Members

At the end of its first year in December 2008, the Association had 94 members:

  • 6 Life Members
  • 15 Five-year members
  • 73 ordinary (annual) members.

The Life Members are:

  • Mr Ross Holmes
  • Professor Jon Tikivanotau Jonassen
  • Hon Dr Sir Terepa’i Maoate
  • Mr Iaveta Ta’ungaotetini Short
  • Dr Ngama’u Wichman-To’u
  • Dr Joseph Williams

5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Angela Jones  |  September 18, 2008 at 3:58 pm

    Kia Orana!
    I am one of the many Cook Islanders trying to trace my genealogy, culture and history! Been on the net six hours alone today.
    Can you point me in the right direction as to how i may be able to find this information.. I am coming home to Rarotonga in January and would love to meet my descendants, learn about where I come from and connect with my family. Unfortunately my family over here are disfunctional and i dont realy see them. I have tried seeking their help but am getting no where.My great grandfather was Tuakana Taiki Papae, apparently from Puaikura.
    Too many of us here in New Zealand dont know our roots!
    I want to teach my son about our culture and give him a sense of pride.

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  • 2. Ron Crocombe  |  December 28, 2008 at 11:50 pm

    Angela, When you come in January, contact Rebecca Hosking-Ellis. She could point you in the right direction if you tell her all you know of your family. Tinomana Ariki, the high chief of Puaikura, has asked Rebecca (her daughter) to do these things for her.
    You can contact Rebecca either at the Central Police Station (she is an officer there) or at home at Tinomana Ariki’s palace in Puaikura.

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  • 3. Elsie Maria Evaroa  |  April 22, 2009 at 9:28 pm

    Kiaorana
    I would like to join please, is a bank chque acceptable?
    Elsie

    Reply
  • 4. Ron Crocombe  |  May 1, 2009 at 8:35 am

    Elsie,
    You’ll be very welcome. Sounds like an Atiu Evaroa? Bill is a friend from way back – good to see him home. Tei ea koe? Tei Atiu, me tei NZ? Cheque is fine. Send it to the Treasurer, Anna Koteka, PO Box 11, Rarotonga. Send me an e-mail so we can include you on the distribution list. Regards. Ron

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  • 5. Pamela Sherpa  |  September 20, 2010 at 11:31 am

    We are trying to contact Rod Dixon. Can you let me know if he is stil in the Cook Islands and how we may contact him. We have some news for him, plus we may be visiting the Cook Islands to visit him.
    Many thanks
    Pamela Steele Sherpa
    Canberra

    Reply

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