- Guardian Motueka Newspaper

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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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