Friday 12 May 2017
SLSNSW Welcomes New Board Members
Surf Life Saving NSW has welcomed four new board members who were elected at the annual meeting last Saturday.
Nominations for vacant board positions were invited from members across the state with those elected determined by the 11 Surf Life Saving Branch presidents, representing the 129 surf life saving clubs in NSW.
Brian Wilcox has been elected Deputy President for two years along with Director of Lifesaving Stuart Harvey and Director of Member Services Trent Thomas. Amanda Higgerson was elected Director of Education for a one year term, after the resignation of the current director mid-term. Read more here.
The Landcare Awards acknowledge and celebrate local Landcare achievements at state and national level. Nine diverse categories showcase the achievements and history of Landcare and Coastcare, and above all recognise the invaluable contribution of tireless volunteers to both initiatives.
Anyone involved in projects that care for our land or water is welcome to apply. Within the Landcare Awards, the term 'Landcare' refers to all groups, individuals, organisations and activities that care for the land. If you are involved in protecting or improving your local environment, farm, coastline, bushland, wetland, waterway, school, region, catchment or backyard, there is a category in this year’s awards for you.
Nominate via www.landcareaustralia.org.au. NSW Nominations close Friday 16 June 2017.
Circular 3498: 2017 NSW Pool Rescue Clinics Nominations
Circular 3499: 2017 NSW Pool Rescue Interstate Team Nominations
Circular 3500: 2017 NSW Pool Rescue Championships Entry
Circular 3501: 2018 NSW Championships Senior Officials Nominations
Memo: Special Events and Insurance Guidelines
Fri 12 May 2017 - Surf Life Saving New South Wales (SLSNSW) is committed to ensuring our members have the support they need, and communication with the State office is an important part of this. In order to streamline support requests and better serve you, SLSNSW now utilises an online Support Centre.
Fri 12 May 2017 - The Surf Life Saving New South Wales Board of Directors is calling for nominations for Surf Life Saving New South Wales Committees, Advisers and other positions.
Thu 11 May 2017 - SLSNSW is calling for nominations from Team Management wishing to be selected in the 2017 NSW U18 Pool Rescue Development NZ Tour to compete in the New Zealand Pool Rescue Championships.
An outstanding season by NSW athletes has been capped off with an amazing 16 athletes selected in the Australian Youth Life Saving Team Squad to have the chance to compete at next year’s Lifesaving World Championships in Adelaide.
Surf lifesavers treated new arrivals to Australia with a hands-on beach safety experience at Sydney’s Tamarama Surf Life Saving Club on Thursday.
Avoca Beach SLSC member Deb Rendall became a surf lifesaver in 1999 thanks to her family who were involved in Nippers. Deb believes volunteering is a great way to meet new people and give back to the community which she does a lot of, and not just in the red and yellow uniform.
Donald Hay from Pambula SLSC has been a surf lifesaver since 1980 and believes giving your time as a volunteer, doing something you love will make you a happier person..
Mollymook SLSC will host round 2 of the 2017 NSW IRB Premiership.
Ocean Beach SLSC will host the third round of the 2017 IRB Premiership on 3 & 4 June.
Macksville Scotts Head SLSC will be hosting the Scotts Head Paddle Game from 16-18 June 2017.
Cape Hawke SLSC will host the final round of the 2017 IRB Premiership on 17 & 18 June.
After hosting the 2017 NSW Country Championships, South West Rocks SLSC will welcome surf lifesavers for the IRB Championships on 1 & 2 July 2017.
The 2017 NSW Pool Rescue Championships will be held at Ryde Aquatic & Leisure Centre for the second consecutive year.
The Lighthouse 2 Skillion Coast Walk is on once again and will be raising money for Surf Life Saving Central Coast, Central Coast surf clubs, Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service and Coast Shelter.
ClubsNSW ClubGRANTS Category 1
Grants are open for the following Council areas:
Funding priorities under Category 1 include volunteer emergency services, however local priorities can provide more specific information via links above.
Surf Life Saving NSW is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual who can demonstrate their capability in developing strong relationships with key political stakeholders. This position, reporting to the CEO, is a challenging and varied role where you will work to enhance the profile of SLSNSW and manage major funding proposals designed to meet the core needs of this iconic community based organisation.
SURF LIFE SAVING NSW CONTACT DETAILS
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PO Box 307, Belrose NSW 2085
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