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stories of two wars
The stories and memorabilia of some of
Papakura s war veterans are on dis-
play now in the Papakura Museum s
first Anzac exhibition.
Stories from the World War One and
Vietnam will be on display until June
9 in an exhibition called How We
Remember Them commemorating the
90th anniversary of the unveiling of
the Papakura-Karaka First World War
Memorial on June 5, 1921.
A collection of World War One
photographs, uniforms and papers tell
stories of Anzac soldiers at Gallipoli.
Touch screens play interviews
describing the personal experiences of
Vietnam veterans and their families.
Culture and Heritage Ministry oral
historian Claire Hall says the
exhibition s also a chance for Papakura
residents to consider sharing their own
memories and mementos of the
South Auckland has a strong vet-
eran community and many families
will have memories of the Vietnam
era, perhaps stories to share of its
impact in their lives and communi-
ties, she says.
People can put these into the digital
archive at vietnamwar.govt.nz.
Manager Kay Thomas says Papa-
kura Museum and the Culture and
Heritage Ministry will next year pro-
duce an exhibition to mark the end of
the four-year Vietnam history project,
which has recorded 130 veterans, their
wives, partners and children.
She hopes How We Remember Them
will attract people with a story to tell
or memorabilia to contribute for next
year s installation.
How We Remember Them is on at
the Papakura Museum in the Accent
Point building on Great South Rd,
Progressing town centre
By HINERANGI VAIMOSO
Progressive Papakura s new executive
committee has been named and now
plans are afoot to bring the town cen-
tre up to speed -- both aesthetically
Travel specialist for Harvey World
Travel on Great South Rd, Alyson
Wilcock, has taken on the role of
We have only just starting to get
things into prospective but at this
stage our focus is on creating an
appealing environment in the town
centre that is attractive, clean and safe
for people to visit and spend time in,
Mrs Wilcock says.
We are all keen to pull up our
sleeves and make it work. We do need
the support of the community and local
business, and we re looking forward to
working with everyone.
Joining Mrs Wilcock on Progressive
Papakura is Westpac bank manager
Sue Chung Bank as treasurer, Trudy
Wilson of A & E Fashions, Robert
Harris Cafe franchisee Tony Harrison,
Marion Devere-Ellery, manager for
Papakura Education Services Ltd,
Lindsay Smith of Urban Pharmacy Ltd
and Papakura Local Board member
Mrs Wilcock says the position of a
town centre manager is now being
Progressive Papakura is set to meet
again in two weeks.
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