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Coaching Clinics Players and staff assist in the training of young players to improve their Rugby League skills. School Community Events The Gold Coast Titans and the Players attend and assist in the running of school events. Healthy Lifestyles Players encourage primary school students to eat nutritionally and live a healthy life. Titans Tackle Bullying Titans representatives speak about their experiences with bullying and attempt to tackle bullying in schools. Dream, Believe, Achieve Titans players encourage high school students to set goals and outline how it is possible for these goals to be achieved. Titans Teachers Ambassadors Attempts to bring together local schools and the Titans. Allows for classes to visit training sessions and receive school events hosted by the Gold Coast Titans. Reconciliation Action Plan Integrate the Indigenous Community into Rugby League and the Titans system. Celebrate Indigenous Round with an Indigenous Jersey designed by Indigenous Ambassador Preston Campbell. Visit indigenous communities, host indigenous events and encourage young aboriginal boys and girls to play the sport of Rugby League. Titans Cup and Challenge Host a local schools competition to allow for the improvement and competitive play of Rugby League in Gold Coast Schools. Brisbane Broncos Involvements Beyond the Broncos The Beyond the Broncos program aims to improve school attendance rates and year 12 attainment rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in 10 high schools across the Greater Brisbane region. A dedicated team of Broncos’ Indigenous Support Staff provide one-on-one mentoring support, encouragement and motivation for students to achieve maximum school attendance, effort and behaviour and to complete Year 12. NSW Programs The Brisbane Broncos have a strong record of helping young Indigenous people succeed. It is from this previous success that has led to the Broncos being selected to help the Indigenous youth of Ballina and Lismore. The Brisbane Broncos’ NSW programs will see a team of locally based support officers deliver an Indigenous employment project for youth in the Ballina and Lismore areas for the next 2 years. Beyond the Broncos Girls Academy The Beyond the Broncos Girls Academy values the vital role that young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women play in influencing the next generation, and provides culturally-based support for these future leaders to succeed at school and beyond. Broncos Student Support Officers work directly within schools and communities to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls to achieve their full potential, from Years 7 – 12 and into young adulthood. Girls enrolled in the program will learn to value education, to value themselves and to value their impact as positive role models. 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Mark Hughes Foundation Not for profit organisation raising money for research into the treatment and prevention of brain cancer Ronald McDonald House The Mata'utia Brothers Foundation Ride for Sick Kids is aiming to ride 500km to raise money for sick kids and their families. Wespac Rescue Helicopter Service The Service and Newcastle Knights have been in partnership since April 2006 with both organisations joining forces to promote special occasions and events. Hodkinson's charity auction for Hannah Trent Hodkinson auctioned off his match worn jersey to raise money for an organisation called Kick Sarcoma. All Schools Newcastle Knights Competition Annual footy comp between Hunter schools supported by the team. This year was the fist year there was an all girls comp. Back to the Juniors program Players and staff attending junior Rugby League clubs all over the Hunter and putting on skills and coaching clinics for the kids. Deadly Skills In conjunction with Hunter TAFE, the the Knights support the Deadly Skills event, aimed at encouraging and motivating Indigenous young people to seek skills, employment and education after leaving school, while exposing them to Aboriginal culture and identity Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Initiatives Refugee Initiative Dogs do a community integration program with refugees. They give free memberships to recent arrivals in conjunction with UWS to help bring them into the community and build up their social networks. Violence Prevention Collaborate with White Ribbon Australia and other community organisations to reduce the incidents of violence against women and children through awareness raising campaigns and the facilitation of violence prevention programs. White Ribbon Australia Raise awareness about men’s violence against women and children Fund 15 schools across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland to become White Ribbon Schools Fund the professional development of 75 school teachers (primary and secondary) across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland to assist in implementing violence prevention programs, Raise awareness about respectful relationship and violence prevention to 15, 000 students across Canterbury-Bankstown, Liverpool and Cumberland Kids Say No Kids Say No program focuses on educating and raise awareness of domestic violence issues and mental health, reinforcing good relationships and build a positive relationship between Police and young people, empowering young people to make right choices in life and also educating young people on healthy relationships. The program provides the students with firsthand accounts through guest speakers from survivors of domestic violence. 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They were later joined by crazy drummer Gary Young, bassist Mark Ibold and percussionist Bob Nastanovich, who was there to support Gary Young. After Slanted and Enchanted, Gary Young was replaced by Steve West, and this was the lineup until their breakup in 1999. The band was one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the 90s, and released classic after classic, starting with 1991/92's Slanted and Enchanted, and then 1994's Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, 1995's Wowee Zowee, 1997's Brighten the Corners, and 1999's Terror Twilight, as well as many EPs before they broke up due to tensions in the band and the general exhaustion of the entire experience. The release of Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain saw the single "Cut Your Hair" hit NUMBER 10(!!! ) on the Modern Rock Charts, which was actually a really big deal and was Pavement's only real foray into the mainstream. However, while their comrades were becoming heroes and selling out arenas, Pavement continued to de-hone their sound (in a good way) and were far doper than anybody else honestly. In 2010, they reunited for a dopeass reunion tour that I only imagine was awesome. Review This album is a lot of things. It is a lo-fi record that finds roots in classic rock. It is a chaotic and oddball approach to the bubbling indie rock of the early 90s. It is an album that variates between confusing peaks, stumbling valleys, and the joyful bliss of stuff in between those. The album begins with a volatile and chaotic 15 second guitar solo, which struggles to find its footing until suddenly all of the puzzle pieces fit and "Silent Kit/d" comes alive and brings the strengths of Pavement to the surface, from the brilliant, slinky tempo to Malkmus' genius lyrics and the simpleness of his choruses to the trademark beat switch towards the end of the song; it's all there, and it's all amazing. 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"Stop Breathin'" is about both the Civil War and playing tennis, while the rambling "Range Life" imagines him as an aging hippy longing for a simpler life. The lyrics are odd and the delivery is even odder, often switching in intensity as frequently as every other line, and often skipping around octaves that Malkmus can't even sing well. The chaos and confusion that the music captures sits just below the surface of Malkmus, and adds even further meaning to his words that might be missed on paper. There is a feeling of emptiness and a need for belonging hidden all over this record, and the need to, well, "settle down. " The album reaches its first apex with "Gold Soundz, " which is one of the best songs ever made, hands down. 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The second apex on the album comes from the legendary closer, "Fillmore Jive. " Where "Silent Kit/d" provides a chaotic opening which is honed down into a more complete sound, "Fillmore Jive" sees that sound unravelling and bursting at the seams, with rambling, disorderly lyrics from Malkmus paired with a slower and more controlled sound at the beginning. However, as the song goes on, everything starts blowing apart, with each member of the band contributing their own mess to the great chaos. It culminates with Malkmus screaming "BOY, GIRL, BOY!!! " before collapsing into one of the most emotional and insane breaks on any song; in the end, however, it all slows down, as everything does. In the end, we all need to sleep. 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" Elevate Me Later So DRUNK in the August sun and you're the kind of girl I like cause you're empty and I'm empty; and you can never quarantine the past that you remember in December That I won't need you when I'm gone And if I go there, I won't stay there Because I'm sitting here too long AND I've been sitting here too long And I've been wastin' Advocating for the last word Last words come up all you've got to waste Gold Soundz (which is definitely one of the best songs ever made) Out on my skateboard, the night is just humming And the gums smacks are the pulse I'll follow if my Walkman fades But I've got absolutely no one no one but myself to blame Range Life LITTLE GIRL BOY GIRL BOY break Fillmore Jive Talking Points What’s your favorite song? What are your favorite lyrics? What do you think of Malkmus' unique songwriting? Why is Malkmus so amazing? 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