1. Become a Scarf partner restaurant


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    At Scarf, we transform the lives of refugees, asylum seekers and other marginalised young people by getting them into work while adding flavour and heart to the hospitality industry. We partner with restaurants and connect our participants with real mentors and real customers. We provide a positive, real-world experience for our young trainees, who have faced barriers to fair training and employment opportunities. They are paid, valued, become part of a learning community, and move on to meaningful employment with confidence, supportive relationships, and excitement. We run our programs from reputable Melbourne restaurants – and we literally couldn’t do it without them. Become a Scarf partner restaurant and help us transform the lives of marginalised young people. Camera Tim Marriage Lisa O'Brien Editing Roger Ungers

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    • 12 Days of Instrumental Christmas


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      • Searching Cowboys and Indians


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        The 8mm video format refers informally to three related videocassette formats for the NTSC and PAL/SECAM television systems. These are the original Video8 (analog recording) format and its improved successor Hi8 (analog video and analog audio but with provision for digital audio), as well as a more recent digital recording format known as Digital8. Their user base consisted mainly of amateur camcorder users, although they also saw important use in the professional television production field. In 1985, Sony of Japan introduced the Handycam, one of the first Video8 cameras with commercial success. Much smaller than the competition's VHS and Betamax video cameras, Video8 became very popular in the consumer camcorder market

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        • 2011-15 Mesa Verde


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          • Scarf


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            Here's a video about Scarf made by volunteer Lisa O'Brien for our recent Fourth Birthday celebrations. After coming along to a Scarf Dinner in 2013, Lisa got in touch and said she wanted to make a video for us! Sweet, we thought! She came to a few Scarf training sessions and dinners and filmed the Scarf trainees and mentors in action. Here's the result! We get young people into jobs with mentoring and real experience. We add flavour and heart to the hospitality industry. We pop up in awesome Melbourne restaurants. Scarf. Do more than dine. Find out more about us and book a Scarf Dinner - www.scarfcommunity.org.

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            • Mesa Verde National Park


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              Bring history to life on this small group, guided interpretive tour and explore the ancient cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park. Discover the rich history including the architecture and culture of the ancient Puebloans (also known as the Anasazi). http://mild2wildrafting.com/family-fun/mesa-verde.html

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              • USA west tour


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                The American Film Institute defines western films as those "set in the American West that embod[y] the spirit, the struggle and the demise of the new frontier." Most of the characteristics of Western films were part of 19th century popular Western fiction and were firmly in place before film became a popular art form. Western films commonly feature their protagonists stalking characters such as cowboys, gunslingers, and bounty hunters, and are often depicted as semi-nomadic wanderers who wear Stetson hats, bandannas, spurs, and buckskins, use revolvers or rifles as everyday tools of survival, and ride between dusty towns and cattle ranches on trusty steeds. Western films were enormously popular in the silent era. However, with the advent of sound in 1927-28 the major Hollywood studios rapidly abandoned Westernse due to exhibitors' inability to switch over to widescreen during the Depression. Early Westerns were mostly filmed in the studio, just like other early Hollywood films, but when location shooting became more common from the 1930s, producers of Westerns used desolate corners of Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, or Wyoming. Productions were also filmed on location at movie ranches. Often, the vast landscape becomes more than a vivid backdrop; it becomes a character in the film.

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                • Park Point Fire Lookout Time Lapse, Mesa Verde NP


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                  • Grand Canyon and Mesa Verde


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                    This video is about Grand Canyon and Mesa Verde

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                    • Colorado - Spring Road Trip 2014


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                      Colorado Road Trip. 5 Days. 4 Nights. Over 1100 Miles. 2 National Parks. 1 National Monument. 6 Towns. One Beautiful Journey.

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