Trick-or-treaters in St James one of the contemporary housing estates/subdivisions in the north northeastern reaches of suburban Hamilton, Waikato this evening, Saturday, the 31st of October 2009.
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Above the photo chain made by Chris Strange for Ben’s 24th birthday cake. Today we have been looking at video and stills of Ben’s funeral and making plans to edit and preserve it. Plans to put it online will be complete in a couple of weeks. Below the haka as Ben’s casket is about to leave Ngaruawahia High School on Monday the 26th of October 2009.
Waikato Diocesan School for Girls celebrates 100 years this weekend.
Don Rowlands patron of Rowing New Zealand’s 2010 World Championships at Lake Karapiro speaks today Friday the 30th of October 2009 at The Karapiro 2010 One-Year-Out Celebration, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Mayor of Waipa Alan Livingston speaks, today, Friday the 30th of October 2009 as Cambridge celebrates one year to the 2010 World Rowing Champs at Lake Karapiro, with a street parade. Karapiro 2010 One-Year-Out Celebration.
St Peters School Cambridge and Cambridge High School students form a guard of honour for the elite rowers taking part in today’s Karapiro 2010 One-Year-Out Celebration on the Cambridge Town Hall Piazza, today, Friday the 30th of October 2009.
Waipa District Deputy Mayor Peter Lee and Waipa District Councillor Grahame Webber with rowers Tyson Williams and Jade Uru in the Karapiro 2010 One-Year-Out Celebration street parade, today, Friday the 30th of October 2009. Victoria Street, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Photographs taken at Ngaruawahia High School during the day. Unedited.
A Celebration of Ben’s Life will be streamed live from 2.00PM NZDT Monday 26 October 2009 (New Zealand Daylight Time is 13 hours ahead of UTC/GMT)
Apologies this page has shown up on Google by mistake. The link you are looking for is michaeljeans.co.nz/2009/10/26/ben-gilby-todd/ which will go live in a little under an hour.
Right on our doorstep. The BMX North Island Titles held by the Waikato Region yesterday October 24th & today October 25th 2009 here in Leamington.
Centennial Celebration photographs 24 October 2009
Benjamin Joseph Gilby-Todd 2PM NZDT Monday the 26th of October 2009.
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Cambridge New Zealand Chamber of Commerce executive and officers.
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Just after 11 o’clock on Saturday the 5th of October 1985 this table cloth was used for the centennial cake cutting celebrating 100 years of education in Whitehall, Karapiro and Taotaoroa districts. In September 2010 the same cloth – with updated embroidery – will serve a similar purpose at the Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaoroa and Karapiro Hydro Schools 125th Jubilee. For more information please visit the website.
Poll results: Poetry Posts 25%, Poetry Pillars 63%, Poetry Stones 13%.
From what I can see from his list, Rangitikei artist Steuart Welch from Cannock Forge is bringing to us pieces from both ends of the spectrum – big bold statement pieces which require a truck to move and some which represent the whimsical aspect of his nature. We are really looking forward to seeing the effect of placing such strong pieces in our garden and learning first hand how to tread that line between enhancing a vision and dominating it. The works will remain in place throughout our Rhododendron Festival until the second week of November.
Wordsworth and Shakespeare Leamington 3432 New Zealand
Phillip Quay PR Consultant to the First Tuesday Trust, which is bringing the Melboune Cup to Cambridge Raceway on Cup Day Tuesday the 3rd of November 2009. At Cambridge Stud this afternoon, Tuesday, the 13th of October 2009.
Elizabeth Charleston race day ambassador for the Cambridge Melbourne Cup Day on the 3rd of November 2009.
Emma Ghaemmaghamy sings at the Waikato Modern Choir (and friends) in Concert event at Cambridge Town Hall on Sunday the 11th of October 2009. Cambridge, Waikato, New Zealand.
Currently at Performing Arts Centre University of Waikato campus Hillcrest, Hamilton, Waikato – until Saturday the 24th of October 2009.
Which do you prefer as the name for Shakespeare Street’s new feature?
Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston officially declared the Shakespeare Street upgrade complete, and unveiled the last of the poetry pillars.
This other Leamington, this noble town,
set like a jewel in England’s farthest crown,
honours the many masters of the pen.
by naming all her streets from famous men.
M.S, 21 April 1954.
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Leamington New Zealand colours – blue & white.
Brian & Caroline Tidey – Sheridan Dairy,
Reema & Shaleen Singh – Leamington Maxi Market,
Sam, Ewan, Trevor, Luke, Sue & Jenny with Payton-Lee in the front – Cambridge Home Kills,
Scott – Scott’s Café,
Ken – Leamington Pharmacy,
Tash & Peet van Dijk – Cambridge Body Art,
Kevin Cattley – Leamington Cycles & Mowers,
Maxine & Cherie – Maxine’s Collectibles,
Leanne – Leamington Barber Shop,
Sam & Narelle – Leamington Pet Vet,
Margaret Hampson-Tindale & Betty Hines – Jumble Around,
Max Russell – BP 2go Leamington,
Nicki & Jill – Cambridge Community House,
Donna Goodman – Warm Floors Gas & Heat Centre,
Karen Rouse – Class Act Hair Design,
Helen, Karen and Alison – Leamington Path Lab,
James Hemi – Leamington Physiotherapy,
Carol – Hamilton Radiology,
Vania – Shakespeare Closet,
Roger, Shani, Dagsha, Paula and Adele – Shakespeare Street Four Square,
Karl, Steven, John and Keith – Leamington Motor Services,
Dr Ian Gilbertson, Dr Rama Somas, Nurse Janet, Receptionist Kristel, Nurse Jane and Receptionist Sue – Leamington Medical Centre,
Gagan & Jay – Shakespeare Liquor,
Laura Mead student, Yvonne Randle, Dawn Wirihana, Roka Kirkland and Vicky Kay – Community Health staff members,
Roy. Craig and Rod – Rosswood,
Ian – Shakespeare’s Gourmet Pizzas,
Ron & Rosemary Cook – Cambridge Osteopathic Clinic.
Today the company sells a wide variety of products — the kind of things you need when raising calves. One such is the Speedy Feeder, a plastic milk bottle which allows the young calf to suck milk at three different speeds. (Is there one for human babies? Geoff didn’t know but thought there should be.)
Although Shoof International spends a good amount of money to exhibit in Madison, the couple feel it’s worth it. “We sell through distributors,” Geoff says. “We come to Dairy Expo to provide support to dealers who handle our products and answer questions.”
It the trip worth the time and money (a one way ticket home costs $2,000)?
“We think so, or we wouldn’t come,” Geoff says. “Besides, we have been to cattle shows in England and Ireland and will go home after Dairy Expo.”