Registrations for Narooma Surf Lifesaving Club later this month

Volunteer patrol member and patrol captain Andrew McCaughtrie with his son Jack, a SRC junior member.
Volunteer patrol member and patrol captain Andrew McCaughtrie with his son Jack, a SRC junior member.

The Narooma Surf Livesaving Club will be conducting its annual registration day for the 2018-19 season on Sunday, October 14 between 10am and 2pm.

All potential new and returning members can sign up for the upcoming season conveniently and easily on the spot. There will also be club uniforms and swimwear available for purchase.

Registration is for all our members including active patrollers, age managers, general helpers and our nippers. Information will also be on hand for all members about what registration fees covers for the year.

The club will be conducting a Bronze Medallion course later in the month for any new patrolling members and a Surf Rescue Certificate course for older Nippers who wish to become patrollers.

The club is always looking for new members to help provide a valuable service to our coastal community.

Surf lifesaving is an activity that can involve the entire family, as well as offering to give its members valuable skills for the future.

Flags go up on our beach with our volunteer patrols on Saturday, November 3 through to the end of April next year.

Nippers commences on the beach on Sunday, November 4 from 8.30 am, breaking for the school holidays in Christmas and returning until the end of March next year.

You can find out more and receive updates on what’s happening at the club on its Facebook page or visit its website at https://www.naroomasurfclub.org.au/.

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