Waipaoa Station Farm cadets graduate

GRADUATION: The junior and senior cadets of the Waipaoa Station Farm Cadet Training Trust had a time to remember last Friday at the well-attended graduation ceremony in the station woolshed. Training manager Denver Palmer is pictured centre back, with cadets, from left Jonah Daunton, Katie Herries, Sam Wright, training manager Denver Palmer, George Whitehead, Zak Carmichael and Logan McClelland.(Front row left to right) Jeffrey Marshall, Jim Ashworth, Cameron Rowden, and Cameron Hudson. Picture by Stephen Jones Photography

THE five graduates all have farming jobs in the Gisborne-Wairoa area. This year’s five juniors who become seniors next year, will be joined by five new juniors from Hamilton, Ohakune, Gisborne, Waipukurau and Whakatane.

THE five graduates all have farming jobs in the Gisborne-Wairoa area. This year’s five juniors who become seniors next year, will be joined by five new juniors from Hamilton, Ohakune, Gisborne, Waipukurau and Whakatane.

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Jan Haenga - 1 year ago
Awesome Denver!!! From Steve Drake hay days . . . to this. Dam brilliant!

Conrad and Jan

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