October 17, 2021
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9 a.m. Working Bee

Choose your job: Gardening, flax clean-up, planting, waterblast the deck, clean the garage out!

Whariki restoration, digital photography, clean a panel, mattress room

10 a.m. Scone making, soup making, sausage rolls

Set up the Digital Photography display

NB- Each person who attended the June 2013 hui – send/email your 2 best photographs to Rachael or Ema and we will get them printed OR bring your best 2 photographs printed and ready to display as the outcome of the 2013 hui.  This will be a record of the hui. We will have a board ready. Select a title(s)  for your work!

12.30 –  Lunch

Afternoon – Developing a Plan for Whānau development 2014-2015

4 p.m. Using the kitchen at Ngātokowaru – what you need to know. Using the Convotherm oven, the gas oven, the Brat Pan, the dishwasher and the chiller minus the birds’ nests.

6 p.m. Dinner

Evening – Waiata for Ngāti Pareraukawa

Sunday 25th May 8 a.m. Big breakfast including pancakes and maple syrup

Te Wānanga o Raukawa developments and enrolments -  Mereana

10 a.m. Pekapeka Trust AGM

11 a.m. Church

12.30  Lunch

Goal setting

1.30 Koputara Trust AGMÂ

______________________ (EM 11/5/14)

The marae committee has decided to offer two marae-based courses this year:

1) Karanga – 4 weekends for 20 women. We expect this to be in June and July. Attendees will enrol in a course offered by Te Wananga o Raukawa.

2) Con-currently there will be a Poupou Whaikorero offered for 15-20 men who have some competence in te reo and experience with whaikorero. 

There will also be a weekend hui organised for whanau to have an overnight stay with whanau: Date to be advised.

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