Westlake Girls | Heritage Gallery SH1 Cambridge.
From Lake Karapiro.
Timaru Herald Maadi Cup
Christchurch Boys’ High School Maadi Cup Squad comes to visit Hot Shots To Go the photographers in Duke Street, Cambridge this afternoon Tuesday the 31st of March 2009. Hot Shots To Go owner Dianna Spitalny (centre) has adopted the school for Maadi week 2009.
Cambridge Chamber of Commerce initiative Adopt A School for Maadi week has been a very welcome marketing success for our town. I am not quite sure of the numbers but many if not most of the schools competing at Karapiro this week are featured in an excellent abundance of window displays and instalations around and about. Cambridge CDB has quite a festive air about it. Great.
The Marlborough Express 31/03/2009
Maadi Cup 2009 Waikato Times 31/3/09
Maadi Village sign, Lake Karapiro Domain, Lake Karapiro, Waipa District, Waikato, New Zealand.
Christchurch Boys’ High School U17 Eight at 2009 Maadi Cup.
Massey brings champion rowers to Maadi Cup.
Rowing: Dye-hard crew serious in quest for gold
Redoubt road circutFind more Runs in Leamington, New Zealand
Waikato Times 30 March 2009
Day one heats. Two Cambridge crews this morning. More photos here. St Peter’s School Cambridge Cambridge High School
Bethlehem College flags Maadi 2009 Lake Karapiro. (Canon G10 experiment edited in camera uploaded raw – a bit rough I’m afraid – can’t find the correct codec to make a better version at the mo.).
Boats at the Judd Lane entrance to the Lake Karapiro rowing boat park.
Lake Karapiro looking toward the western bank – close to the dam – from the hydro dam roadway. Hidden beyond the trees Maungatautari Road and the Judd Lane entrance to Lake Karapiro Domain.
Lake Karapiro, moments before the first race of the 2009 New Zealand Secondary Schools Rowing Championships this morning Monday the 30th of March 2009, from the roadway on top of Karapiro dam looking south toward the finish of the 2000 metre rowing course (obscured by the small Toi tio covered headland and Karapiro Ski Club).
You can phone me 027 496 3802 or Dianna 027 606 8958.
Duke Street, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Generic Maadi Cup 2000 display. Corner Victoria and Empire Streets, Cambridge CBD, Cambridge, New Zealand. I rather like this.
Hawkes Bay Rowing Club colours.
Hamilton Boys’ High School | Holmes & Co, 70 Victoria Street, Cambridge.
The Cambridge Town Cup. Presented by Cambridge Chamber of Commerce the Cambridge Town Cup was first competed for in January 2008 during the Karapiro Rowing Club Inc.‘s annual KRI rowing regatta series at Lake Karapiro. NZ rowing blade. PC Care, 72a Victoria Street, Cambridge.
Epsom Girls Grammer School | Showcase Victoria Street, Cambridge.
he may be generic BNZ man. He does, though, appear to suit his Rotorua Boys’ High School colours.
Marian College | Sherwood Florist, 57 Victoria Street, Cambridge.
Sacred Heart College Hamilton | Bellissima, Victoria Street, Cambridge.
Carolyn Parkes of Deli on the corner with her Pio Pio College display this afternoon Sunday the 29th of March 2009.
Curley27, Motorbikegirl, _Bonjour_, deprivedonlykid Favourite :) Stroke: sits at the front and looks pretty Bow: has an amazing talent for finding floating trees, banks, other boats, etc I did a search interested to see what the take up of Twitter is among this cohort of people; um – not great. Maadi the place in Egypt isContinue reading “Maadi Cup Tweets”
Redout road 9.25km / 400cals Find more Walks in Leamington, New Zealand
James Hargest College U17/U18 quad crew (I trust I got this right guys) outside Hot Shots To Go in Duke Street Cambridge this morning. Of interest our poster featuring among others Nathan Cohen on the podium at Karapiro with Rob Waddell and Mahé Drysdale at the 2008 NZ Rowing Championships February last year. I guess then that one of these guys is Hayden Cohen.
Window displays Cambridge New Zealand CBD this morning Saturday the 28th of March 2009. 2009 Maadi Cup Regatta – New Zealand Secondary Schools Rowing Championships – begins at Lake Karapiro, Waipa, Waikato, New Zealand on Monday the 30th of March 2009.
Autographed King’s College Auckland shirt – 1997 U19s Eight – Fran’s Cafe’ Victoria Street, Cambridge. Cambridge CBD is in a colourful and festive mood today, Saturday the 28th of March 2009, in anticipation and celebration of Maadi Cup week – Monday 30th of March – Saturday the 4th of April 2009.
Maadi was a lovely sight. On the banks of the Nile just south of Cairo, its wide red roads shaded by purple jacaranda and brilliant flame trees, its big airy houses basking amidst lawns and scented gardens this was elegance, this was style and comfort. This was the English community. We were headed three miles out into the desert. Media Release HARPER COLLINS PUBLISHERS http://www.harpercollins.co.nz
krop.com/michaeljeans. Minimal and minimalist.
An upgrade of GetSocial software to include a Twitter button which will be used muchly in the coming week.
I use Google Alerts to harvest references to Cambridge and Leamington – the Waikato New Zealand versions. I am looking for websites and blogs actively mentioning these names. Fine – it seems to work – well, sort of. Perhaps it is just the names I have chosen – returns appear quite random – websites andContinue reading “Google Alerts trojan alert”
Shakespeare Street Leamington receives yet another tar and aggregate. Anyone would think we lived on a main highway.
Well done Gretchen and Mark.
Cambridge Kenpo school head instructor Mark Robinson and his students demonstrate Jeff Speakman’s Kenpo 5.0 system on stage at Cambridge Town Hall during the Your Cambridge News Expo this afternoon Sunday the 22nd of March 2009. For more information about Kenpo Karate in Cambridge call 07 827 8688 or 029 933 3669 or look here.
Entrepreneur, editor and publisher of Your Cambridge News Mark Nogaj. Your Cambridge News held a Give It A Go Expo today at Cambridge Town Hall celebrating our clubs, societies, community groups and services.
Cyclists await their countdown at 9:09am. A small gallery of photos around this time can be found here (coming).
The colourful drafting lanes on the greenbelt Lamb Street Leamington moments before the despatch, by Sarah Ulmer, of the 58km cycle road race which takes riders from Leamington through the districts of Pukekura, Rotoorangi, Puahue, Parawera and Monovale and back to the start finish here at Leamington.
The Polo grounds, festooned with advertising, on the greenbelt in Leamington is buzzing with activity this morning. Here walkers wait in Lamb Street for their 8:30am start, one of a programme of walking, running and cycling events in the annual Cambridge leg of the Sarah Ulmer Brand Stride or Ride series.
Hillcrest school gathering 2009
Cambridge NZ shopkeepers are being asked to adopt a school for the duration of the Maadi – hopefully reflected in supportive window displays. One hopes this is a success