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Volume 1, Issue 1 October 2011 Kawana Surf Life Saving Club Blue Star Review
Volume 1, Issue 1
October 2011
Kawana Surf Life Saving Club
Blue Star
Review

OFFICE HOURS

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am to

5pm

MEMBERSHIP

Memberships are due now

EMAIL ADDRESS

Our main source of communication is through emails

PROFICIENCIES

Theory can be done online

BRONZE COURSE

Starting 25th of Sep- tember

NIPPERS

Starts 18th September

Inside this issue:

Club Captain

2

Gear for Sale

2

Junior Activities

2

Training & Education

3

Kawana Lions Club

3

Administration

4

Member Awards

4

Club Refurbishment

5

Date Claimers

5

From the President

I would like to welcome everyone to the new season.

For those who do not know who this year’s committee is I would like to introduce them to you.

Deputy President :

Paul Schloss

Admin:

Sam Shillig

Secretary:

Bob Clements

Treasurer:

Tim Gold

Club Captain :

Dean Johns

Chief Training Officer:

Dan Donahoe

Junior Activities:

Jason Lenske

Youth Development :

Melanie McKinless.

I would like to wish all of our competitors

from Nippers to our Masters a very good and successful competition season. It will go with- out saying that you will do Kawana proud.

Warren Matthews

Thank you to everyone who was willing to give the club a couple of hours out of their week- end over the last two weekends to do the bucket collection at the shopping Centre. We did very well and raised some much needed funds!

TELSTRA ASSISTANCE FUND GRANT:

I am pleased to announce we have been suc-

cessful with this grant and have received a

have been suc- cessful with this grant and have received a Neann Oxygen Kit, First Aid

Neann Oxygen Kit, First

Aid Kit and 2 spinal col-

lars to date. These

items will definitely

compliment the First Aid

Equipment we use on

patrol.

Back to Kawana Day

The Back to Kawana Day at-

tracted a crowd of 100 people

over the course of the day with

a large contingent from the

1980-85 era. The club will make

this an annual event on the first

patrol day of the season with a

focus on attracting members

and supporters from the past 32

years.

a focus on attracting members and supporters from the past 32 years. Past Presidents: Missing Ken

Past Presidents: Missing Ken Priest and Ryan Gaylard

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Gear for Sale

Blue Star Gear for Sale Club gear for sale con- tact the office for more details
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Club gear for sale con- tact the office for more details Page 2 Club Captain PATROL

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Club Captain

PATROL UNIFORMS: Surf Life Saving Australia are undergoing a review of the current Red and Yellow Patrol uniform.

The uniform will be changing for the 2012/2013 season and it’s now your turn to have your say on the current uniform i.e. what you like, don’t like etc. Below is a link to SLSQ’s survey monkey to have your say on the style of the patrol uniform http:// www.surveymonkey.com/s/ patrol_uniform

PATROL SWAPS: If you are

unable to make your patrol

organize a swap and let your

Patrol Captain know, who will

be your sub.

BLUE CARDS: SLSQ Circular

144.09.11

Managing active members who do not hold a current Blue Card/ whose Blue Card has expired.

It has come to SLSQ’s attention that current noncompliance with Blue Card requirements may leave some clubs unable to fulfill their operational and patrolling requirements. SLSQ has been in discussion with the Commission and requests the following.

That clubs follow up non Blue Card holders as detailed above as a matter of urgency.

That Patrol Captains or Vice Captains who do not hold a current Blue Card do not act in this capacity until such time as they hold a valid Blue Card or Exemption Notice.

Any members over the age of 18 who do not hold a current Blue Card or Exemption Notice from 1 January 2012 must cease patrolling until such time as they hold a current Blue Card or Exemption Notice

Junior Activities

The new Nipper season kicked off on the 18 th Sept and we were welcomed back to the beach with great conditions and weather. It seems all the kids are having a good time and enjoying them- selves on the beach.

Firstly, I would like to thank those families who have put their hands up to help out so far this sea- son and without your sup- port the Nipper group cannot function. If you are down on the beach with the groups please do not

hesitate to ask where you can help out as your age manager will often need assistance in some way.

Remember the Nipper Raffle is coming close to its final days. The first prize is a new Dolphin Foam Nipper Board with second prize a being a Pool Cleaner and a din- ner voucher as third. The tickets are only $2 or 3 for $5available at Nippers on Sunday.

Also, I thought it would be appropriate to mention

Dean Johns

Managing patrolling members- until 31st December 2011 clubs may utilise patrolling members who do not have a current Blue Card provided the clubs ensure

that;

o Where possible members

without a Blue Card are as-

signed to senior patrols

o Patrol Captains must actively manage patrols with non-Blue Card members to ensure that these members are not acting

in a way that may constitute

„regulated employmentie.

such as roving or tower patrols with members under the age of

18.

o As above, members without a

current Blue Card must not act

in the role of Patrol Captain or

Vice Captain

Mobile: 0422 122 339

Email: drjohnsy@gmail.com

Jason Lenske

the club has a Child & Youth

Risk Management Strategy in

place. All parents need to be aware and vigilant of any activities placing our kids at risk. The policy and plan is found in the office if anyone wishes to view this.

Committee meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at 6pm at the club (in the First Aid Room). All are welcome to attend and if you have any ques- tions please do not hesi- tate to ask.

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Training and Education

BRONZE MEDALLION COURSE:

The course is underway:

Tuesday 6 8 pmTheory Sunday 8 11.00 amPractical Wednesday 5-6pmSwim training (Swim training is not compulsory but a good way to improve your swim fitness)

All active members are invited to attend the swim training. Good way to get your proficiency swim completed!

MARINE LICENCE:

We will be running a marine licence in the next couple of weeks. An IRB drivers course will follow. Anyone who is keen on either should give their names (apart from those who already have for the marine licence) into the office or call Kane for further information on 0411 455

401

PROFICIENCIES

Dates will be published on the website. Pool Swim: Bring your completed pool swim form to the office Theory: This can be completed online

follow the instructions on this link www.lifesaving.com.au Select: Member Education Select: 2011/2012 Proficiency Online Follow the instructions. If you have prob- lems setting up your accountcall the help number on the website. Once completed print off your form and bring to your proficiency. You will need to complete this and a pool swim before undertaking your practical proficiency. Alternatively the proficiency paper is available from the office or website www.kawanasurfclub.com.au.

RADIO OFFICERS:

We are currently seeking RADIO OFFI- CERs for our beach patrols. To become a radio officer you will need to complete a morning of training (a Saturday Morning). Training will include the following units an Observers award and Operate com- munications systems and equipment. This will be run shortly register at the Surf Club Office. Once you have com- pleted your training you will be included

Dan Donahoe

in a Patrol Team and be rostered for pa- trols approximately once a month. Pa- trols start at 7am and conclude at 5pm, split into two shifts changing at noon.

Patrol teams are made up of a variety of skills you do not need to hold a Bronze Medallion to be a part of a beach patrol team. Other awards you can undertake include ART (Advanced Resuscitation and Defibrillator), First Aid Officer or Radio Officer.

Becoming a Lifesaver is rewarding and a great opportunity to develop friendships. Register your interest for these courses through the Surf Club Office.

ALL TRAINERS & ASSESSORS:

A meeting will be held on Thursday 6th of October commencing at 6 pm for ap- proximately 1 hour.

This is for all proficient and probationary trainers and assessors.

Contact Dan on 0438 181 107 to advise of your attendance.

Lake CurrimundiKawana Lions Club

Lake Currimundi/Kawana Lions Club was formed in 1981. They are always looking for new mem- bers to join their friendly club to help out with projects.

One of their main goals is to raise money and donate it back to the community to those they think may need a little help. Recent donations have been: Angle Flight, Kidney Support, Starlight Foundation and many more.

They also support global projects and disasters.

The Lions require volunteers for Barbeques, sell- ing Christmas Cakes at local shopping centres, Christmas Carols, Hospital bags, etc.

They hold 2 meetings a month (not compulsory) at our Surf Club. There is no restrictions; you can be as young or as old as practical, working or re- tired, male or female.

as old as practical, working or re- tired, male or female. Page 3 If you are

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If you are interested in joining the Lions Club please call Darren Peters on 5493 9419.

Lake Currimundi/Kawana Lions Club have sup- ported our Club on many occasions assisting with the recent working bee, BBQ’s and garage sale. Thank you for your assistance.

DONATIONS NEEDED

ANCHORS Please contact Craig on 0413 912 282

GYM EQUIPMENT Free weights, bars, any type of gym equipment. Please contact Paul on 0413 828 024

120 CLUB

A chance to win $1 000. 120

tickets will be sold at $25 a

ticket and will be drawn at the

club on the 8th of October.

The ticket holder is entitled to

drinks between 5 and 6pm with

nibbles being served.

Tickets available from the

clubbe quick as there are

limited tickets.

PLEASE RETURN YOUR TICKETS

AND MONEY BY THURSDAY

6TH OF OCTOBER.

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Movies by the Beach

WHEN:

30th of October

WHERE: Grassed area at the Surf Club

OUT DOOR MOVIE ON THE BIG SCREEN

MOVIE:

Ghostbusters (family version to tie in with Halloween)

FESTIVITIES START: 5PM

MOVIE STARTS:

6.30PM

BBQ AND DRINKS AVAILABLE

VIP tickets will be avail- able from Kawana Shop- pingworld Customer Ser- vice Desk from the week commencing 17th of Oc- tober. This will be for a VIP section closest to the screen. Thank you to MIRVAC Kawana Shopping world for sponsoring this event

to MIRVAC Kawana Shopping world for sponsoring this event Page 4 Administration Samantha Shillig Memberships: hold

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Administration

Samantha Shillig

Memberships:

hold a current card you would

Green Caps Policy:

Due Now! Your membership has now lapsed.

have received an email re- cently. Please complete your

Blue Cards (Working with Chil- dren Check) SLSQs Blue Card Screening Policy complies with

formwe will continue to monitor this.

State Government Legislation, Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guard- ian Act 2000, and the Commis- sion for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Regulation 2001 and requires that all clubs have a docu-

Please be aware that it is op- tional for parents of Green Caps to undertake any lifesav- ing award, however, we would strongly encourage this as it will allow you to actively par- ticipate as a Water Safety Offi- cer.

mented Child & Youth Risk Management Strategy in place

Club merchandise for sale:

which necessitates compliance

Great Xmas Presents…

with the blue card system.

Men’s Polo Shirts

$30

Ladies Polo Shirts

$35

As affiliated members of the Association, we are required to carefully select and screen people whose role requires them to have regular contact with children.

Blue Card forms are available from the office. If you do not

(Also available in white)

from the office. If you do not (Also available in white) Club Wetshirts: Have arrived! The

Club Wetshirts:

Have arrived! The price has remained the same at $25. Sizes available:

6, 8, 10, 12 If you have prepaid - your order is ready to be col- lected.

If you have prepaid - your order is ready to be col- lected. Club Carnival Shirts:
If you have prepaid - your order is ready to be col- lected. Club Carnival Shirts:

Club Carnival

Shirts:

Available in

Adult sizes: S,

M, L, XL, XXL

Smaller sizes also available.

Club Togs:

These have not arrived to

datehopefully not too far

away.

Member Awards

We were very fortunate last season to have 2 members awarded for their outstanding commitment to lifesaving.

Dan Donahoe and Bob Martin.

Bob’s award was from Surf Life Saving Queensland for being the best crew person of the year with Surfcom - Sunshine Coast. Bob performed approx 100 hours - this does not in- clude his hours as Radio Officer for Kawana.

Last season Dan spent over 150 hours on beach patrol. This does not include

unlogged hours…

a small club the commitment is enor-

mous Dan filled the gaps on more than one occasion!

As Club Captain of

Well done to you both…

filled the gaps on more than one occasion! As Club Captain of Well done to you

Branch Club Captain - Dan Donahoe

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Club Refurbishment

The Development Application for the club refurbishment has reached another im- portant milestone this month with the “Public Advertising” Stage commencing.

This is standard procedure in any applica- tion and the statutory requirement is for a sign to be placed at the front of the club for a period of 20 working days.

Insite and Tomkins Developments have been working feverishly to have the appli- cation processed by Round 2 of the Re- gional Development Australia Fund Grants that are due for submission in November.

The Kawana surf club would like to por- tray their sincerest thanks to these two

Supporters Club

tray their sincerest thanks to these two Supporters Club Proposed Club House We will provide a

Proposed Club House

We will provide a further update later in the year to keep you in- formed as to the status of the appli- cation or should you require any fur- ther information please do not hesi- tate to contact our Project Manager Mr Frazer Dean on 0432 186 188

organisations that have donated their time and resources to enable this application to be produced at no cost to the Surf Club.

Once we have received the development ap- proval the opportuni- ties that will open up to the club by way of seeking grants and sponsor- ships are endless. The refurbishment project will be deemed “shovel ready” and as you may or may not be aware that is the principal require- ment for all grants being awarded in the current climate.

Date Claimers

MELBOURNE CUP DAY

Book your table now Cost: $27.50 pp or a table of 10 for $250 What this gets you: All you can eat hot and cold buffet plus dessert Fashion Parade and of course the RACE on the big screen.

CHRISTMAS:

With Christmas just around the corner the club can cater for your Company’s Christmas party, whether you prefer casual finger food, buffet or a more formal affair with an alternate drop we can accommodate whatever your style is. Courtesy bus available and entertainment.

BISTRO

COFFEE AND CAKE specials through the day $6.50 pop in and enjoy the view whilst devouring a delight. Open from 10 am.

Sunday mornings drop in for a

the Boaties Big Brekkie; bacon, eggs, sausage, hash browns, etc. Nipper meals available. Open from 8am till 10am.

BREAKFASTS:

LUNCH TIME SPECIALS:

Meals for under $10.00 WednesdaySunday

Open from 12 to 2pm

DINNER TIME SPECIALS:

New Specials coming soon

   

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Nipper meals include a free drink or ice cream.

8th:

Painting Bee

Open from 6pm-8pm SundayThursday and 6pm8.30 Friday & Sat- urday

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27th:

People’s Surfboat

 

Close

STAFF:

 

30th

Draw for People’s

Jen Henricks has been appointed Assis- tant Club Manager, Jen has been em- ployed by the club for 5 years and has worked in all areas of the club this has given her a solid understanding of the operations of the Club.

Surfboat

30th

Movies by the Beach

NEW CHEF: Ian brings years of experi- ence and a flair and passion for great food at family prices.

Nipper Families: Your family payment includes membership to the Supporters Club. You can pick your card up from reception.

PAINTING BEE:

Saturday 8th of October 7.30 am Contact Guy on 0407 372 430

Page 5You can pick your card up from reception . PAINTING BEE: Saturday 8th of October 7.30

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Kawana Surf Life Saving Club Address: 99 Pacific Blvd Buddina QLD 4575 PO Box 152 BUDDINA

Address:

99 Pacific Blvd Buddina QLD 4575

PO Box 152 BUDDINA QLD 4575

ADVERTISING SPACE

We are offering this space to members to ad-

vertise their business. Simply supply a business

card sized advertisement and your business will

be circulated to our Surf Club members for ten

editions. Your outlay will be $220.00. Limited

space available. Contact the surf office with

any inquiries.

available. Contact the surf office with any inquiries. Kawana Waters Surf Life Saving Club Inc Phone:

Kawana Waters Surf Life Saving Club Inc

Phone: 5444 8642 E-mail:surfadmin@kawanasurfclub.com.au www.kawanasurfclub.com.au

Sponsors

On behalf of Kawana Waters Surf Life Saving Club, we would like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support.

like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support. Donations   CASH DONATIONS GRANTS  
like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support. Donations   CASH DONATIONS GRANTS  
like to thank all our sponsors for their continued support. Donations   CASH DONATIONS GRANTS  

Donations

 

CASH DONATIONS

GRANTS

 

Val Burns

 

Telstra Assistance

 

Mark Bishop

Fund 2011

Sam Tyle

 
  Mark Bishop Fund 2011 Sam Tyle   IN KIND DONATIONS Lincoln Pest Control Taylor-Squires Pty
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