Oct. 17, 2023 Live from the road

Napier City

Reported by Mark Harvey 30.0 km

Some of the four legged locals. Herd of cows. Of course I have heard of cows!

The Rissington Statue. Carved from an old Redwood tree.

Patoka School feels Peace in the Heart.

Patoka School run around the field.

Richmond School teacher greeting the Peace Run team.

Richmond School feels Peace in their Heart.

Richmond School receives Certificate of Appreciation.

Richmond School children wish for Peace.

Joyful school students, holding the Peace Torch. Peace and happiness!

This beautiful tree carving is on the grounds of Iron Gate school, who are hosting the Omahu school students, while Omahu school is rebuilding after the floods.

Omahu School emblem.

Omahu School teacher holds the Peace torch.

Omahu School teacher holds the Peace torch.

Napier City Mayor, Kirsten Wise, holds the Peace Torch before the Torch Bearer Awards.

Neela (Neeracha Rattanaworametha) holds the Peace Torch, before receiving the Torch Bearer Award.

Group photo before the Napier Torch Bearer awards ceremony.

Omahu students listening to the Peace Run song.

Torch Bearer Award winners with the Peace Run team and Napier City Mayor.

Introducing the Peace Run to the Napier City Mayor and Torch Bearer Award recipients.

Napier City Mayor, Kirsten Wise presenting the Torch Bearer Award to Neeracha, (Neela).

Brendan O'Sullivan from The Evergreen Foundation receiving his Torch Bearer Award.

Selwyn Hawthorne who found volunteers and funds to enable Neela to do her kaupapa.

Torch carried by
Ailsa Barker (New Zealand), Daniel Ruben (New Zealand), Don Kerr (New Zealand), Jim Lawless (New Zealand), Mark Harvey (New Zealand), nirakara Lincoln (New Zealand), Preetidutta Thorpe (New Zealand).  
Mark Harvey
The torch has travelled 30.0 km in Napier City.

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