Ambassador Brown and Gail Brown attend the Titahi Bay US Memorial Unveiling

On 3 October 2020, U.S. Ambassador Scott Brown and Mrs Brown had the privilege to join Simon Strombomand, President of the Titahi Bay Royal New Zealand Returned and Services’ Association (RSA), and RSA members at a dedication ceremony at the Titahi Bay Cenotaph to unveil plaques in honor of the 1500 US Marines who lived and trained in Titahi Bay before departing to take part ...
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New Orleans music down the streets of Wellington – Free Agents Brass Band

Yesterday, U.S. Ambassador Scott Brown introduced the Free Agents Brass Band (FABB) to the enthusiastic crowd at Wellington’s Cuba Dupa carnival. The Embassy supported Cuba Dupa by bringing FABB from the U.S. to Wellington to perform at Cuba Dupa and a local school, as well as leading a music workshop with local musicians. When Hurricanes Katrina & Rita ...
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Mauri Stones Ceremony and Design Unveiling

Admiral Harry Harris, along with Ambassador Scott Brown, New Zealand Minister of Defence, Hon. Ron Mark and Chief of the New Zealand Defence Force, Lt. Gen. Tim Keating participated in a mauri stones ceremony at the site of the United States Memorial, which will be installed at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park this year. The ...
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