guardian the 22 WEDNESDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2015 Snappedout out&about Ryan, Caleb, Ziggy and Franca came over from Richmond to visit the Marae with their parents. Spotted at Te Awhina Marae Friday enjoying the sun were Tord Kjellstrom and Adrienne Taylor only just returned from the cold northern hemisphere. Takashi, Akane and Aya from Japan, who are staying as Wwoofers at Riverside, enjoyed Friday’s powhiri at Te Awhina Marae. Maori warden John Muta spent a lot of Waitangi afternoon directing traffic into the safety of the Marae’s carpark. Here he chats with Helen Durbridge. Tangiwha and Rebecca and their friends had just arrived “out the back” at Te Awhina marae Friday. Above: Deborah Davey a recent arrival to the Motueka area, hails from the Waikato. Kay Forsyth, Jill Goulding and b Mary Leyden of the Ngawhatu Clu nd rou ond sec r thei after winning at the Women’s Invitation Bowling a Competiton hosted at the Motuek Bolwing Club. Arana Tamepo and Te Piripoho Barrett Alesana during Te Whatukura’s performance. The group will represent the Top of the South at the National Kapa Haka championships in Christchurch in March. Below: Roger Du nham, Polly Rabb its Michelle Hunwic k of the Dark Moo , Jan King and n Morris danced Moutere Inn Thur at th sd Polly and Michelle ay before the pub’s monthly mus e ic jam. joined the dancer were given their bells recently - a s in November and sign of how quic learned. kly they’d Tony Aikenhead, Paul Blackbeard, Scott Haine s, Nathan Peacock and Moeke Paaka stand for the powhiri at Monday’s Mo tueka High School we lcoming assembly. Left: Aroha, Breeze and Jahmalaki.
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