Victorian Masters - call for entries (Lorne Saturday 11th Feb)

The Victorian Masters are being held at Lorne on Saturday 11th February from 8.30am and is open to all 30+ aspiring athletes (male/female) who are active members with the right number of patrol hours. If you are interested in having a run, swim, paddle a board or ski contact Kevin Rigg to enter by Sunday 4th February. Kevin's contact details (M) 0408 668 055 (E) krrigg@bigpond.com.

IRB Driver Training & Assessments

The below are the training dates for IRBD Trainee’s and post competency training for existing drivers for the rest of the 2016/17 season. To register please email the office on info@angleseaslsc.org.au by no later than 10 days prior to the scheduled date. IRB Driver Training: Sun 2nd April: 10.00am-4.30pm Sat 8th April: 12.00pm-4.30pm Sun 9th April: 10.00am-4.30pm Fri 14th April: 10.00am-4.30pm Sat 15th April: 9.00am-5.30pm Additional driver training opportunities: IRB driver training will also be available on patrol under the supervision of the Patrol/Vice Captain, however members are to remember that patrolling is the priority. Please remember that you must have your marine license with yo

IRB Crew Course

Sat 8th April: 9.00am-4.30pm Sun 9th April: 10.00am-4.30pm Sat 15th April: 9.00am-4.30pm Sun 16th April: 9.00am-2.30pm (Assessment Day) Cost: $70 per candidate (incl. manual, award processing, fuel levy) Prerequisites: Be a current financial member of Anglesea SLSC Be at least 15 years of age Hold a current Bronze Medallion Max. Course Number: 16 Make your course payment via your Members Portal then complete your Course Registration Form and the LSV Course Enrolment Form and email back to the Club Office by no later than 5 days prior to the start date. Candidates are required to attend all sessions/days. Registrations close on the 1st April 2017.

Working Bee this Sunday 29th Jan @ 9am

All members are asked to help at the lower club house this Sunday 29th January from 9am for a working bee to tidy up a number of small jobs around the Club. Many hands make light work... See you there.

Ice to the rescue

ASLSC thanks the generous donation of a fantastic new ice machine by Frostline and Simag. Frostline is Australia's leading ice machine solution provider to hotels, clubs and restaurants and Simag is an Italian based manufacture of the worlds best ice machines. Together Frostline and Simag have provided ASLSC with a new ice machine capable of pumping out 30 kilos of flawless ice cubes a day to service our first aid needs with any surplus being used to keep drinks chilled on the Deck and in the bar. For all your ice machine needs we encourage you to contact Simon Denton at Frostline and ask him about their range of Simag machines. Simon can be contacted on: Phone: (03) 9562 4400 or 1300 550 50

Beach access now easier

Access to Anglesea beach is now easier thanks to Hilton White Trustees. ASLSC members and the public are welcome to come and use the chair which is stored in the Club house. All you need to do is ring the office on 03 5263 1107 or email and sign the hire form that is kept in the Uniform Shop. About Hilton White Trustees Hilton White and his brothers, Joe and Charles, were the original directors and shareholders of Joe White Maltings. Hilton White died in 1976. The estate of Hilton White was established as a charitable bequest in accordance with his will. There are three trustees of the estate and the annual dividends received from the trust fund are distributed to charities, the majority of

Anglesea four taking on Rottnest Channel swim need your support

ASLSC members Peter Keogh, Brian Cook, Colin Brodie and Simon Howden pictured above are each swimming SOLO from Cottesloe to Rottnest Island in the 19.7 km Rottnest Channel Swim on Saturday 25th Feb 2017. The motley crew will join up to 340 swimmers attempting the race solo, 500 four-swimmer teams and 160 duos who will take turns to swim the channel. Brian and Colin are race veterans having competed ten and two solo races respectively while Peter and Simon are new to the Rottnest Channel. All four are raising funds via the swim for Australian Prostate Cancer Research (APCR). Please help this worthy cause by making a tax deductible donation via this link http://www.prostatecancerresearch.org.

Refugee and migrant children welcomed to the surf at Anglesea

ASLSC hosted 40 children (aged 6 – 18) and parents from migrant and refugee backgrounds today as part of North Melbourne Football Club's Huddle program. This was the first time at the beach for many and a number of participants had limited swimming ability and confidence swimming in waves (however loads of enthusiasm will be ever present!). A big thanks to this years team lead by Naomi Symington and our amazing group in Water Safety who coached and mentored the children in the surf. Thanks also to the ASLSC Supporters Group who catered for the day (BBQ lunch) and Jim Geary who has been the driving force behind this initiative for many years. SLSC Supporters Group and our amazing Water Safety

Patrol competition & recognition program

Anglesea SLSC is excited to announce Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery sponsorship of the 2016/17 Patrol Competition and Anglesea Surf Rescue Recognition Program. What you can win… ASR Patrol Competition: Each ASR member of the winning Patrol Competition Patrol team receive a $40 voucher to use at Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery (1200 Great Ocean Road, Bellbrae, Visit www.gorci.com.au). All Patrolling Members: The actions and behaviours of one member of each Patrol will be recognised and rewarded with an ice cream voucher from Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery. Live ASLSC’s values on Patrol to win: Be welcoming Be inclusive and supportive Open communicatio

Policy updates - Sharks, Water Safety, Fund Raising

Three new policies are now in place (see links below or Policy section here): Policy 17 - Shark Risk Assessment @ R2R Policy 20 - Surf Sports Fund Raising Policy 21 - Water Safety Policy Additionally, new Water Safety Procedures are now in place. See Water Safety Procedures.

Spinal Management Certificate course 14 January

Spinal Management Certificate Cost: $20 per candidate Dates: Saturday 14th January, 2017 Time: 1pm – 6pm Location: Training tents (upper lawn) Prerequisites: Be a current financial member of Anglesea SLSC Be at least 15 years of age Hold a current Bronze Medallion Max. Course Number: 15 Registration and payment due by Wednesday 11th January. To register.... Make your course payment via your Members Portal then complete your Course Registration Form and the LSV Course Enrolment Form and email back to the Club Office

Fairhaven Carnival (Sunday 8th Jan) has been moved

Message from LSV... Athletes and Officials please note the Carnival Committee has decided that the Senior State Carnival scheduled for Sunday 8 January at Fairhaven has been relocated to Cosy Corner. Surf Boats will not compete at Cosy Corner and have been postponed to Sunday 15 January at Fairhaven. Contact your Team Manager for further information.

Annual Roadknight Race rescheduled to 4pm Sat 7th Jan

Event course - from boat ramp below club house out to the tip of Point Roadknight (around a buoy) and back (2.5km). You choose your craft as long as it is human powered...swimming, running (return trip along the beach to the Point), ski, malibu, bathtub, IRB (hand paddling) etc... All participants will be handicapped based on your skill level, fitness and type of craft. Gather at boat ramp at 3.30pm to be handicapped. 4pm start.

Oh what a Family Fun Night!!!

Thanks to the ASLSC Supporters Group for hosting tonight's Family Fun Night attended by ~600 members, families and friends of the Club at Anglesea Football Club. Tonight's event built on the success of last year with more in attendance to enjoy the jumping castle, sumo wrestling, tug of war, volley ball, wood fired pizza, Timboon Ice Cream and much more. A selection of photos follow...

Annual Roadknight Race 3pm Monday 2nd Jan

Event course - from boat ramp below club house out to the tip of Point Roadknight (around a buoy) and back (2.5km). You choose your craft as long as it is human powered...swimming, running (return trip along the beach to the Point), ski, malibu, bathtub, IRB (hand paddling) etc... All participants will be handicapped based on your skill level, fitness and type of craft. Gather at boat ramp at 2.30pm to be handicapped. 3pm start.

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