Kia Ora Whanau

  This year the Hub hosted the 2nd annual Neighbours Day. Here you can see the local neighbourhood kids doing chalk drawings on the wall and showing off their face paint.     

This year the Hub hosted the 2nd annual Neighbours Day. Here you can see the local neighbourhood kids doing chalk drawings on the wall and showing off their face paint. 

 

What does Massey mean to you? 

Community. Family. Green Spaces. River. History. Connection. Friends. Kids growing up. Change. Evolution. Growth. Whanau. Gardens. Hills. Sports. Walks. Friendship. Potential. Aroha. 

Exciting things are happening this term but we need you to get them up and running. Are you passionate about getting a community orchard up and running? Are you new to Massey and want to learn more about what we have to offer? Have a cool skill you want to share, or want to discover new ones? Interested in gardening but don’t have the space? Then the Hub is the place for you. 

Massey can only be built stronger by the strength of the community. Our community spaces are only as good as the connections of the people in them. Come into the Manutewhau Hub and claim your community space to make it what our community needs. Your town, your voice, your strength, your outcomes, your results. Participation is the key to community and we offer the space to get involved. Come in and see what we have going on, or better yet, let us know what you want that we don’t have yet. Dream big Massey and we will work with you to make those dreams come true. 

#participation #Massey proud #manutewhauHub #communityconnection 

Kia Kaha 

Massey Matters