Whaingaroa Youth Movement “Welcome Home”

On Saturday 3rd December 2011, the students from Whaingaroa Youth Movement had their annual dance show.  This year the show was in Wainui Reserve in the gardens.  Once again Patti and her students (all girls this year again) put on a show to be proud of.  From cute little 5 year old ‘pukeko’ to the seniors who were the ‘wahine’.  There was a huge turn out this year of family and friends all sitting on picnic blankets under the trees eating their picnics, sipping wine, chatting and laughing with each other.  Music was floating all around the park as we were all entertained by our tamariki.  There were even a pair of ‘seagulls’ entertaining us from high up in the sky (two very talented circus performers displaying their ribbon climbing skills!)

Thank you Patti and all the members of the Whaingaroa Youth Movement for your dedication and amazing talents to make your entire community proud.  This is a gift that our children will carry on through their lives, to be able to stand tall, move gracefully and dance in tune to life’s beat XXX 

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