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11th AGM Pā Sports Day this Saturday Splash Planet, Hastings

Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated

MEDIA RELEASE – 24 November 2016


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• Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated is celebrating it’s 11th AGM Pā Sports at Splash Planet in Hastings this Saturday 26 November 2016.

• This whānau reunion has become one of New Zealand’s biggest AGM meetings with 5,000 plus attending.

• It’s proved so popular among iwi members that children who attended our first AGM Pā Sports in 2005 are now young parents bringing their children along to share these positive memories

• “Healthy Happy Whānau is our big driver for the future of our iwi”, says Chairman Ngahiwi Tomoana.

• “Our vision has always been to turn the impossible into reality”

• In 2000 we had one hundred members at our AGM, and today it’s thousands.

• “By discounting entry into Splash Planet’s theme park for our members is an instant benefit to them in their thousands”

• “This is a small step for us but in a larger scheme for the future we want to change the lives of our members for the better forever”

• “By Kahungunu, For Kahungunu, For Everyone, Forever”

Ngāti Kahungunu AGM Pā Sports Day

Saturday 26 November 2016

Annual General Meeting Agenda


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