$2000 prize on of­fer

Kapi-Mana News - - OPINION/NEWS -

Porirua pupils have the chance to win a $2000 prize for their school by pro­duc­ing an imag­i­na­tive and cre­ative video about Te Ara Piko Path­way around Pau­ata­hanui Inlet.

The last piece of the first sec­tion of the path­way has been com­pleted, and it is now pos­si­ble to walk or cy­cle from the Pau­ata­hanui Vil­lage to Mo­tukaraka Point in safety.

To recog­nise com­ple­tion of the stage, Plim­mer­ton Ro­tary and Porirua City – the joint path­way part­ners – are run­ning a com­pe­ti­tion open to all school pupils in Porirua City.

The chal­lenge is to pro­duce a three-minute video of the com­pleted stage of the path­way look­ing at the path­way and its re­la­tion­ship with the Pau­ata­hanui Inlet in a fresh and in­no­va­tive way. En­try is free and the prize is $2000 worth of me­dia equip­ment for a school nom­i­nated by the win­ner.

The clip will need to be in­for­ma­tive and in­ter­est­ing and make the viewer want to use the path­way and ap­pre­ci­ate its value.

The win­ner will be an­nounced on May 28 at the Light House Cin­ema Pau­ata­hanui.

The Te Ara Piko Path­way will ul­ti­mately me­an­der around the en­tire perime­ter of the inlet.

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