Araura College

Araura College

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21 One day, I was preaching in Plateau and I said that Ivory Coast deserved more than AIDS and someone in the crowd shouted: "If AIDS is not too much, let God send dragons, we're here!" On the following days, the country was hit, blood was shed. Dragons had certainly struck. You see? 22 If you are candidates for sins and you stiffen your necks before the reprimand, God will raise up some Bin Laden invested with prophetic and divine powers for you. 23 The God before whom I stand is the one who executes his plans on the inhabitants of the earth. 24 And you Ivorians, you have demonstrated to the eyes of the world that you are worse than Congo-Kinshasa and Tshala Muana ... Should I pray for these princess streets to live? Should I pray for the churches and their prophets to live? If I do so, let my soul not live and let the gates of hell prevail on me. But I pray for the elect so that the waters do not carry them away and that they gather for eternal Life and that their faith may not fail.
21 One day, I was preaching in Plateau and I said that Ivory Coast deserved more than AIDS and someone in the crowd shouted: "If AIDS is not too much, let God send dragons, we're here!" On the following days, the country was hit, blood was shed. Dragons had certainly struck. You see? 22 If you are candidates for sins and you stiffen your necks before the reprimand, God will raise up some Bin Laden invested with prophetic and divine powers for you. 23 The God before whom I stand is the one who executes his plans on the inhabitants of the earth. 24 And you Ivorians, you have demonstrated to the eyes of the world that you are worse than Congo-Kinshasa and Tshala Muana ... Should I pray for these princess streets to live? Should I pray for the churches and their prophets to live? If I do so, let my soul not live and let the gates of hell prevail on me. But I pray for the elect so that the waters do not carry them away and that they gather for eternal Life and that their faith may not fail.
21 One day, I was preaching in Plateau and I said that Ivory Coast deserved more than AIDS and someone in the crowd shouted: "If AIDS is not too much, let God send dragons, we're here!" On the following days, the country was hit, blood was shed. Dragons had certainly struck. You see? 22 If you are candidates for sins and you stiffen your necks before the reprimand, God will raise up some Bin Laden invested with prophetic and divine powers for you. 23 The God before whom I stand is the one who executes his plans on the inhabitants of the earth. 24 And you Ivorians, you have demonstrated to the eyes of the world that you are worse than Congo-Kinshasa and Tshala Muana ... Should I pray for these princess streets to live? Should I pray for the churches and their prophets to live? If I do so, let my soul not live and let the gates of hell prevail on me. But I pray for the elect so that the waters do not carry them away and that they gather for eternal Life and that their faith may not fail.
Good evening all. I’m going out on a limb contacting this group, but here goes! My name is Timotio Mahitu Wilsey. I was originally born in Vaipae in Feb of 1994, to Ta Mahitu & Nikotemo Ua. I was adopted by my parents who raised me, Mrs. Rahui Toru Makita Wilsey & Mr. Leonard L. Wilsey Jr., and grew up here in the U.S. I have two biological brothers, whose names are Mare and Nikotemo (Last names may either be Mahitu or Ua, I’m not sure.), and our adopted sister Moeroa. Keep in mind, I haven’t seen, talked to, or had any interactions with my brothers since I was 6 years old, so about 19 years now. That being said, the reason why I’m reaching out now, after some time and consideration, I’d like to get in contact and/or reconnect with my brothers. I’ve attempted to look for them via social media, but with no success. After searching and finding what may possibly be them in the Parliamentary 2018 General Election: Main Electoral Roll, I ask that if anyone knows any information, such as whereabouts, contact information, etc., please let me know via FB/Messenger. Thank you ahead of time for any information you may have, and taking the time to read this post.

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[10/08/19]   Wishing David Hill, one of the best principals of Araura College a speedy and full recovery after hospital treatment in NZ.

[01/24/16]   Principals of Araura College and years served:
1963-66 Basil Oliver
1967-68 Neville Pearson
1969 Bruce Kelland
1970-71 Jack Harte
1972-73 Piri Maao
1974-75 Roger Jeffries
1976 Simona Naku
1977-79 Dawson Murray
1980-81 Jake Klisky
1982-83 David Hill
1984-85 Sandy McNicol
1986 Tunui Tangaroa
1987-93 Piri Maao
1994-2002 Tupuariki Puna
2003-04 Vaopaaki Tearetoa
2005-09 Teaea Parima
2010-11 Enoa Raea
2012- Tarona Mana Daniela

[08/14/15]   I hear my student Arerou is a priest on Aitutaki. Wow! Kia manuia Arerou, and to Nane who's left Perth for VaiTau.

Great photo.

1982 Class

1982

Araura College

1980s photos of Araura College

1980s photos of Araura College

Teachers of Araura College in front of the cool assembly hall.

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All my Aitutaki and Araura College friends, you're invited to join the Aitutaki Google+ Open Community: https://plus.google.com/communities/103765878169314523076
I'd like to hear from my Aitutaki friends and former science students. Posting of your photo would be good too.

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[04/04/11]   Kia Orana to students and teachers of Araura College, both former and current. Someone had to start a community group for this great school. After seeing a place holder for so long, I thought to start the ball rolling. Let's hear about the good things, and not the bad such as a detention I might have given. Kia Manuia.

Araura College, Aitutaki, Cook Islands

Araura College provides a good level of high school education by dedicated Aitutakian and expat, volunteer teachers. Despite the isolation and limited resources, Araura College has produced some of the best, civic and business leaders of the Cook Islands.

Tourists to Aitutaki are welcome to phone the office if they have something to offer such as: ► Books ► Delivering an interesting seminar/demonstration to senior students. ► Scholarships ► Academic or sporting prizes ► Sponsor a disadvantaged student ► Interesting entertainment.

More information about Araura College is via www.araura.edu.ck

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