POSTPONED: Presentation Night.
New date June 5. Same time, same place.
In light of the recently introduced Covid restrictions the Board of Management has decided to postpone this Saturday's Presentation Event.
We've not taken the decision lightly but believe it is in the best interests of providing a full, safe and enjoyable night for all of our wonderful lifesavers and competitors.
We have set a new date for Saturday 5 June, same time and place. Any tickets already purchased will carry over. Anyone who can no longer attend please let us know. And for those who had not got a ticket or can now make the new date, be sure to buy your ticket!
We apologise for this decision and any inconvenience to you.
Are you wanting to continue to enjoy the camaraderie and keeping fit in the off season? Well take the plunge and join the Dolphins Winter Swimmers. The season starts on May 2.
The South Maroubra Dolphins Winter Swimming Cub was formed at Wylies Bath in the winter months of 1960 as an off season activity for the members of South Maroubra Surf Club and are affilitated to the Winter Swimming Association of Australia.
The Dolphins welcome all new members with open arms, you'll be joining swimmers aged 7 to 90, there is a place for everyone in our club.
Enjoy uplifting Sunday morning fun for all the family in a range of handicapped races from 50 to 400 yards at the stunning Wylies Baths. Wylies' unique microclimate radiates sunshine and gives shelter to enjoy the water and stay swim-fit through the off-season. Regular immersion has many wellbeing benefits, as well as being the best hangover cure as voted every year by members. Come on down and enjoy the upgraded HOT SHOWERS and coffee shop, hours of hilarious discourse with many of our life members and families. Hot soup and full lunch at the club bar afterwards including meat raffle and prize draw as we socialise on the lawn and watch the whales swim by. Just come down to Wylies Baths any Sunday at 9am, we will love to see you!
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Nominations are to be emailed to [email protected] by 12 April 2021 to ensure received for the BOM's April meeting.
Extract from Club Constitution
(a) The honour blazer shall conform with the club blazer, with the addition of the word ‘Honour’ and the year awarded, in block letters beneath the badge.
(b) The honour blazer is awarded for outstanding service and can only be awarded to a member on one occasion. However, it is not necessary that an Honour Blazer be awarded each year.
(c) All nominations for the Honour Blazer must be first made to the Board in writing stating the reason for the nomination and the nominees service to the Club. The nomination must be in the hands of the Secretary prior to the final April meeting. The Board shall consider the nominations at the final April meeting and for that nomination to obtain their recommendation for approval by the members of the Annual General Meeting.
(d) The Honour Blazer may be awarded for bravery regardless of membership category and the minimum of 10 years membership may be waivered. Otherwise the Honour Blazer can only be awarded to Active (18 years & over), Reserve Active, Long Service, Life Member, Active (15-18 years), Cadet (13-15 years) and only to other membership classifications (refer rule 11) who have had at least ten
(10) years membership of the Club.
(e) Only one (1) nomination each year for Honour Blazer may be recommended by the Board of Management to the Annual General Meeting, except where the nomination is with regard to rule 9 (a) (i) (bravery) in which case more than one nomination can be recommended.
Our youth group, led by the club's Youth Coordinator Maria Garay, is currently participating in The Mental Fitness Program, a program designed for high-school aged children by the Black Dog Institute in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Sports.
The Program includes two x face to face presentations, and kicked off on Monday 26 October 2020. We had over 30 cadet members from our club attending the first presentation.
The team has been given the six week challenge to be completed and then come back in early December to our club for the second face to face presentation. This time, the AIS will have a well known athlete that will deliver the last part of the program. At the end of this session, the team will enjoy a social get together with pizzas provided by Dominos Matraville.
This part of the season, we have moved from Oz-Tag to Mixed Netball, our team, 'The Baywatch' is participating and representing our club at the Mixed Netball Competition run at Heffron Park, the team has had so much fun, great social evening, building team work, friendships and camaraderie.
The competition section has also invited our youth members that are interested in competing and representing our club to meet them at our club this Sunday at 9:30AM.
Our youth boaties are hard at training with Captain Phil, keep an eye out for their development.
We are looking forward to see many of our youth also attending the first 'Sunday Swim' this Sunday 8/11/2020, it'll be great fun, for more details, please go here
For further information, please email us on [email protected]
Mental Fitness Program - Presentation #1
As advised in our last Blu-ing we will be dedicating Sunday Social 1 November 2020 from 12 noon, Heritage Room - to recognise and celebrate 40 Years of Women in SLS and especially our female members past and present.
We extend an invitation to members to join us on this day and especially reach out to the many female trail blazing members who have been part of the last 40 years of Women in SLS of our Club.
Please join us on the day for an informal social get together - bar will be open at club prices - and as mentioned we will be sharing with you all a PPT presentation of photos recognising females from within the club.
Any more photos for inclusion can be emailed to me at [email protected] I would love to get some more so we can cover off on the 4 decades of contribution.
Whilst there is no formalities for the day, we would envisage a short welcome to all at approximately 1.00 pm before presenting the slide show of photos and would love to have as many of our females past and present at the club on the day.
I am still keen to contact our first 3 female Bronze Medallion awardees - Helen Veale, Aileen Wilson, Bronwyn Roberts to invite them to join us on this day. If any member has any contact details for these past members or their family could you please please let me know [email protected]. I will be reaching out via face book also to seek contact with these 3 ladies.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 1 November from 12 noon
Notice is hereby given that the 60th Annual General Meeting of South Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club Inc., will be held at the South Maroubra Surf Club (Horizons Lounge) on Sunday 29 July 2018, commencing at 2.00 pm.
See link below to letter, and nomination form for more information.
Annual General Meeting Agenda
18 June 2018
AGM Notice Letter
Life member nomination - Grant Rutherford
Honour Blazer nomination - Ronny Krite
State of Origin is back and where better to have mate v mate, state v state than at the club? Be sure to wear your state jumper.
$10 at the door, includes a feast! RSVP essential for catering. $4 beers until first points, lucky door prize and meat raffle.
All family, friends and members welcome with Gus ‘true blue’ Taylor your host and ‘Cain Toad’ Stretch looking for another Qld series victory. We look forward to seeing you there!
RSVP online or to [email protected]
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