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October 2010 News
Surf Club Working Bee a Success
The Tathra Surf Life Saving Club Working Bee held on the weekend was a fantastic success with many jobs being completed and the club looking great for the upcoming busy season.
The committee and members would like to thank the group headed up by club facilities officer Warren Page, which worked hard all day on Saturday to paint new ceilings and the patrol shed, tidy up the gardens, install new equipment storage racks and many other tasks.
Special thanks goes to Fran and Paula who organised a huge lunch for the workers.
In the photo are (L-R) Warren Page (Club Facilities Officer), John Phillips (Publicity/Sponsorship Officer).
Tathra Teams to Contest Bondi to Watsons Bay
The Tathra Surf Life Saving Clubs men's veterans and women's rowing crews will contest the 13km "Club to Pub" ocean race on the 23rd of October.
The race follows the coast from Sydney's Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay.
The crews have put in a big effort, training twice a week for the highly competitive event.
Club boat captain Jim Harris explained the crews comprising Scott Meaker (sweep), Melissa Meaker, Sheryl Russel, Sharon Moon and Lynda Murdoch (Womens), and Buff Britton (sweep), Al Burchell, John Murphy, Justin Gouvernet and Jim Harris (Mens), will be using the race as a preliminary event to the 20 Beaches 26KM race on the 18th of December.