Looking to fill two Bar/Bistro positions at SSLSC

The Semaphore Surf  Life Saving Club are looking for an enthusiastic and fully qualified person to work behind the bar. The successful applicant will have previous experience:

  • Managing a busy bar area
  • Hold a badge as a responsible Person
  • Be able to manage staff on duty
  • Be up to date on all licensing and compliance in relation to the working of a successful bar.

We require someone who could be available to work on a rostered basis and assist in covering our normal opening hours and Functions.

Opening Hours are:

Thursday & Friday 5:00pm to 10:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 2:00pm closing time depending on functions booked.

If you have any questions please call Ros Jones 0431030426 or email at sslsc@bigpond.net .au.

Please email your resume to sslsc@bigpond.net.au by October 26.


The Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club bistro is looking for a friendly, bubbly, well presented Junior with a professional Customer service attitude to join our team.

Duties will initially include assisting in the kitchen with cleaning and some food preparation with the possibility of progressing to serving customers, taking orders, making coffee and handling cash.

This is a casual position where shifts will be rostered and the successful candidate must be available work on a Sunday morning if required.

Please email your resume to sslsc@bigpond.net.au by October 26

Thank you SAPSASA BBQ Helpers

A big thank you to all the helpers at last Tuesday Port District Cross Country BBQ.


The day was a success with over $500 raised through the sale of sausages in bread, cold drinks and homemade cupcakes.


Helpers on the day included Nev Schulz, Carl Partridge, Heather Clarke, Steve Weir, Lisa James, Pat Larven, John Stevens and Brad & Trudy Tunbridge


All the kids loved the cupcakes that were supplied by Steph Breaden, Trudy Tunbridge, Lisa James, Mardi Lienert, Heather Clarke and Heather Andrews.


Thanks to all the families of the runners for their support on the day.


It was a great way to start the season raising some much needed funds


Thanks Brad


***The club would also like to thank Brad and Trudy Tunbridge for organising the day. It wouldn’t have happened without you***

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Important dates

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Sunday 27th September- Club working Bee and sign on day. 10am-2pm

Saturday 10th October- First Nipper day, come and try begins. Time TBA

Saturday 10th October- Patrols Commence. 12:30pm


Robe Senior Carnival

This Season’s Robe Carnival will be on Saturday 28th Nov.The Club has booked Tarooki Bunkhouse for Friday 27th and 28th Nov.

This will be a full senior carnival with boats, boards, skis, swims, etc. and will include U14s.

Tarooki is a Bunkhouse comprising of 7 bunk rooms sleeping 9 or 10 in each room and 4 twin share rooms with ensuite which may be reserved for our more mature members. Camping on site is also an option.

Nipper families are welcome to attend as there will be a Combined fun Board training/wave cracking session on Long Beach Friday evening and Sunday Morning.

Damian Brogden will be again supplying dinner Saturday night for approximately $12/head,

The stunning Robe Long beach, kilometres of white sand with gentle rolling surf

The stunning Robe Long beach, kilometres of white sand with gentle rolling surf

which was a great feed last year.

Cost for accommodation is $26/head and half price for kids 3 to 6 years. Get in early as beds will fill fast.

To book contact Craig Lienert on 0430160055 or email cmccwlienert@gmail.com

Stay tuned for payment details and futher information. If you are interested in more information on Tarooki, please visit their website below.



2015/2016 Nipper Season opener

The start of the 2015/2016 nipper season is not far away, if you have thought about joining our program or are looking forward to coming back mark the 10th of October in your calendar.


Look forward to seeing you all there



Awards night and AGM notifications.

Saturday 18/7/15 – Club Awards Night , we have narrowed the venue down to a couple of potentials so stayed tuned.

Sunday 23/8/15 (3pm) – Club AGM Date , we always seem to struggle to get the numbers so make sure to lock in the date

Annual ASRLSA Awards and Presentation Dinner

The Annual ASRLSA Awards and Presentation Dinner is coming up, which is to be held at the Henley SLSC on Saturday 4th July.

Tickets are $58/person for a two course meal and this year’s theme is “Masquerade”, so make sure you bring a Mask!  The night will include a DJ and Photobooth.

If anyone is interested in attending this night can they please contact Steve Sims. There is a flyer on the noticeboard on the club with any additional information you may want to know.

Tickets can be purchased online via the following link which will also be posted onto the ASRLSA website and Facebook page. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/asrl-sa-presentation-dinner-2015-masquerade-ball-tickets-16893787774

We are limited to 120 people, so please book your tickets early so as not to miss out.


38 Degrees Surf VIP Sale

38 Degrees Surf VIP Sale for SLCS Members

2 DAYS ONLY – Sat 21 and Sun 22 Feb


Produce Semaphore membership card to receive discounts.

Sale items and new winter stock not included.

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Invitation for nominations for Life Membership from Dale

Nominations for Life Membership of the Semaphore Surf Life Saving club are now open. Download the form (right click this link and “Save As” to your desktop) Semaphore SLSC Nomination for Life Membership and complete the details. Nominations can be submitted to Dale Welsh by 31 March at dalewelsh0@gmail.com or given as a hard copy at the club.

Membership update for December

Anyone who has not renewed their membership for the current season has now had their record archived and their membership card suspended. As a non-financial member you are unable to patrol or compete in any carnivals. If you wish to renew your membership this can be done online through the Lifesaving Online system. You will need to create a lifesaving account if you don’t already have one, renew your membership and then you can pay online as well. Alternatively, membership can be renewed this Saturday at the club between 11am and 1pm by completing your membership form.