Meri Kirihimete me He Hari Tau Hou / Merry Christmas Everyone
35 MONTHS AGO
As the evening of Christmas Eve approaches us, I would love to extend a wonderful Festive Holiday greetings to you all, and a chance to grab some special moments with your whaanau and friends over this time of rest, recuperation, recharge and reflection.
It is incredible to have 43 join this waka (and 2 more via internet banking support), and it certainly is humbling to know that there are many more helping to row this waka to Christcurch.
We have exciting news to finish the year off. Tiki Taane Mahuta has secured itself a "Naming Rights Sponsor" with Ngai Taahu coming onboard to guide this waka into its shores and up the Avon into the Isaac Theatre Royal. It is a vital partnership that we need to help turn this dream into a reality! Ngai Taahu have taken up such a leading role in the re-build of Christchurch by offering so many sub-divisions for re-building, and now they continue that incredible mantle to help forge a future partnership with us and play a huge role in furthering the rejuvenation of the city and bringing the Christchurch wider community back into the City Centre.
Meri Kirihimete me he Hari Tau Hou mo 2015!
From Jana Castillo, Aloalii Tapu, Jared Hemopo, Paora Taurima, Brydie Colquhoun, Alice MaCaan, Mattie Hamuera, Puriri Koria, Uekaha Taanetinorau, Tiki Taane, Ninakaye Taanetinorau, Maureen Taane, Lucy Marinkovich, Tom Hoyle, Gillie Coxhill, Vicki Cooksley, Andrew Gibson, Jen Lal, Ian Hammond, Rowan Pierce, Nicole Arrow, Robert Dussler, and Tanemahuta & Yumiko Olliver-Gray and our tamariki Keilani, Akira and Tamarererangi! xoxo