Rowing North Island Club Championships 2012

A small collection of medal presentation photographs taken between 12:30 and 3 oclock this afternoon at Lake Karapiro. Thanks to Paula and Anita for the hospitality and the Waikato Dio crew for the excellent company. I understand this Cambridge crew are St Peter’s School students. The gallery is here.

A Cambridge crew Lake Karapiro New Zealand 14/1/2012

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WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 11:04am

Park & Ride shuttle buses, Maungatautari Road, Karapiro, New Zealand

Park & Ride shuttle buses, Maungatautari Road, Karapiro, New Zealand WRCH2010 Day 8 Sunday 7 November 2010 11:04am.

What’s on Cambridge New Zealand | welcome the Lithuanian team

As you know we have adopted Lithuania as part of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce promotion for the rowing, and some of you may have noticed the rather large flag outside my office this week. You are all invited to join me to welcome the Lithuanian rower and team. Please feel free to spread the word around. Parishioners – a plate for morning tea would be appreciated. This morning Friday 5 November at 10:00am. Look forward to seeing you.

Andrew | Rev Andrew Hedge

WRCH2010 Park & Ride Blue P1 Lamb Street Leamington NZ

WRCH2010 Park & Ride Blue Lamb Street Leamington

Karapiro Crew volunteers ease into what will be a well oiled park and ride facility five minutes walk from my house here in Leamington, this morning, Saturday the 30th of October 2010. Already in operation at 7:40am this morning the system will kick in fully for the first time later today for those coming to this afternoon’s opening ceremony at 2pm.

Cambridge New Zealand – WRCH2010 profile

Michael Blake Cambridge Chamber of Commerce

Cambridge Chamber of Commerce committee member Michael Blake speaks at this evening’s Business After 5 (ba5) at the Cambridge Club in Dick Street, Cambridge. Tonight the final divvy up of countries in the adopt a country promotion Cambridge businesses are undertaking in support of the World Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro in October and November 2010. The result of a silent auction and final draw will see both teams and visitors welcomed to Cambridge and surrounding businesses with retail displays and activities.

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