Nor West News : November 10th 2011
Country tradition Pumpkin power: Tera Paraone, left, and Jacob Wood with popular entries in the Kaukapakapa School's indoor exhibition. Sweet treats, left: All Blacks cupcakes on the back row are made by Jackson Transue and on the front row by Jessie Deacon at the Kaukapakapa School's indoor exhibition. Well-deserved: Navana McLachlan and her goat won ribbons galore and a trophy at Kaukapakapa School. Skilful success: Jenna Washbrook and her lamb produced some good results at Kaukapakapa School's Agricultural Day. Woolly pals: The junior lamb ring at Waimauku School's Agricultural Day. Farm friends, below: Waimauku School has students with a range of experience taking part including Leo Vujcich with Johnny, Max Dakin with Skippy, James Speedy with Milky and Shanaye Holman with Go Go. Trotting along: The skills of Charlotte Ireland's pet goat are on public display at Kaukapakapa School. It's done and dusted for another year. Schools from the nor-west have held their popular agri- cultural days. There were the usual dis- plays and competitions of the children's pet farm animals and creative indoor exhibits of vegetable and garden decorations and characters. Visitors were also treated to a variety of entertainment, fun activities, food and refreshments. Participating schools were Waimauku, Waitoki, Tau- paki, Parakai, Woodhill, Helensville, Kaukapakapa and Waioneke.
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