Posted by Colin Hewens
On behalf of the Whakamarama Community Inc. we would like to extend our warm invitation to you and all your family and friends, to join us on a special occasion to open the Pa Kereru Loop track that Whakamārama Community Inc with the aid of Paul Mason and the Mahi Boys have been hard at work constructing over the last few years.
Please add the 10th of November to your calendars now, and share with all your friends and neighbours not on Cyberlink, thank you.
pp. Neil Rogers, Chair WCI.
WCI Project Leader
Friends of The Blade
Whakamarama Community Inc
“Enriching and safeguarding the rural environment for future generations”
and Friends of the Blade logo below
Invite You to
The Official Opening of the Pa Kereru Walking Loop, Whakamarama
Date 10th November 2019 at 2 pm
Whakamarama Community Inc. warmly invites you and your families and friends to the official opening of the Pa Kereru Walking Loop, which will be held in the area long known as “The Blade”.
This is a carpark in the Kaimai Mamaku SFP, accessed from the southern end of Whakamarama Road, down the 800-metre single lane track, suited to all vehicles.
2 pm Welcome and Karakia
Graham Cameron on behalf of tangata whenua
DoC spokes people
Anne Mackersey on behalf of WCI
Paul Mason, Leader Mahi Boys
Colin Hewens, Nga Hoa o Pa Kereru / Friends of the Blade
2.30 – 3.00 pm Afternoon tea,
3.00 pm – 5pm Guided groups to walk around the track, or part thereof, should you so desire.
To assist with catering arrangements, we will be asking later for a reply with possible numbers attending. This initial invitation is to allow you to book the date in your busy calendars.
Colin C Hewens, WCI Representative and Leader of the Friends of the Blade
Contact person: Colin Hewens
Contact telephone: 0223155646