A dinner was held by the Celebration Organising Committee on Saturday, 18th May 2013 to thank all sponsors and friends who have helped in making the 1st Ban Ka Lan Snake Festival a resounding success. They were presented with Certificates of Appreciation by the Celebration Organising Committee during the evening’s dinner.
To add to the festivity of the occasion it was held in Jalan Tokong Ular right opposite the Snake Temple and local singers were engaged to entertain the crowd. Friends and invited guests turned up to make the dinner a happy and enjoyable event.
Yeoh Seng Hoe, Mr. & Mrs. Yeoh Guan Aun with Lim Hua Kwang and Khoo Kay Hock in the background.
Dato’ & Datin Lim Eng Soon, Yeoh Seng Hoe and Tan Kok Chye exchanging pleasantries.
Cheah Hock Cheok and Khoo Kay Hock talking to Sister Katherine of Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital, Penang.
Michael Chuan, Lim Soo Peng and Marilyn with friends.
Tan Kok Chye, Khoo Kay Hock, Tan Joo Chye and Dato’ Thor Phek Tong.
Mr. & Mrs. Lim Hua Kwang, Miss Tan and Mrs. Lim Gim Hin.
Organising Chairman, Cheah Cheng Ean giving a speech.
Khoo Kay Hock. Chairman of Hokkien Kongsi, Penang giving a speech.
Sister Katherine of Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital, Penang giving a thank you speech for the community’s support.
Representative from neighbouring Indian Temple receiving a Certificate of Appreciation for allowing their premises to be used during the Ban Ka Lan Snake Festival. Next to him from left to right – Sim Siang Chuan (Temple Committee Chairman), Khoo Kay Hock (Chairman of Hokkien Kongsi, Penang), Cheah Cheng Ean (Organising Chairman) and Master of Ceremony.
Certificate of Appreciation presented to Lim Soo Peng and his friends for the beautiful photos taken by them during the Snake Festival. Seen taking a photo is none other than his colleague, Michael Chuan, who worked very hard during the Festival too.
Dinner guests enjoying the performance of a female local artiste.
Resident photographer of Snake Temple, Tan Chin Hin, shaking hands with another local female artiste.
Sim Siang Chuan (aka Bakar) and the female local artiste singing a Mandarin song to entertain the dinner guests. What a fitting finale to the evening!!!