Narooma Surf Life Saving Club to open its doors

WELCOME:  Narooma SLSC volunteers, merchandise officer Leichelle McCaughtrie and club secretary Glenn Bywater, are ready to welcome all visitors and returning members to the club for Open Day and registration.
WELCOME: Narooma SLSC volunteers, merchandise officer Leichelle McCaughtrie and club secretary Glenn Bywater, are ready to welcome all visitors and returning members to the club for Open Day and registration.

Narooma Surf Life Saving Club will be opening its doors to the public on Sunday, October 15 from 10am to 2pm as part of the statewide Surf Life Saving Clubs’ Open Day.

Narooma SLSC  Club will also be conducting its Registration Day as well, so that potential and returning members can sign up for the upcoming season conveniently and easily.

Members of the public can meet the club’s volunteers and hear about the Junior Nippers Program, the patrolling team and what they do over the season.

Meet the impressive George Bass Surfboat Marathon boat crew, plus learn a bit more about beach safety including tides and rips and the part they play in surf safety.  The club’s rescue equipment will also be on display as well.

The club will also be trialling a new roster system for patrols this season where volunteers choose the dates they wish to patrol in advance so that SLSC activities can fit around other commitments and work rosters. 

New members are always welcome to join the club’s patrols and can find out more on the open day.

This is a perfect opportunity to come down to the local surf club and find out how to get involved as new members are always welcome. 

You can also find out more by visiting the club’s website and Facebook page for updates