Whānau feedback required!

The marae committee are coming around the motu during April to share some ideas around the marae development plans and seek feedback from whanau.

2019 Rongohaere Re-build Roadshow and information Flyer.

Kaupapa/ Purpose: To consult and seek support from the wider Rongohaere whanau regarding the Rongohaere Marae Development Plan to secure funding from the Oranga Marae Funding Grant (TPK & Lotteries) to re-build our marae.

Dates & Towns:
Hamilton – Saturday 13 April 2019
Rotorua – Sunday 14 April 2019
Taupo – ( Putaruru, Tokoroa Whanau)
Monday 15 of April 2019.
Wellington – Tuesday 16 April 2019
Christchurch – Wednesday 17 April 2019

Times:
Saturday and Sunday hui 5.pm to 6.30 pm.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday hui from 6pm to 7.30pm ( to enable whanau who work to attend).

Presentation Content:
• Karakia/Mihimihi/Whakatau/ Haere huri rauna introductions ko wai, No wai?
• Rongohaere Marae Development Plan / Oranga Marae Funding Grant
• Brief Korero on the feasibility Report
• Question Time / Feedback & Consultation regarding the Marae Development Plan
• Karakia Whakakapi
• Kapu Ti/Whakawhanaungatanga
• Hoki ki te kainga.

What to Bring:
Survey Monkey forms, projector, Laptop, Marae 5year development plan, and a good attitude.
Roadshow whanau town contacts:
• Hamilton – Manu Pohatu
• Rotorua – Michelle Ward
• Taupo –
• Wellington – Michelle Bartlett
• Christchurch – Tai Tuhura

Whanau who have offered to be roadshow contacts for our team, can you please Pm your contact details asap. Any patai please feel free to comment, naku noa Juanita.

 

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4 thoughts on “Whānau feedback required!

  1. Tēnā tātou katoa
    Thank you for including us via livestream to the hui. I am very impressed with the plans for the rebuild and want to thank you all for the hard work,effort and time you put into this kaupapa. I live away from my pa and I rarely get home to visit. So having these links and fb pages is a great way to keep in contact. Nga mihi.
    With regards to the rebuild I think everything has been covered impressively. Just a couple of whakaaro or patai. I think of our kaumatua who stay at the marae and having to sleep on the floor. Would there be an opportunity to have a kamatua room with beds etc and maybe a kitchenette? Including their own showers etc? Just to make their stay a bit more comfortable?
    Has the komiti thought of carvings for the wharenui? Or are there carvings? And if there isnt kei te pai. Or f the komiti decide not to kei te pai hoki.
    What can we as whanau living away do to help? We have a taurahere in Hamilton but not very active. We have done small fundraisers in the past. But other than that what else can we do?
    Heoi anō e te whanau, kare e mutu ana ngā mihi ki a koutou me a koutou kaha ki te hapai i tenei kaupapa whakahirahira.
    Naku iti noa
    Manu Pohatu

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  2. Ko te mihi ki ngaa ahikaa kei te haukainga e noho ana.Ka nui te mihi. He noho puku no taku hoa tane a Philip Ward ka whakaaro au kia tuku paanui atu ngaa te whakamaa hoki. Kua roa maatou te whaanau Te Waara e tuku moni ana ki te tautoko haaunga ko teeraa me peehea te whakahihiko ia taatou i Kirikiriroa ki te tautoko me te hiki kia tuu to taatou whare a Rongohaere. Ka tatari mo te hui a teeraa wiki pea. Hei teeraa wiki.

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  3. Kia Ora e te whānau,

    Thank you for organising our whānau hui. I am having trouble trying to dowload the plan and other related documents pertaining to the rebuild. Please email me the password, please.

    Ngā mihi o te wā.

    Nā,

    Tia

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