What's On?

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Sunday 2nd August 2020

Starts 3pm - everyone welcome!

Join us in the clubhouse as we elect a new committee for the 2020/21 season. Social distancing guidelines will be followed. Any enquiries to naroomasurf@yahoo.com.au

Monthly Committee Meetings

 

4pm first Sunday of the month

check our calendar in case it has been rescheduled due to a clash with another event

If you are a member - the club belongs to you!

 

Have a say with what happens in our club, help make the decisions, find out what is coming up by turning up to the next committee meeting. 

 

All welcome. You do not need to be a committee member to attend.

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Bronze Medallion and
Surf Rescue Certificate

 register your interest  for the next course with  ben or troy 

Do you want to become a Narooma Lifesaver?

As per last year we will hopefully have multiple trainers (subject to their availability to assist) and we will again be using
the local paramedics too.

Here are the details:

SRC and BM course dates for 2019 season.


Thursdays 7th, 14th, 21st November 6pm - 8pm

Sundays 10th 17th and 24th November 8am - 10am

Must pre register with Ben (email benbate@hotmail.com.au) before the commencement date and complete a timed pool swim of 200m less than 5 minutes for SRC and 400m less than 9 minutes for BM.

Must also be a paid member of our club for the 2019/2020 season prior to commencing as well.

If you are interested in becoming a lifesaver, competing at carnivals, getting fit, being an active member within the club…get your Bronze!

More details on the BM course available here: https://www.surflifesaving.com.au/sites/site.test/files/Course%20Syllabus%20%28Bronze%20Medallion%29.pdf

More details on the SRC course available here:
https://www.surflifesaving.com.au/sites/site.test/files/Course%20Syllabus%20-%20Surf%20Rescue%20Certificate%20SRC.pdf

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Narooma Surf Life Saving Club acknowledges the Yuin people as the Traditional Custodians of the land in which we work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.