The Maunga Cycle Challenge Lake Karapiro Domain Waikato New Zealand
Military reenactor, Armistice in Cambridge, Lake Karapiro Domain, Waikato NZ 10/11/13
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Denise Hattie (left) presents Karen Emanuel with flowers at the 6th birthday celebration of In 2 Connect Cambridge at Powerhouse Karapiro Tuesday the 25th of May 2011.
And of course we are launching forth into that disagreeable season of the Big Little Town or is it Little Big Town promotion that Fieldays inflicts upon Cambridge once a year. Grr.
You will also find the domain referred to as the Mighty River Domain.
Today, tomorrow and Sunday: 28th, 29th & 30th of January 2011.
KWTJubilee chair Kevin Roigard signs off Deb Robinson’s minutes of the Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaoroa & Karapiro Hydro Schools 125th Jubilee Committee’s 22nd, and final, meeting.
Lake Karapiro Domain also known as Mighty River Domain
See this fascinating exhibition of historical photographs lovingly preserved by those who worked and lived along the stretch of the Waikato River now known as Lake Karapiro.
Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway – karakia (prayer).
The ‘official’ KWT Jubilee photos are being uploaded here.
The 2010 World Rowing Championships here at Lake Karapiro, New Zealand are thirty-four days away.
Final remarks from Karapiro principal David Graham and Whitehall principal Justin Bertrand bring the KWTJubilee (Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaoroa & Karapiro Hydro Schools) 125th combined schools jubilee to an end today, Sunday, the 26th of September 2010.
A very happy crew – the KWTJubilee 2010 committee with our Saturday evening speaker Rob Waddell. Special thanks go to Harcourts Kevin Deane Real Estate Cambridge for sponsorship support of our successful dine and dance.
Rugby players from Karapiro and Whitehall schools perform a haka to begin the official opening ceremony of the combined schools 125th jubilee today, Saturday, the 25th of September 2010 at Karapiro School, Waikato, New Zealand.
Bus leaving Leamington Bus Shelter at 5:40PM SHARP and Cambridge Town Hall Bus Shelter at 5:45PM SHARP on Saturday evening. Return by minibus can be arranged to suit during the evening.
KWTJubilee merchandise: Coffee mugs, beer handles, wine glasses and pens.
KWTJubilee – putting up the marquee. It was going to be a masterpiece but then it began to rain – cold rain – so just a snippet.
Kevin Dean and David Soar from Harcourts, Caroline Webbons KWT Jubilee committee member, Spencer Hickford from Farmlands and Benjamin Hemi Event Coordinator with Waipa District Council. Our sponsors also include Rotary Club of Cambridge and J. Swap Contractors Ltd.
As I work on the KWTJubilee some related gems have been turning up – this selection of photos from the Karapiro Hydro Dam construction in the 1940s from a local family album. Roll over each image and read the captions from the back of each snap (52mm (approx.) square contact prints – a Box Brownie of some sort I’m guessing). Thanks to John Fletcher and George Ve Vorms.
This is a digitized version of CENTENARY 100 Years of Education in the Taotaoroa Whitehall Karapiro Districts. 1885 — 1985 researched and complied by Phyllis Jeans, typed by Lesley Sewell and published in October 1985.
During June and July we will hold working bees (at Karapiro School) to bring together stories and photos – especially, though not exclusively, about the last 25 years. Using the 1985 Centennial book as the basis we intend producing a Second Edition with updated material. We have yet to decide what form this will take – a book or perhaps more likely a ‘virtual book’ on DVD. We are in the process of digitizing the 1985 book so it can be integrated with the new material.
The registration form is here. For more information visit our website.
The under 14 girls age group start their swim at 9.03am this morning – at Lake Karapiro, Waikato, New Zealand, today, Thursday the 25th of March 2010. Teams races begin at 1pm.
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.