Semaphore SLSC is proud to be a registered Club for the State Government’s Sport’s voucher initiative.
Download your $50 voucher via www.sportsvouchers.sa.gov.au and use it to help pay for your child’s Nippers registration.
Don’t forget early registration is this Sunday 24th September 1-3pm.
With the Nippers season fast approaching we are calling on volunteers to help fill several Age Group Manager and Assistant Manager positions. No Surf Life Saving experience is required for this rewarding role. We are looking for people who love supporting children to grow and learn in a safe, family friendly environment.
You may have a child that is participating in Nippers for the first time or returning in an older age group. You could be a former Nipper member now looking to expand your experiences on the beach. Whatever your background you will become an integral part of our Club, supported by the expertise of experienced members. Training for the role will also be available.
We are seeking Age Group Managers and Assistant Managers in the following age groups:
Sand Crabs Under 6/7’s
Our volunteers help shape our Club and we are proud of the involvement we receive from our members. You too can be a part of this experience. We have an exciting program ahead for the 2017/2018 season and are looking for a team of volunteers willing to expand the diversity that already exists within our Club.
If you are interested in filling one of the above roles or would like more information please contact Junior Convener Bruce Moseley on 0428580507.
See you on the beach!
The SRC award now includes Radios.
Please check out the SLSA Circular that communicates that Radios are now incorporated into the SRC award, and the new SRC course syllabus.
The eLearning also reflects this with the Radio module being incorporated into the SRC modules.
Assessment materials/tools etc will also be updated to reflect this change.
For further information on the SRC course click here
Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club is looking for members who are keen to support with training our members in Surf Life Saving. If you hold Certificate 4 in training and assessment you can be fast tracked. Teachers can get RPL or those that are wanting to gain a training qualification can complete the training officer course through Surf Life Saving. Check out this Training Officer Course Circular for more information.
The club is still in a bit of a mess from nipper states and we have a few things that are in need of some maintenance, so what better chance to get this all done and many hands make light work. Sunday the 30th April will be our annual working bee from 11am.
We are also looking to do a stocktake on all club equipment, including uniforms and all food and drinks as our financial year finishes at the end of April.
As we charge towards our rebuild in early 2018 we would prefer to keep our repair costs at a minimum to ensure we are in a strong financial position heading into the rebuild. There are a number of items around the club that require minor repairs and maintenance so people with varying skills (or no skills) are appreciated, even if you are just pushing a broom or counting items around the club.
The club will of course be providing a bbq and a few drinks to thank everyone for their assistance. We will soon develop a list of things that need to be done, to help people prepare for the day
A quick update from Day 1
Friday night in the R&R we won 5 out of 9 possible medals. A great effort for our youngsters and many thanks to our R&R coaches.
Medal Tally from individual day today:
We are currently third on 135 points.
This weekend is not possible without the countless hours of work from our volunteers including the working party on the beach, volunteers on the food stall and BBQ, Water Cover on the beach, officials and parents.
I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you on behalf of the juniors.
Good luck tomorrow to everyone and remember red, black and white is dynamite.
Congratulations to all those who participated in the junior qualifying carnival last Saturday at Glenelg, whether being an Under 9 competing for the first time or an Under 13 competing in your last junior qualifying carnival. Well done to everyone. As always a huge thanks to our water cover and officials who make competing happen for our club.
This week we require some assistance with water cover as a couple of our IRB crew and drivers are providing water cover at the masters carnival at West Beach. If you can assist that would be greatly appreciated. We will use our new set of string cans this Saturday and many thanks to the individuals and families who donated to purchasing these for us to train with.
This week will be the last training session for the Under 7 & 8’s with their end of season presentation to be held at the conclusion of training on Saturday. For these age groups we ask if the girls can bring a sweet plate and the boys a savoury plate.
We have limited numbers of boys engine jammers for sale this Saturday from the uniform shop, they are black with the Semaphore logo on them and are on a first come first sold basis.
Please remember the following dates:
Friday 3rd March – 4.45pm Board Training at the Club
Saturday 4th Junior Training resumes March Past Training this week at 11.45 Start 12.45 pm on the lawn.
Wednesday 8th – Pool Swimming 7.00-8.00pm Largs Bay Swim Centre
See you on the beach
This week we are back in full swing after last week’s hot weather….
Coming up this week:
- No Junior Pool Swimming tonight as the swimming club time trials are on
- Canteen helpers required this week from the Under 8’s – (enclosed footwear required)
- Henley H2O Youth Carnival Sunday 15th January. Click on the link for more info Henley H20 Info
- West Beach Pink and Blue swim for Breast and Prostate Cancer Saturday 21st January. More info here Pink and Blue Swim
- Junior Carnival 3 January 22nd at Seacliff – nominations close Monday 16th January so please advise your age group manager on Saturday if you are able to attend or not. Check out the details Junior Carnival Three
- Nipperthon January 28th West Beach. For info on this fun event click here Nipperthon 2017
- Mid Coast Challenge 29th January Christies Beach SLSC.
See you on the beach!
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