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Indigenous News with Bill Moloney.

15/08/2013
 Indigenous News.
                                       with Bill Moloney.
‘NAIDOC celebrations are held around Australia in July each year to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
 
NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee and today we welcome Naomi Johnson as a representative of the 2013 Gladstone Committee.
 
Each year the local community is asked to nominate persons to be acknowledged for their participation, efforts and achievements in a number of fields.
We Are Very Proud That This Year Two Toolooa Students Have Been Recognised.
Community Involvement Award: A student who has contributed to the community and made a difference through volunteering, charity work, mentoring younger students or school involvement.
 
Awarded to: Gavin Smith
 
Sports Award: A player, coach or club person, who has excelled in representing their sport; encouraging a healthy lifestyle through participation, or showing exceptional club support.
 
 
Awarded to: Jai Parter
 
 
Also, it’s that time of year half way through term 3 when stress level can rise. Always remain focused because at the end of the line is an excellent trip at the beginning of term 4 for all ARTIE students to Dreamworld and White Water World. You can only go on this trip if you achieve very good or excellent for effort and behaviour in Maths and English.
 
Finally on Wednesday 14th of August, 16 year 10 students will be rewarded with a dinner with Former Origin Greats at a career expo dinner with Steve Price.
 
All students have worked hard to achieve goals through Pricey Pathways.