the Nahom school and the A1-Skyraiders Association has donated enough for 40 desks. I have another donor who has purchased 10 desks so if we had 30 there would be enough for each child. The notebooks are used the same way we would in the states for school work. We will distribute among both schools.

 Follow Up Report:

 Funds were adquate to include painting the school and building some playground equipment.

 

  Textbook/Library Books                   $200.00           Actual:  $125.00

   Notebooks (for school)                      $48.00            Actual:   $32.00

   School Desks 30 at $25 ea.             $750.00            Actual:  $495.00

   Paint School & Playground Equip                                            $348.00

                                TOTAL                                                      $1000.00

 

Motion 2-05

  John Middlewood Wrote:

 I move that $280.00 be approved to purchase cement, sand, gravel and rebar for Pylom School.  The school has prepared a 9 meter by 9 meter addition undwer their school building to expand the dining and meeting area. This work has been done through cooperation of the school and villagers. They have asked TLCB to provide the materials to complet the project with their labor to expand the area we already have provided for them.  (Actual $197.01)

 Motion 3-05

 John Middlewood Wrote:

 I move that $360.00 be approved for the monthly food program to feed a total of 34 students at 8 different schools.  Ban Naratchakwai 6, Na Ratchakwai Noi 4, Nong Bua 6, Sang Hin 3, Nuen Sa At 3, Pylom 4, Assamat 4 and Nong Hua Bau 4.

(Actual $360.62)

 Motion 4-05

 John Middlewood Wrote:

 I move that $365.00 be approved to purchase cement picnic tables for Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School. This will purchase 10 tables. The school has approximately 250 students, so if this motion is approved, I will be asking for and additional 10 tables next month and 4 tables the following month to provide them with enough tables.  This is one of the poorest schools in the sub-dristict and the only one left that we have not provided with a dining area. The principal admitted that they need the tables present ones are wood, old and falling apart but was afraid to ask for them because of the expense.  (Actual $361.45)

 Motion 5-05

 John Middlewood Wrote:

 I move $361.00 be spent for the ongoing food program feeding 34 students at 8 elementary schools.  The two schools with 6 have about 250 students, the schools with 4 have a little over 100 and the two schools with 3 have about 75 students:

Ban Naratchakwai Elementary School 6 students

Ban Na Ratchakwai Noi Elementary School 4 students

Ban Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School 6 students

Ban Sang Hin Elementary School 3 students

Ban Nuen Sa At Elementary School 3 students

Ban Pylom Elementary School 4 students

Ban Assamat Elementary School 4 students

Ban Nong Hua Bau Elementary School 4 students

(Actual $364.10)

Motion 6-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move $65.00 (approx. 2,500 baht) be spent to purchase 500 cinder blocks for Na Hue Bau Elementary school. The blocks will be used to partially enclose the dining area.  (Actual $65.35)

Motion 7-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that $364.00 (approx. 14,000 baht) be spent to purchase an additional 10 cement tables with benches for Nong Bua Elementary School.  (Actual $369.88)

Motion 8-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move $130.00 (approx. 5,000 baht) be spent to assist Sribuaban High School to build and "English Garden".  Total cost of the garden is 15,000 baht and all work will be done by the students. Funds will be used to purchase fill dirt and lumber and other materials to make signs in English to identify all the things planted in the garden and provide a peaceful place for students to gather in small groups to study. (Actual $130.69)

Motion 9-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 5000 baht (approximately $130) be approved for Mo Mae, out heart patient, to be used to travel to Khon Kaen on or about 10 March 2005.  She is scheduled for heart surgery on 11 March 2005 and will remain in the hospital for about 3 weeks. Funds will be for travel of her and her parents and for the parents to purchase food and living space during the period they are in Khon Kaen. (Actual $131.86)

Motion 10-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that $363.00 (approx. 13,900 baht) be spend for the monthly food program for the 8 schools we are supporting.  Note: one school has been dropped - Assamat Elementary School and another school added, Kham Guem Elementary School.  Kham Guem is an elementary school we visited about 1 1/2 year ago. At that time there were 45-50 students attending the school, but the principal was not interested in any kind of cooperative program, only if we wanted to give money. Since that time, the principal has been reassigned and one of the teachers came to see me a couple weeks ago. The school presently has about 30 students and is in danger of being closed if something isn't done. The villagers do not want the school closed. It is in the outside edge of the City school district, so receives no funding there. The village is a very poor Catholic village and seems to have no resources of their own. On February 15, 2005 I met with parents of all the students, the village priest, the three teachers, village headman and sub-district leader, as well as other community members. There were about 70 people at the meeting. The meeting lasted for about two hours.  The main point is that the villagers do not want their school closed and they are willing to do whatever they can to keep it open. There is evidence, in the last couple of months that since the principal has left, the teachers and students have taken initiative to clean up the school. During the meeting there were a number of requests submitted and some of them are covered in the motion above. Others will be addressed later.  I believe this is an opportunity for TLCB to make a great improvement at a particular school site over the next year or two. (Actual $364.56)

Motion 11-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that $293.00 (approx. 11,200 baht) be spent for cement dining tables and benches. This will provide the final four for Nong Buea Elementary school and provide four tables for Kham Guem Elementary School. (Actual $295.98)

Motion 12-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I Move that $314.00 (approx. 12,000 baht) be spent to construct student desks and chairs for Kham Guem Elementary School.  They have about 35 students with no desks or chairs that are serviceable.  Desks and Chairs will be constructed by villagers under the supervision of my master carpenter and welder. (Actual $314.19)

Motion 13-05

John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that $76.00 (approx. 2900 baht) be used to purchase plates, bowls and silverware for 40 at Kham Guem Elementary School.  The children presently have no eating utinsils at the school. (Actual $76.64)

Motion 14-05

Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:

Request $500.00 (approx 19,000 baht) to purchase the following items for Ban Phone Than School of Nongkhai:

1 Wall locker                    cost    Baht 2,500

1 Pkgs sport equipments      cost Baht 3,000

10 Fan Oscillating cost                Baht 6,000

12 Desks & Chairs             cost    Baht 6,600 (Baht 550 @)

The rest of the money will buy books and pencils. These items will be delivered before school closed down. (Actual $499.74)

Motion 15-05

Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:

Request $500.00 (approx. 19,000 Baht) to purchase the following items for Ban Elian School of Udorn:

1 Pkg. of Sport equipments    cost          Baht 3,000

1 Ea. Water cooler               cost            Baht 2,790

1 Ea. Wall locker                 cost            Baht  2,500

10 Ea. Fan Osc. Baht 600/@ cost           Baht 6,000

10 Japanese table Baht 100/2 cost         Baht 1,000

30 Mattress small for children  cost      Baht 3,000

Total                                                     Baht 18,290

The rest of the money will buy some toys, books, pen, pencil.  These items will be delivered before school closed down. (Actual $501.46)

 TLC Brotherhood Assistance Motions : Second Quarter 2005

16 Motions provided $5959.99 in direct aid:

Motion 16-05: 
 
Vichit Mingrachata delivered the following items provided to Ban Nong Sawan School in Muang Udorn:
 
50 Desks &n Chairs for students cost          27,500 Baht
100 chairs, plastic for meeting room cost      10,000 Baht
1 pkg sport equipment                                  2,200 Baht
Total Baht                                               39,700 Baht         
 
Actual  $1,027.27
 
Motion 17-05: 
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 19,000 baht (approx. $500.00) be approved to purchase school clothes for students in the 8 elementary schools we supervise. Each set is about 125 baht, so we can purchase 150 sets. The clothing will be distributed at the beginning of the school year to students that do not receive government assistance. We will be able to provide about 15-20 sets of clothing to each school, however, distribution will be based on need so some schools may receive more than others.
 
Actual $480.69
 
Motion 18-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 15,000 baht (approx. $395.00) be approved to purchase shoes for students in the 8 schools we supervise. Each pair of shows is about 100 baht, so we can purchase about 150 pairs of shoes. The shoes will be distributed at the beginning of the school year to students who do not receive government assistance. We will be able to provide about 15 pairs of shoes to each school, however, distribution will be based on need, so some schools may get more than others.
 
Actual: $379.17
 
Motion 19-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 4,000 baht (approx. $105.00) be approved to purchase socks to go with the shoes in the motion concerning shoes. We can purchase about 150 pairs of socks. Thank you for all of your assistance in the past.
 
Actual: $101.11
 
Motion 20-05:
 
Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:
 
The next school will be Ban Kong Pam Nong Sawan in Nong Bua Lamphoo.  This school has many poor school kids.  This motion will provide the following for them:

School uniform for boys and girls    10,100 baht
Table dining with chairs                27,500 baht
Sport Equipment                            2,400 baht
Total:                                         40,000 Baht (Approx. $1,000.00)
 
Actual:  $1,012.74

Motion 21-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that aid in the amount of 7,200 Baht (approx. $182.00) be provided to Gam Guem Elementary School:
 
Move that 1,600 baht be approved to purchase supplemental food for lunches for Kam Guem Elementary School.  I met with parents, teachers and staff and it was suggested by them that if possible the monthly food packages (4 for this school at a cost of 1600 baht) be changed to use these funds to purchase food to supplement the lunch program in order to provide a hot lunch for each student. The rate was pased on 80 baht per day times 20 school days per month to come up with 1600 baht. This school only has 30-35 students at this time.  I recommend that we try this for a couple of months and see how it works. To me, feeding 30 kids a hot meal every days is better than only 4 kids.  I understand it would be impossible to do this with a larger school but in this instance, I think we might
receive a larger benefit for the students at this small school.

I move also that 2,600 baht be approved to purchase 4 ceiling fans for Kham Guem Elementary school.  Fans needed for classrooms without fans.  Villagers will obtain wiring and install the fans.

I move also that 3,000 baht be approved to purchase sports equipment for Kham Guem Elementary school.  Equipment will involve purchase of soccer balls, volley balls, takraw balls, batmitten sets,relatged nets, and large rubber  balls for primary students
 
Actual: $182.18
 
Motion 22-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 3,900 baht (approx. $98.00) be approved to purchase 30 sleeping mats for kindergarten students. These mats will be used to replace various worn mats and help provide for the increase in student population.
 
Actual: $98.58
 
Motion 23-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 6,000 Baht (approx. $152.00) be used to purchase 150 hygiene kits for kindergarten students.  Kits include toothbrush, toothpaste, face cloth and baby powder. Number of kits will depend on what is on sale at the time of purchase.
 
Actual: $151.70
 
Motion 24-05: 
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 9,700 baht (approx. $245.00) be approved to purchase cement, sand, gravel and rebar to pour a 81 sq meter dining area slab at Ban Na Ratchakwai Elementary School. Labor will be provided by villagers. This is part of a continuing program to provide adequate eating areas at all the schools we serve.
 
Actual: $245.79
 
Motion 25-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 12,300 baht (approx. $312.00) be approved to purchase monthly food for 30 students at 7 elementary schools that we serve:
Ban Naratchakwai Elementary School 6 students
Ban Na Ratchakwai Noi Elementary School 4 students
Ban Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School 6 students
Ban Sang Hin Elementary School 3 students
Ban Nuen Sa At Elementary School 3 students
Ban Pylom Elementary School 4 students
Ban Nong Hua Bau Elementary School 4 students
 
Actual:  $311.68
 
Motion 26-05:
 
I move that 12,300 baht (approx. $307.00) be approved for the monthly food program for 30 students
at the 7 schools we are supporting with this program:
 
Ban Naratchakwai Elementary School 6 students
Ban Na Ratchakwai Noi Elementary School 4 students
Ban Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School 6 students
Ban Sang Hin Elementary School 3 students
Ban Nuen Sa At Elementary School 3 students
Ban Pylom Elementary School 4 students
Ban Nong Hua Bau Elementary School 4 students
 
Actual: $304.60
 
Motion 27-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 13,000 baht (approx. $325.00) be approved to purchase 25 student desks and chairs to be used at
Na Ratchakwai Noi elementary School.
 
Actual $322.57
 
Motion 28-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 1,600 baht be approved to supplement funding for school lunches at Kham Guem Elementary school.
I also move that 2,000 baht be approved to fund purchase of school supplies for students, such as pencils, pens,
paper, etc. Total expenditure 3,600 baht (approx. $90.00)
 
Actual:  $88.77
 
Motion 29-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 4,640 baht (approx. $116.00) be spent to purchase 29 sleeping mats for kindergarten students
at Pylom Elementary School.  This is one of two schools I forgot last year.
 
Actual:  $114.42
 
Motion 30-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 3,280 baht (approx. $82.00) be approved to purchase health kids for 84 kindergarten students
 in the schools we support. This will provide every kindergarten student with: toothbrush, toothpaste, powder,
 plastic cup, face cloth and a basket to put everything in with their name on it.
 
Actual:  $80.88
 
Motion 31-05:
 
John Middlewood Wrote:
 
I move that 2,800 baht (approx. $70.00) be approved to purchase an additional 500 cinder blocks to be used
at Nua Bau Elementary School to continue their project of enclosing their eating area to make it more sanitary.
 
Actual: $69.05
 
Motion 32-05:
 
Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:
 
 I move 20,000 baht to purchase 60 mattress, 2 rolls of linoleum, 1 wall locker, 80 towels, Education toys and equipment for kindergarten kids for the Pre-School kids Center at Kut Mak Fai of Nong Wua Saw Center in Udorn.
 
And another 10,000 baht to purchase the same for Bunyasit Pre-School Kids Center of Nong Wua Saw City Center and 10,000 baht to purchase Education Equipment, toys, mattresses, mats and wall lockers for the very poor kids which were left behind by their parents at the Children Development Center run by The Villagers at Ban Phon Thong of Udorn.  This center provided by the group of the villagers themselves no support from anyone else and need help before the rains come.   (Total 40,000 Baht approx. $1,000.00)
 
Actual:  $988.79

Thailand Laos Cambodia Brotherhood Assistance Motions

Third Quarter (Jun – Sep 2005)

 

Motion 33-05:  John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 2,200 baht (approximately $54.00) be spent to purchase additional hygiene kits for 45 kindergarten students at Don Muang elementary School.  Actual $53.17

 Motion 34-05:  John Middlewood Wrote:

 I move that 12,300 baht (approximately $300.00) be spent to purchase food packets for 30 students at the 7 following schools:  Actual $297.32

 Na Ratchakwai Elementary School - 6

Na Ratchakwai Noi Elementary School 4

Pylom Elementary School 4

Na Hua Bau Elementary School 4

Sang Hin Elementary School 3

Nuen Sa At Elementary School 3

Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School 6

Motion 35-05:  John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 1,600 baht (approximately $40.00) be spent for the monthly food program to supplement school lunch program at Kham Guem Elementary School. Supplement provides an additional 80 baht per day to provcide lunch for approximately  30 students.  

Actual $38.68

Motion 36-05:  John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 3,000 baht (approximately $73.00) be approved to provide food, transportation and lodging for Sakoona, our first heart patient, for her final checkup at Khon Kaen Heart Hospital. This will close her case.  Actual $72.73

Motion 37-05:  John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 8,000 baht (approximately $195.00) be spent to purchase food for 200-250 students attending the annual English Camp at Sribuaban High School. This will be our third year assisting in  this program.  Your NKP Representative will be spending about 12-14 hours teaching English during this camp.  Actual $193.97

Motion 38-05:  John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 4,800 baht (approximately $117.00) be approved to purchase replacement sleeping mats for 30 kindergarten students at Don Muang Elementary School. These will replace mats purchased three years ago which have given up their usefulness.  

Actual $116.39

Motion 39-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 3,400 baht (approximately $83.00) be used to purchase 20 sleeping mats for kindergarten students at Pylom Elementary School. This is the last school we forgot last year.  Actual $82.47

Motion 40-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 4,700 Baht (approximately $114.00) be approved to purchase materials to assist in construction of an additional room at the Ban Naratchakwai Noi Elementary School. Villagers will contribute additional materials and  all labor needed to complete the project.

Actual $113.99

Motion 41-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:

I move Baht 40,000 (approximately $972.00) to buy one wall locker (2,800 Baht) one water cooler (2,800 Baht) and the rest of the money (34,400 Baht) will buy cement, sand and gravel, and block to renovate the dining room  at Khukhong School of the Ban Phue district of Udorn.  Actual $970.07

Motion 42-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 12,300 Baht (approx. $297.00) be approved to purchase monthly food packets for 30 elementary students. Focus is changing at some schools.  Schools to be served in August are listed below:  Actual $295.55

Ban Naratchakwai Elementary 6

Ban Naratchakwai Noi elementary 4

Nuen Sa At Elementary 4

Nong Bua ratchakwai 6

Sang Hin Elementary 3

Na Sai Elementary 4

Ban Phon Ba Wan Elementary 3

Motion 43-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 1,600 baht (approx. $39.00) be approved for the school lunch program at Kham Guem Elementary School. This money purchases lunches for 30 students every school day. Actual $38.44

Motion 44-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 13,000 baht ( approx. $314.00) be approved to purchased 25 student desk/chair sets for Sang Hin elementary School.  Actual $313.11

Motion 45-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 1,200 baht (approx. $29.00) be approved to purchase kindergarten tables for Phon Ba Wan Elementary School and Na Sai Elementary School.  Actual $28.83

Motion 46-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 7000 baht be spent to purchase cement, sand, gravel and rebar for the self-help paving project at Ban Naratchakwai Elementary School. This will complete the paving project and provide a dry, clean area for school children to eat lunch and provide a place for meetings of the whole school.  Actual $169.86

Motion 47-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 5600 baht be spent to purchase 4 cement picnic tables for Phon Ba Wan Elementary School. If this is approved, I will purchase 4 tables this month and request 4 more tables next month. This will provide seating for the 80 students at the school for lunch and for meetings and other activities.  Actual $134.95

Motion 48-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:

We have not done anything for the several hundred hearing aid kids (deaf children) for a long time.  It would be good this time during Thai Mother Day held on August 12, 2005.  I move Baht 10,000 (approx. $250.00) for some noodle soup for those kids.  If there are unexpended funds will purchase some sport equipment for them or whatever is most needed.

Making Noodle Soup at Deaf School

Vichit at School for the Deaf

 

 

 

Actual $243.19

Motion 49-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:

May I move Baht 20,000 (approx. $500.00) to buy  Wall Locker, Osc. Fan, Water Cooler and Sports Equipment for Ban Na Nok Hong School.  Located at Amphur Phi Boon Lak of Udorn. 

Actual $485.67

Motion 50-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 12,3000 baht (approx. $300.00) be approved for the continuing monthly food program. Food will be provided to the following schools for a total of 30 students:

Actual $ 299.16

Ban Naratchakwai Elementary School           6

Ban Naratchakwai Noi Elementary School     4

Nuen Sa At Elementary School                    3

Ban Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School 6

Sang Hin Elementary School                        3

Na Sai Elementary School                           4

Phon Ba Wan Elementary School                   4

Motion 51-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 1600 baht (approx. $40.00) be approved to supplement the lunch program at Kam Guem Elementary School. Funds are used to provide additional food for all the students at the school on every school day.  Actual $39.03

Motion 52-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 6500 baht (approx. $159.00) be approved to complete the paving project at Pylom Elementary School.  Funds will be used to purchase cement, sand gravel, rebar to pave approximately 81 square meters to finish the dining and meeting area under one of the school buildings.  Actual $158.57

Motion 53-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 5600 baht (approx. $137.00) be approved to purchase four additional picnic tables for Phon Ba Wan Elementary School. This will provide seating for all children during lunch and for other group meetings.  Actual $136.63

Motion 54-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 7200 baht (approx. $176.00) be approved for Na Sai Elementary School. 3000 baht (approx. $73.00) will be used to purchase sand, cement and tile to refurbish the school library and 4200 baht (approx. $103.00) will be used to purchase 6 ceiling fans at approx. 700 baht each.  Actual $175.54

Motion 55-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 2100 baht (approx. $52.00) be approved to purchase kindergarten tables for Na Ratchakwai and Naratchakwai Noi elementary School. Five tables will be for the first school and ten tables for the second school.  Actual $51.49

Motion 56-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 3600 baht (approx. $88.00) be approved to purchase 15 kindergarten sleeping mats and 12 hygiene kits for Don Muang Elementary School.  Actual $87.77

Motion 57-05: John Middlewood Wrote:

I move that 1100 baht (approx. $27.00) be approved to purchase 8 kindergarten tables for the pre-school in Ban Naratchakwai.  This will provide seating for 32 students.

Actual $ 26.81

Motion 58-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote:

I move Baht 40,0000 (approx. $1,000.00) to buy 60 student desks and chairs, one wall locker, one water cooler and sport equipment for Ban Khok Sri Geow School located at Ban Khok Sri Geow of Nong Wua Saw District of Udorn District.  Actual $975.96

Ban Koksrigawe School - Udorn

Ban Koksrigawe School - Udorn

Fourth Quarter 2005  

TLC Brotherhood Assistance Motions:  October – December 2005 

Motions 59-05 through 75-05:  Total Assistance  $4,689.33

 

Motion 59-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote: May I move Baht 35,000 (approx. $853.00) to assist Pak Dong School. They need 50 student desks and chairs, wall locker and sport equipment. This school is from kindergarten to primary grade 6 and there are 216 students. Actual $852.42

 Motion 60-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote: For the Girls after checking found out that the warmest clothes cost Baht 100. So total l60 girls would cost 1,600 Bah and the powder milk for the baby cost Baht 200 per can, we would need to give them about one dozen cans would cost Baht 2,400. If we have enough money we may buy some cookies for the girl which may cost not more that Bah 1,000. At some of those store which I buy things from them they also like to donate something to those kids on behalf of TLC due to they have no time to do themselves. Total: 5,000 Baht (approx. $122.00)

Motion 60-05 will remain as voted at 1,600 Baht for clothing as requested by Vichit and the adjustment made by submission of another motion. The error in total requested was not caught when submitted, hence Motion 60-05 is for 5,000 Baht in total. Actual $121.77

 Motion 61-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 10,000 baht (approx. $244.00) be approved to rehab the kitchen and dining facility at the Pre-School in Ban Naratchakwai. There are 70-80 children attending this pre-school. Funds will be used to purchase cement and tile to replace present floor in the kitchen and dining area. Area involved is about 60 square meters. Actual $243.01

 Motion 62-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 7,500 baht (approx. $183.00) be approved to purchase school clothes, shoes, sox and hygiene packs for students at Kham Guem Elementary School. Actual $182.26

 Motion 63-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 5,100 baht (approx. $125.00) and 1,800 Baht on hand ($44.11) be approved for Sang Hin Elementary School. Funds will be used to purchase an additional 2 cement tables and benches and 4 student desks and chairs and 6 tables for the kindergarten classroom. Actual $169.11

 Motion 64-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 10,400 Baht (approx. $254.00) be approved for Phon Ba Wan elementary school. Funds will be used to purchase 20 student desks and chairs. Actual $249.93

 Motion 65-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 7,000 baht (approx. $171.00) be approved tor purchase of cement, sand, gravel and rebar for Nong Bua Ratchakwai Elementary School. Funds will be used to begin pouring a slab under one of the buildings so students will have a dry area to play during the rainy season, and area will be used for special events. Labor will be donated by villagers. Actual $171.53

 Motion 66-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote: Motion 66-05 submitted early due to the error on submission his request by Motion 60-05 to provide clothing for the Girls Orphanage Home in Udorn. Approval of these funds will not affect our budgeted allowances the November allowance will be adjusted to account for the expenditure. Vichit Requests 15,000 Baht (approx. $365.00) to purchase sweaters for 170 girls and powdered milk for the Girls Orphanage Home of Udorn. Actual: $291.83 (12,000 Baht) See Motion 71-05

 Motion 67-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 12,300 baht ( approx. $302.00) be approved to purchase food packets for our schools continuing in this program. Actual $321.17

 Motion 68-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 7,300 baht (approx $179.00) be approved to complete the paving project at Non Bua Naratchakwai Elementary school. This will give them a clean, dry area under one of the classroom buildings for meetings for the whole school, and a place to play and keep dry during the rainy season. Actual $178.90

 Motion 69-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 2,200 baht (approx $54.00) be approved to purchase an additional 16 kindergarten tables. Six will go to Sang Hin Elementary School and ten to the Pre-school in Ban Naratchakwai. Actual $53.85

 Motion 70-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 18,200 baht (approx $447.00) be approved to purchase 13 cement table and bench sets for Kok Gong Nong Kah Elementary and Intermediate school. This is another new school that has asked for assistance from TLCB. It is located about 8 km as the bird flies from the old base, but is off the beaten path. The new principal is one we have worked with at another school and provides a lot of cooperation and assistance through village participation. The school has about 260 students grades K thru 9, so we will be assisting here for a while. Actual $446.30

 Motion 71-05: Vichit Mingrachata Wrote: May I move Baht 18,000 (15,000 plus 3,000 Baht left from Motion 66-05) [approx. $438.00] to buy Kut Ling Ngo School Udorn following items: small chairs and table cost Baht 7,800 ($190.00) mattresses cost Baht 2,250 ($55.00) 2 wall lockers cost Baht 5,600 ($136.00) kindergarten children toys cost Baht 2,350 ($57.00) Actual: $437.30

 Motion 72-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 22,210 baht (approx $540.00) be spent for the Christmas program at Nakhon Phanom. Funds will provide ice cream and cookies for 5 elementary schools and one pre school and food and ice cream for 3 other schools. This will take the place of the normal monthly food program for the month of December 2005. Schools provided Ice Cream and Cookies: Sang Hin Elementary school, Nong Bua Naratchakwai Elementary School, Na ratchakwai Elementary School, Na Ratchakwai Noi elementary school, Nuen Sa At Elementary School, and Soon Patina Dek Lek Pre-School.  Schools receiving lunch and Ice Cream: Na Sai Elementary School, Nong Ka Koo Koon Elementary and Junior High School, Ban Pa Wan Elementary school. The three schools above are new to the program and have never received Christmas Lunch. Total number of students served in this program will be 1,270 at a cost of about 18 baht per student.

Actual $540.65

 Motion 73-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 2,400 baht (approx $58.25) be spent to purchase 6 sheets of Formica laminated 1/2 inch plywood to repair 6 metal frame picnic tables at the Soon Patina Dek Lek Pre-school. This will provide them with economical and serviceable tables to eat lunch. Presently they sit on the floor. Repair work will be done by volunteers. Actual $58.21

 Motion 74-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 10,500 baht (approx $255.00) be used to purchase 7 sets of cement picnic tables and benches for Nong Ka Koo Koon School. This will provide 20 of the required 30 for this school. If this motion is approved further tables will be requested in the coming months to complete the project. Actual $254.67

 Motion 75-05: John Middlewood Wrote: I move that 4,800 baht (approx $117.00) be approved to purchase 8 ceiling fans for Na Ratchakwai Noi Elementary School. This will provide the school with fans for every classroom. Installation and wiring will be taken care of by the parents of the school students. Actual $116.42

 Sincerely Submitted

 John Sweet

Assistance Committee Chairman

Thailand Laos Cambodia Brotherhood


 

 

 

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