Ladies in waiting

Te Awamutu Intermediate students were pictured just before their performance at last week’s Celebrating Waipā event at Karāpiro. Guests joined mayor Susan O’Regan, councillors and community board members at the Don Rowlands Centre for the event. Pictured from left with Matua Matiu were Divah Edwards, Pokaia Heke, Kylisea Waitere, Natascha Kelly, Amilia Kirikiri, Fayze Tangohau, Lily Benecke, Taelah Whitiora-Te Uira, Destiny Tunoho, Casi Rewha, Lilly Milham, Lily Uden and Eva Pivott. Photo: Mary Anne Gill.

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022 – chief executive Garry Dyet listens in as mayor Susan O’Regan thanks guests at the Celebrating Waipa event.

Neighbourhood Support Cambridge coordinator Eileen Hawkins listens in as mayor Susan O’Regan thanks community groups at Celebrating Waipa 2022

Councillor Roger Gordon listens in as mayor Susan O’Regan thanks everyone at the Celebrating Waipa 2022

Divah Edwards from Te Awamutu Intermediate kapa haka group celebrating Waipa 2022

Celebrating Waipa 2022

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