Five pieces of off-cuts from Lonnie Hutchinsons sculpture Te Wahoroa ki te Ao Maarama - The Entrance way to the World of Enlightenment at the entrance to the Hamilton Lake were used to create a work in the David Lloyd garden at Hamilton West School. This was the second school to have pieces from the off-cuts.
The korus brilliantly reflecting the new growth of young minds at the school. The work was unveiled on October 2014 by MP’s Tim MacIndoe and Sue Maroney along with local city councillor Martin Gallagher. During the following week the unveiling of the David Lloyd garden at the 150th reunion of the school was mentioned in parliament by Tim MacIndoe. The garden contained red carpet roses as a memory to missing past pupils with several Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow plants reflecting the theme of the reunion.